Rigamajig... Designed to spark imagination, creativity, innovation, collaboration, and problem-solving skills.
dedicated to meaningful play
Why We Love Rigamajig
Rigamajig was first designed and developed in 2011 by Cas Holman for Friends of the High Line in collaboration with early learning educators, woodworkers, and children.
It was launched in New York City’s High Line Park as the "High Line Children’s Workyard Kit," reflecting the park’s industrial history, simple, honest materiality, and the organization’s dedication to creating meaningful play opportunities for children and families.
Since its debut, Rigamajig products are now found in hundreds of schools, playgrounds, children’s and science museums, community organizations, libraries, maker spaces, and homes worldwide.
Meet Cas Holman, Creator of Rigamajig...
What People Say About Rigamajig...
Rigamajig allows our students to dream big. They believe that they can solve any problem they encounter!Tech Integration Specialist
When teachers use Rigamajig to enrich their STEM curriculum, kids are more thoughtful problem solvers and can see concepts such as forces and motion play out in their creations.Special Education Teacher
Dena R. Milliron
Rigamajig inspires a child's natural curiosity and provides them with an opportunity to exercise their creativity. It’s fun for all!Curator of Education, i.d.e.a Museum
Through hands-on activities with Rigamajig, our students are exposed to STEM in a positive way. They express far more interest in learning about STEM subjects and careers than ever before.Teacher
Students interacting with Rigamajig immediately become engineers, sometimes without even knowing it. Once we explain the type of activity they participated in and the careers that relate to it, they’re excited to learn more.Mississippi Children's Museum