We received samples.
I love stretching the minds of my kids and by doing that I get them lots of different activities, games, and experiences in science and math. Kids with a vast imagination need toys that compliment their ambitions. This next year don’t hold them back, encourage their aspirations with STEM toys and other motivational toys. These toys allow kids to explore the life of their dream jobs and have fun at the same time they learn about their favorite topics.
For future Astronauts: Talking Planetary Mat ($19.97)
The Talking Planetary Mat allows you to see how much you weigh on each planet and doubles as a fun way to interactively discover the changing forces of gravity. In addition, the mat, which features all eight planets and the moon, provides fun facts and quiz questions to help kids understand gravity, weight, mass and basic astronomy.
For future Scientists: Stepping into Science ($35.95)
The Assessment Service’s Stepping into Science Kit provides 25 fun experiments in five different areas: nature, physics, chemistry, air and water. Explore everything from static electricity, to evaporation, to observing capillary action. This science kit also comes with a 48-page guidebook to help guide scientists through their experiments.
For future Archeologists: Anatomics Dinosaur ($13.95)
Learn about the anatomy of a 17-inch tall dinosaur. With 50 anatomy pieces complied of skeletal structures, organs and the skin, future archeologists will be able to assemble and study the insides of a dinosaur. This kit features interlocking pieces and even comes with a step by stop manual.
For future Environmentalists: Wind Power ($48.95)
This wind power kit allows you to conduct more than 20 different experiments using the wind turbine. This includes experiments with rotor blades, different blade angles and profiles, different wind speeds and different gear ratios. The future environmentalists will also learn the physics of force and motion in terms of wind power technology.
We received the Wind Power kit and I can’t wait to share with you how the kids enjoyed putting it together.