Get the kids outside and learning this summer with these educational games and toys!
Babies can separate the plush spaceship into four segments, which they can stack and pull apart. The stacking toy features a Toy Story alien plush and a star teether. The plush has bright, contrast patterns… read more
This mysterious magnetic puzzle is powered by 36 rare earth magnets and transforms into more than 70 shapes. It may look like an ordinary cube on the outside, but each Shashibo has a kaleidoscope effect… read more
In this card game, the goal is to crank up the volume and stick other players with cards. Players play their number cards to the center pile, adding up the total along the way. If… read more
This WiFi-enabled coding/drawing robot puts kids in control. The easy-to-use drag and drop programming can be used on a Mac, PC, or tablet. As kids tell Artie what to draw next, they learn left-brain skills… read more
Players take turns flipping cards and guessing which of the four fruits will appear, and when they guess right, it’s a fruit frenzy. Everyone frantically flips cards, racing to cover the matching fruit. Be the… read more
This science activity kit comes with everything kids need to complete organic chemical experiments and art activities, all kids need to add is sugar. Kids can make homemade candy, sugar-inspired soap, and more.
Kids will take on the role of an astronaut as they build and repair their mission control panel. With 20 different space-themed missions, kids create circuits that really work. As they light up the circuits,,… read more
These all-in-one binoculars are designed with focus-free vision and head-set free audio amplification, encouraging kids to use both sight and sound to explore their world. Promotes STEM-based scientific observation of nature, animals, and more.
Kids can make their own Baby Shark family out of Play-Doh with 21 tools and 12 cans of Play-Doh compound. Use the Play-Doh cutters to make shark bodies and mouths in different sizes, then stamp… read more