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Nintendo and the Institute of Play teamed up to bring Nintendo Labo kits into elementary classrooms nationwide, combining the play patterns of Nintendo Labo with the basic principles of science, technology, engineering, art, and mathematics (STEAM). Nintendo will provide Nintendo… read more
Look! It’s moving. It’s alive. It’s alive, it’s alive, IT’S ALIVE! Designed for kids ages 9 and up, Thames & Kosmos’ Sensors Alive is an app-based STEM experiment kit that utilizes real-world sensor data to… read more
Get ready for a world of colorful, scientific wonder. The Crayola Chemistry Super Lab Set includes up to 50 STEAM-based experiments that kids can do at home to learn all about the science of color.… read more
Learning to code is as simple as making a peanut butter and jelly sandwich with this experiment kit from Thames & Kosmos. With the Kids First Coding & Robotics STEM experiment kit, kids can build, code,… read more
Da da da da da da da da BATMAN! With the motorized LEGO DC Super Heroes App-Controlled Batmobile, builders ages 8 and up can stop crime dead in its tracks with a vehicle they can… read more
STEM learning tools come in all shapes and sizes—even packed into toys for our littlest learners. Educational Insights’ Design and Drill line is the perfect introduction to different STEM concepts and motor skills. The latest… read more
With a swish and a flick, kids can now code their own spells straight from the Wizarding World. Kano launches the first-ever Harry Potter STEM product, in collaboration with Warner Bros. Consumer Products, with the… read more