Kids can build a series of motorized, robotic animals with this kit that introduces them to mechanical engineering. They will follow the illustrated storybook about the Omega family of engineers to learn basic concepts.
With this gooey kit, kids can make their own gummy candy while learning the scientific properties of natural polymers. They can create rainbow-colored gummies by using the included mold, the gelatin mixture, and citric acid.
In each 15-minute, brain-training game (sold separately), players compete to collect the most cards and finish one of three different objectives: identify a burglar, match animal portraits, or pair sea creatures.
Kids take on the role of a lead chemist with this lab play set. Their research mission is to mix, analyze, and identify batches of unidentified “alien” slime using the lab station and tools. Includes… read more
Kids learn physics concepts as they build their own gumball machine and watch the gumball perform stunts and tricks through trial-and-error experiments. Each segment of the track teaches a different lesson in mechanical physics.
This four-legged bot uses a system of suction cups and pumps to crawl along smooth, vertical surfaces. Kids can also build four other models with the same components and learn about suction and mechanical devices.
Build a working hedgehog robot with this 172-piece kit, then control it by clapping. Watch it tumble, roll, spin, bristle its spines, and scurry. Learn about gears, motors, sound sensors, LEDs, and more.