She will be amazed at how cool science can be with this fun science kit. Your little chemist will learn the differences between acids and bases as she conducts 11 different mind blowing science activities. With help of a parent, she will mix chemicals to create everything from a fizzing volcano to jiggly crystals.
Your budding little engineer will enjoy assembling their own Design & Drill Bolt Buddies Fire Truck. It has a real working kid-friendly power drill! Kiddos will learn the basics of simple construction and engineering while building fine motor skills with tools designed for their little hands. After building it, race to the rescue with action-packed rescue missions.
Kids can engage in learning that’s fun with the Butterfly Garden Home School Edition. This STEM kit lets you watch caterpillars change into butterflies! Over the course of 3 weeks, parents and kids can actually see their caterpillars transform into butterflies. It’s an engaging and fun way to learn through play.
Helping to build fine motor skills, Mathlink Cubes are an awesome way to introduce preschoolers to early math skills. This set comes with 100 cubes of all different colors. Unlike Legos, each of the cubes is the same size and measures 0.75 inches. You can use them use them to illustrate counting, addition, subtraction, and more. The coolest part? You can actually use them to build things just like Legos.
Love playing with snow? You don’t need to wait for winter snow to play with snow with Insta-Snow Powder. How does it work? Simply add water and watch the magic take place right before your very eyes. The coolest part? It looks just like real snow and makes 2 gallons.
Inspired by Robert Irwin, the GeoSafari Jr. Talking Wildlife Camera helps kids learn about nature around them through trivia, photos, and facts. It features the voice of wildlife superstar Robert Irwin. Irwin guides kids through the wildlife of 6 different regions with over 100 wildlife facts and quizzes included for inquisitive minds.
The new HEXBUG Flash nano Playset features a built-in, colored LED light that illuminates the path underneath it as it races down the track. Kids can arrange the colorized track in different ways to build pathways for the bugs to explore. With so many possibilities, it’s endless fun!
Previously a successful TV plug-and-play product, EyeClops from Jakks Pacific is launching a new version this year. This time it’s a self-standing microscope and it magnifies objects up to 800 times. It’s perfect for encouraging exploration and observation for young scientists ready to explore nature and the world around them.
A new form of toys-to-life games, Shifu Tacto transforms any tablet into a gaming platform. It’s a multiplayer, AR gamepad that cradles an iOS or Android tablet and uses the tablet to generate content. Positioning a physical figurine on the screen controls and interacts with the game. With Snakes & Ladders, players move the pieces along a moving digital version of the game board. Other classics include Checkers and Ludo with a twist. Add-on kits with other AR experiences are also available, with more planned for release.
This abacus is a classic counting toy for kids. It makes learning math and counting fun. With the colorful pieces, kids will better engage with the educational toy. In fact, there are 100 colored beads, with 5 different colors. This educational toy is the perfect means of developing early math skills in preschoolers.
Your little astronaut can go to space with this book from National Geographic. With over 100 beautiful photographs, she will travel to the Earth, Sun, and Moon and through all the 13 planets in the solar system. The easy to read large sized text is perfect for beginning readers. It’s the next best thing to actually going into space.
Zoom in on fun with the Geosafari Jr. Kidnoculars. These kid binoculars allow preschoolers to magnify up to 2x closer to viewed objects. They are perfect for examining plants and animals. In addition, they can allows kids to get a closer look at the action at a football or baseball game or any sporting event for that matter. The great thing is that they are simple to use and there is no need to fiddle around with focusing the lenses with this kid-friendly design.
A division of Thames and Kosmos, Kids First makes building kits for preschoolers with fun illustrative story lines. There are several kits to choose from. In this 70 piece kit, girls will build 10 different vehicles from a forklift to a motorcycle to help people in the town. The easy to click together parts are perfect for 4 year old girls.
Transform your iPad into an early learning tool with the Osmo Little Genius Starter Kit. Designed for ages 3-5, the Little Genius Starter Kit enables kids to learn pre-reading, storytelling, problem-solving, letter formation, and fine motor development. Four learning game apps make hands-on learning fun.
Welcome the the Science Lab. Run interesting experiments with this outstanding lab set from Learning Resources. It’s a great set for promoting STEM concepts. Preschoolers can engage with science in a fun and intriguing way.
Your little engineer will love taking apart this airplane and putting it together as she builds important fine motor skills, creativity, and an interest in engineering. Unlike most toys that come with pretend tools, this one actually comes with a working toy drill. She can use the battery operated power drill to put together the 21 airplane parts. When she is done, she will love flying it around.
Now even little ones can learn to build circuits. While she might need a little help, the beginner kit from Snap Circuits is an excellent introduction to electronics. It features easy to snap to together circuit components that work a lot like Legos. She put together components to make a light turn on or fan spin. You can do the first couple of projects to help her understand the basics. Even if she can’t read, if she can follow diagrams, she will be able to complete many of the projects with your help.
Now she can get an up close and personal look at the entire process of metamorphosis with this Butterfly garden. The collapsible garden is made of transparent mesh so she can watch the miracle of nature unfold. You can either buy the kit with the caterpillar larvae or pay to have caterpillars shipped later to your house. Little biologists will love adopting the caterpillars and watching them transform into beautiful butterflies.
With this classic tin kaleidoscope kids can have their eye on fun! It’s both entertaining and educational. When you look into the kaleidoscope, preschool girls will see a colorful light show that will dazzle the eyes. Because this kaleidoscope is made from tin, it captures the original essence of kaleidscopes in comparison to cardboard kaleidoscopes. It’s a real visual treat that must be seen to be believed!
The Build and Bloom Flower Gardening set is incredibly beautiful. Girls will be introduced to gear mechanics and STEM concepts. It truly is an amazing set that will bloom your daughter’s imagination. With gears, flowers, butterflies, and bees, it really inspires kids to build incredible things. With so many building possibilities and wonderful pieces, what fantastic creation will your child create?
For little ones, seeing the moon at night can make them so excited. Now Uncle Milton is bringing that joy to your child’s room with this nightlight. The moon shaped light is designed to showcase the different phases of the moon. The coolest part? If you upgrade to the Super Moon, it automatically syncs up with the phases of the real moon.
Code-A-Pillar Twist represents the next-generation of the popular Code-A-Pillar coding toy for preschoolers with a fun twist. Twist the dials to create a sequence for Code-A-Pillar to follow. Make it go forward, left or right, and even code lights and sounds. Changing the combinations set Code-A-Pillar down different paths. With over 1,000 possible combinations, kids are encouraged to explore and discover the fundamentals of coding in a fun way while also practicing critical-thinking, problem-solving, planning, and sequencing.
Kinderbot is an interactive programmable robot teaching preschoolers and kindergarteners coding and engineering concepts. Additionally, it teaches kids letters, counting, shape and more. By ‘programming’ his movements, kids will develop critical-thinking and problem-solving skills. Choose from three ways to play: free coding, learning challenges, and a secret booklet — which unlocks additional learning.
Coding Critters are interactive pets that teach kids the basics of coding. With playsets, storybook coding adventures, and 2 interactive modes, kids also learn critical thinking, problem-solving, and STEM skills. The included 20-page storybook features several coding challenges to dive into. Each set comes with 2 figures, a structure, slide, and accessories to complete the coding challenges. Elegantly combining storytelling and role-playing themes with cute characters is a unique and fun take on early coding preparedness.
These blocks contain the periodic table on them. At 4 years old, she probably is not going to understand any of these symbols on these blocks, but she will love stacking them. Still, it is a great way of introducing her to Chemistry at an early age.
Are you ready to have fun with science? The Kids First Science Laboratory Experiment Kit provides kids with a hands-on introduction to science. This 25-piece set features 10 experiments where kids get to explore the world of science and nature. We love that it allows younger kids to learn the scientific methods of experimentation and observation through play.
Explore socio-emotional and age-appropriate coding skills with the Mix & Match-a-Saurus. It’s all about learning and discovery through play. Kids can interchange 9 different ‘coding’ tiles that determine the dinosaur’s songs, mood, and interactions. With so many different possibilities, what will you make your dino do?
Coding Critters Bopper introduces preschoolers to early STEM skills, sequential logic, and critical thinking. Kids can follow color coding storybook activities to code Bopper the bunny to locate carrots, pull them around in the garden cart, and more. You can even feed and pet your lil’ coding buddy. Can you help Bopper, Hip, and Hop through these storybook coding adventures?
Part of the best-selling Junior Inventor line, Optical Science Lab lets kids explore optical science and light. The set includes a spinning, sliding, reconfigurable station including a crane, nuts, bolts, a wrench, and a bell with everything kids need to conduct 8 different scientific experiments. Experiments include creating a periscope, cone illusion, 3D viewer, rotating kaleidoscope, infinity mirror, and more. It’s a fantastic STEM kit for encouraging scientific experimentation and exploration.
Explore the principles of magnetism with the Junior Inventor Magnetic Science Lab. Use the included tools to assemble and conduct 7 magnetic experiments, then reconfigure the parts and pieces to conduct your own. Experiments include creating a gravity magnet, a spinning planet, magnetic fishing, a swirling magnet, and more.