STEM 10

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Science, tech­nol­ogy, en­gi­neer­ing, and math (STEM) con­cepts are vi­tal to kids’ learn­ing de­vel­op­ment, and hun­dreds of toys that re­in­force these im­por­tant sub­jects can now be found on store shelves. From the ba­sics of cod­ing to robotics and en­gi­neer­ing, the fol­low­ing STEM toys give kids the tools they need for suc­cess in the modern world.

CRAY­OLA COLOR CHEM­ISTRY LAB SET, 7+ With this chem­istry set, kids can ex­plore color through 50 Steam­in­fused ex­per­i­ments, such as an erupt­ing vol­cano, glow worms, and more. Each ex­per­i­ment was cre­ated with the help of real Cray­ola sci­en­tists. CRAY­OLA, cray­ola.com

BEAKER CREA­TURES LIQ­UID RE­AC­TOR SU­PER LAB, 5+ Drop the Re­ac­tor Pod in the cham­ber, pump in wa­ter, and watch the bub­bling re­ac­tion that re­veals a Beaker Crea­tures col­lectible fig­ure. The lab dou­bles as a work­ing science set, com­plete with in­struc­tions for hands-on ex­per­i­ments. LEARN­ING RE­SOURCES, learn­ingre­sources.com

3DOODLER START MAKE YOUR OWN HEXBUG PEN SET, 6+ Kids can make their own HEXBUG crea­tures with this 3-D print­ing pen. Kids can doo­dle the bug’s body and legs us­ing the Doodle­molds or their own de­signs, then let it crawl around with the HEXBUG mo­tor. 3DOODLER, 3doodler.com

DE­SIGN & DRILL MY FIRST WORKBENCH, 3+ Lit­tle builders will stay busy with a workbench and tool set de­signed just for them. Safely ham­mer nails and drill bolts di­rectly into the bench to cre­ate col­or­ful pat­terns for hours of un­plugged play. ED­U­CA­TIONAL IN­SIGHTS, ed­u­ca­tion­alin­sights.com

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