What are the different types of science kits for children?

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Children are instinctively curious about how the world works, so why not give them a present that encourages them to learn more about it? Kids include the wonder of the ordinary world into their play with a high-quality science kit or toy. It is incredible how much they learn this way.

There are science project kits for kids of all ages, right from toddlers to teens. These toys enable children to check different sciences, such as chemistry, geology, physics, astronomy, biology, etc. Best of all, these science kits offer everything that children need to start playing and learning without additional supplies.

Periodic Table Building Blocks

The A, B, and Cs are found on most wooden blocks, but what about Au, Be, and Cu? Elements are the building pieces of the cosmos, and with this fun set from Uncle Goose, they are also the foundation bricks of your toy box. These periodic table elements get painted in non-toxic, child-safe inks on 20 solid wood construction blocks.

Even though they are building blocks, they are not only for kids. Chemistry buffs enjoy these brightly coloured blocks just as much as children. It is the perfect science kit.

STEM Jr. Wonder Lab

Every child is a scientist within. The Little Tikes STEM Jr. Wonder Lab, the only STEM lab built for preschoolers, pique their innate curiosity. They discover math, engineering, and science playfully as they try out the 20 different hands-on experiments included in this package, along with engaging noises and words. The lab tray is removable for quick clean-up, and twenty lab accessories are provided. It is a fantastic way to include STEM into your child's playroom.

Dinosaur Building Blocks

Uncle Goose's set of colourful, heirloom-quality blocks excites dinosaur-loving kids. There are eight dinosaur species in this collection of nine blocks, plus the pterodactyl. The printed graphics on the other four faces include species drawing, its size, the time in which it lived, and its geographic location. These blocks are treated with non-toxic inks, which parents appreciate.

Check out Uncle Goose's sets on planets, birds, constellations, flowers, fossils, and bugs for more educational games.

GeoSafari Talking Microscope

With talking about microscope from GeoSafari, kids explore the tiny world here along with child conservationist Bindi Irwin. Irwin teaches kids everything about the beautiful things they observe through their 5X magnification scope by inserting one of the 20 prepared slides and selecting Fact Mode or Quiz Mode.

Preschoolers use it without needing to close one eye, thanks to two comfortable eyepieces. This makes it ideal for the tiniest scientists. It is also the perfect toy to gift your loved one.


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