As a mom I love toys that also education. The Makey Makey – An Invention Kit for Everyone is a great toy that offers lots of experimental fun while children learn the rules of electricity and conductivity, safely.
S.T.E.A.M toys or Science, Techonology, Engineering, Art and Math themed toys are on the rise for popularity in the 2017 year. I thought the Green Science Water Filter Science Kit was a great example of learning and science based play. It was fun, easy to follow and taught the basic principles of water filtration and […]
I have played with several different types of science kits and some have been…less than thrilling. However, I played with the Be Amazing! Toys Frozen Science Kit this week and I only did one of the many experiments. It blew my mind!
When I was a kid I was always picking up interesting looking rocks and trying to find something special in them. I remember my grandfather brought me a Geode one time and I was really excited to see the crystals inside. Now National Geographic has the National Geographic Break Open 10 Geodes and Explore Crystals […]
I love Sour Candy and I love toys that let me create and work with my hands. So I was excited to play with and create using the Scientific Explorer Sour Candy Factory Kit. However, I never got to make my sour candy and was rather disappointed with my experience.
Robotics and science based toys are going to be a huge hit in the 2017 year. Green Sciences Salt Water Powered Robot Kit is a really cool way to get both with the additional bonus of hands-on, building play.
I love a good hands-on toy that involves mystery and science. The Discovery Kids Dinosaur Excavation Kit – Triceratops blends a science that is less often explored by little ones, Paleontology. This set is great because it teaches kids about the Triceratops and more about the science that is behind discovering dinosaurs and excavating fossils. […]
I was obsessed with Fossils when I was child, growing up in Michigan our state stone is a fossil so I enjoyed searching and looking for them on my many adventures. I compared this National Geographic Mega Fossil Mine with a Dr. Cool version of the Fossil kit. This one was my favorite!
When I was a kid, I was convince if I searched my back yard hard enough, I would find Gold or some other precious stones. Although I never did, I had the chance this week to do a legitimate gemstone dig with the National Geographic Mega Gemstone Mine.
I recently had my first experience with Kinetic Sand so when I saw Kinetic Rock I thought, “hey! Let’s try it!” I ordered and anxiously waited for my Kinetic Rock 3 pack with the Grey, Lava and Gold colors but I was disappointed by what I received.