Games & Toys

Informative article posted by Best Buy regarding educational toys.

Fun and easy things to do at home with your kids.

Draw your own circuits!

Snap Circuit kits, etc., for science learning.

Any time you build something or take something apart, you are actually doing things that engineers do. You can build with many different materials, from blocks to straws and marshmallows. This process involves thinking about what you want to build first and then designing a structure that achieves your goals. After you spend some time designing different things, you might even figure out how to build an elevator that moves up and down.

This fitness site is loaded with outside games and activities to get kids moving -- both brains and feet!  (Thanks, Christina!)

Subduction Construction is an educational game in which players examine Franciscan Complex rocks of the Golden Gate Headlands to place them in the context of the Cretaceous Period subduction zone.

Micro-robotic creature fun!

Search over 3,500 of the very best science and math activities on the web.

In these interactives, use your hands, feet, eyes, ears, brain, imagination and cool tools to experiment, design, test and discover amazing things about the world around you. It's science and it's fun!

Uncle Al's Starwheels are inexpensive star maps, adjustable for any time of night in any month of the year. 

Gizmos and gadgets kits.

Learn fun lessons in math, science, art, architecture, and game design

Learn to program with this small robot.

Sunprints encourage an interest in the photographic process using only sun, water, and a bit of imagination. Place a fern, flower, or other object on the special paper and set it in the sun briefly. Then rinse the paper in water and watch as a beautiful long-lasting image appears!

Robotics workshops, science kits, mechanical engineering projects.

A monthly delivery program with activities to discovery and learn about science, engineering, and technology through seriously fun hands-on activities.

Tinkering is a form of hands-on STEM learning.

The best part about hands-on STEM learning is that it doesn’t have to just take place in the classroom. There are also a lot of different experiments and activities you can do at home that are fun and help you learn about things like science and engineering. You can also try tinkering with things around the house to see how they work (with your parents’ permission, of course).

Science kits for kids.

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