November 11, 2021
My little scientist is going to LOVE this projector. The reviews on it are great and the images look so good! I can’t wait to try it out!
What kid doesn’t like destroying things? This dig kit allows for organized destruction, while also teaching about fossils.
I have been checking out the OSMO system for a long time. I like that they have so many different kits perfect for different age groups and interests.
One of my little guys is very much into space and science in general. The space exploration shuttle toy would be right up his alley!
That same little guy has requested a new telescope for Christmas, but he is actually going to get it for his birthday instead! I know that he is going to love this so much!
I feel like this could either be super creepy or super cool… either way it would make a great gift for your little science lover!
I feel like binoculars are a standard kid scientist or adventurer gift. I just need to keep an eye out and make sure the kiddos aren’t using them to be nosey.
I just think this will be fun! It’s the closest you can get to a real dissection without all of the guts and disgusting smells!
My little guy is super excited about this globe! It actually has a screen that shares videos of different locations across the globe. I love that it will teach them while they play.
When my kids asked me what kinetic sand was, I told them that it was the baby of sand and play doh. Of course they looked at me like I was crazy, but for a mom who cannot stand play doh this has to be better!
Encourage your child’s imagination with this cute little box of supplies to create whatever they can imagine! I am looking forward to seeing what they pull together from the resources in this box!