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Stock your classroom, waiting room or family room with a wide variety of board games that kids can play with each other or adults. Choose educational toys that challenge young kids' minds. Help kids develop confidence and skills with building sets.
Learn Through Playing Pick up science-based games and toys to fire young minds and imaginations in your elementary school science units. Letting kids build their own simple machines teaches the basics of physics, and wooden infant toys help the very youngest develop hand-eye coordination while stimulating their curiosity about the world around them. Hand a karaoke microphone and machine to a child to help her learn confidence in front of her watching peers while having fun.
Build Teamwork and Community Choose fun mystery-solving games to force kids to think logically, while beginners' board games help the youngest to understand turn-taking and rule-following. Traditional games such as backgammon, chess, checkers and Chinese checkers are available in beautiful heirloom sets that last for years while teaching logic, teamwork and sportsmanship. Work together to fly toy helicopters and planes guided by infrared remote control. Stock up on more board and card games to provide constant variety and to incorporate teens and adults into the fun and learning.
Stimulate Imagination Put classic construction sets into the hands of young builders to encourage them to create anything from log cabins and sailboats to helicopters and trucks. Magnetic building sets are safe for preschoolers and give them a chance to create wildly and easily with no template, letting their young imaginations run free. Building putty lets kids have tactile fun that's therapeutic and creative at the same time.
Contains four petri dishes, one magnifier, four cotton swabs, 2oz/56g gelatin, 1oz/28g sugar, 0.25oz/7g baking yeast, 0.2oz/5ml red coloring, 0.2oz/5ml green coloring, one rubber balloon, one small plastic bag, and an activity guide
Recommended for children ages 8 and above
WARNING: CHOKING HAZARD - Children under 8 years can choke or suffocate on non-inflated or broken balloons