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Gift Some Math & Science Fun This Holiday Season w/ Learning Resources

My daughter loves all things science and math.  So at the top of her holiday list this year is a bunch of STEM toys.  Luckily I found this great company called Learning Resources that has tons of STEM and educational toys.  You can find a large selection of educational and interactive toys for a variety of age groups and interests.  Two of our favorites this holiday season are the Primary Science Shining Stars Projector and the Code & Go Robot Mouse Activity Set.

Do you have any young astronomers?  The primary science shining stars projector is so neat.  It’s like having your very own planetarium right in your own house.  We recently went to a planetarium and my daughter loved it.  So I wanted to be able to recreate that for her at home.  This little projector is so much fun.  Comes with a variety of slides you can insert to get different star images (24 images total).  It’s super bright and really lights up the room, so magical.  They can learn all about the solar system and have fun in the process.  Suitable for ages 3 and up.

The Code & Go Robot Mouse Activity Set is a super cool toy.  If you have a child that is into STEM or coding this is a great option.  Coding and programming is a must have skill these days.  I have read various research articles about the benefits of teaching children coding and programing skills.  With the Code & Go Robot Mouse Activity Set they don’t even realize they are learning.  Learning becomes a fun game.  Code & Go Robot Mouse Activity Set allows you to program the robot mouse to find the cheese.  Various cards and programing tasks create an interactive maze for the mouse to run through.  My daughter had a blast learning how to program the mouse and seeing it find the cheese.  Suitable for ages 5 and up.

You can find both of these toys and more on the Learning Resources Website.

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