Category: STEM Building Toys
STEM Building Toys
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Educational Insights Design & Drill My First Workbench (Brown) Toy with Electric Drill, Preschool STEM & Take Apart Building Toy, Boys and Girls Ages 3 4 5+$37.12Add to cart
Little builders can get busy with their very own My First Workbench! Featuring a kid-friendly hammer, electric bolt driver, 60 colorful bolts, and 60 nails, My First Workbench offers hours of unplugged entertainment. Kids can hammer and drill directly into the bench to create colorful designs. They’ll also be building fine motor skills, practicing patterning (an early math skill), and developing creativity. When it’s time to call it a day, everything fits neatly inside the storage drawer. By playing with Educational Insights Design & Drill toys, preschool and toddler boys and girls aged 3+ will learn counting, matching, sorting, and color recognition with a favorite fun take apart toy and assembly toy with over 100 pieces for hours of fun. They make great toys for toddlers to learn through building and construction which makes it an ideal educational Montessori toy. By matching, sorting, learning colors, preschools learn how to build their own toys using their own creativity and design skills! This educational toy construction building play set is a great way for kids to learn early math and science concepts, an important part of stem educational learning.
Gears! Gears! Gears! Super Set$44.27Add to cart
Get “little engineers” building! Hands-on construction sets with spinning gears build early STEM skills such as problem solving, critical thinking, and perseverance. Giant tub of colorful, spinning gears will set young imaginations in motion. Set encourages kids to imagine and build creatures, towers and more. Open-ended components mean there’s no wrong way to build. All components work with other Gears!Gears!Gears! sets. Includes: 150 pieces (gears, connectors and interlocking bases) , Storage tub, Activity guide. Grades: PreK+. Learning Style: Tactile, Visual. Skill Development: Fine Motor, Sensory Integration, Basic Concepts