Lets kids create and share their very own animated short films.
Duo-packs of wooden slingshots for kids that are hand-carved and hand-painted to look like animals.
A food-grade silicone mat that suctions to the table and has a three-compartment dish built in to capture messes and eliminate tipped dishes.
A magnetically levitated, solar powered electric motor that can both spark an interest in science and look cool on your desk.
A durable bicycle trailer that provides a safe, comfortable ride for up to two children and easily transforms to a stroller once you reach your destination.
A kid’s illustrated guide to more than 150 of the world’s most mesmerizing and mysterious wonders — both natural and manmade — in 47 countries and on every continent on earth.
You wouldn’t think a psychedelic synthpop album about science for kids would be worth your time, but you’re wrong.
A retro-inspired adventure platformer that’s a joy to play and offers just enough nostalgia for those of us who’ve been gaming for decades.
A clever demonstration of how probability works, in desk toy form.
As far as shooter games go, Splatoon 2 is as kid-friendly as they come.
This completely self-contained and simple-to-use demonstration set allows for three-dimensional viewing of the magnetic lines of force.
A beautiful bedtime book with lush illustrations and playful lettering, along with an inspiring message. Releases October 16th, 2018.
A great way to open up the wonders of the universe to an aspiring young astronomer.
Stop wasting plastic baggies.
An illustrated book that aims to remind children about words relating to the natural world before they disappear forever.
The two latest books in Brad Meltzer’s Ordinary People Change the World children’s book series.
A cute chapter book series about the adventures of two young monster friends who solve mysteries together.
An amazing pop-up book that transforms into six fully functional contraptions that you and/or your kids will love putting together and playing with.