Twelve infectious and hilarious songs based on stories written by kids, as heard on the Story Pirates podcast.
Little paper robots with personality that are easy to assemble — no glue or tape necessary.
Drive, program, and customize out of the box. Make, build, and expand with third-party hardware.
Germany’s best-selling pencil for learning to write (but also great for adults who like a comfy writing grip).
Assemble teams of “science ninjas” to build new molecules out of elements to earn points and win the card game before opponents can break down your bases with acid assaults.
This little tool is miracle worker when it comes to separating LEGO bricks of all shapes and sizes.
A surprisingly high quality stargazing tool for its price point, with proceeds going to an excellent cause.
Build and customize a planetary rover and undertake hours of missions inspired by NASA astronauts.
This series of build-it-yourself marble machines helps intoduce children to engineering principles and physics concepts.
One of the books recommended for biology-fascinated kids, updated once again to reflect the latest medical information. (Releases March 12th, 2019)
The third book in a fun series that presents modern science and astronomy in a way that’s easy for kids of all ages to understand.
Illustrated letters to children about why we read, by 121 of the most inspiring humans in our world. (Releases December 31st, 2018)
A revolutionary new game where players (ages 8 to adult) build mechanical computers powered by marbles to solve logic puzzles.
The latest edition of the classic book which introduces kids to the inner workings of everyday machines in an entertaining and informative way.
A fantastic way to introduce kids to tinkering and maker culture.
Durable storage bags that help you easily organize all those LEGO pieces (or other toys) and make cleanup a breeze.
Write and draw in 7 brilliant colors — a rainbow in every pencil.
Cutesy little animals that fit around the ends of device cables to protect them from bending and/or fraying.