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.
This kit lets kids become superheroes by building, customizing, and coding their own high-tech gear, and crafting a unique identity to match, all while being “trained” by Marvel heroes themselves.
Perfect for making paper circuits with kids, and more.
In this fantasy series opener, dive into Lundinor, a secret underground city below London where ordinary objects are capable of extraordinary magic.
Lets kids become superheroes by building, customizing, and coding their own high-tech gear, and crafting a unique identity to match. (Releases August 24th, 2018)
Build a wand. Learn to code. Make magic. (Releases October 1st, 2018)
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. (Releases September 18th, 2018)
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.