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.
This little tool is miracle worker when it comes to separating LEGO bricks of all shapes and sizes.
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.
A revolutionary new game where players (ages 8 to adult) build mechanical computers powered by marbles to solve logic puzzles.
Plush toys with a squeaker only your dog can hear.
Depicting characters from all eras of Disney animation history, this puzzle is comprised of 1,000 translucent plastic pieces that give it a “stained glass” effect.
Durable storage bags that help you easily organize all those LEGO pieces (or other toys) and make cleanup a breeze.
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.
Let’s go, Voltron force! This awesome set lets you build all five lions that can be combined to form the Voltron super-robot, complete with huge sword and shield.
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)
This is a beautiful focus or fidget toy designed for your desk. A vortex lives in here, just spin the gorgeous glass dome to see it.
Build a wand. Learn to code. Make magic. (Releases October 1st, 2018)
Duo-packs of wooden slingshots for kids that are hand-carved and hand-painted to look like animals.
A magnetically levitated, solar powered electric motor that can both spark an interest in science and look cool on your desk.
A clever demonstration of how probability works, in desk toy form.
This completely self-contained and simple-to-use demonstration set allows for three-dimensional viewing of the magnetic lines of force.