Stem Toys Ages 2-4
This 70-piece science kit combined with the beautifully illustrated storybook provides an engaging way to teach simple engineering concepts to preschool-age kids.
This kit helps develop fine motor skills, science and math skills, visual-spatial skills, and reasoning and concept development skills.It comes with a durable storage case and and a 32 page illustrated Story Book. As you follow the story, you can build models of the 10 vehicles in the story a fire truck, tractor, school bus, motorcycle, cement truck, forklift, pickup truck, and race car to help their friends out. Large, colorful plastic building pieces make it easy for small hands to put the models together.
The pegs on the bench go up and down, playing peekaboo on this solid wood pounding activity.
Non-removable pegs take turns showing their smiles while your toddler has fun naming the colors and practicing fine motor skills.
It builds motor skills, hand-eye-coordination, and even thinking skills–as deciding which colors should be up or down or evenly matched in height requires some intricate choice and physical application.
It’s solid wood and very sturdy, it can take all the abuse a rough and tough toddler can dish out.
Ages 2 years and up.
Learn about the alphabet, spell your name and more on a pretend play computer built for kids.
Be big and little -Pretend to be like Mom and Dad with fun computer role-play, such as emailing with Scout, and a take-along handle.
My Own Leaptop is now even better with a larger screen featuring 26 fun critter animations!
Tap away in 4 learning modes – ABCs, Messages, Games and Music – and bop along to 16 songs and melodies.
Customize My Own Leaptop to help your child spell his or her name.
Learn basic math and calculator skills while running a pretend store.
This calculator cash register features oversized buttons and a big number display, making it appropriate for all ability levels.
73 pieces include actual-size pretend money, pretend credit card, and suggested activities.
Solar activated calculator and cash register with LCD screen.
Cash drawer makes a “cha-ching” sound when it opens, just like a real register.
The 10 magnetic fish are numbered and patterned to enrich matching, sorting, and counting activities, and two wooden rods make collecting them a blast!
Kids can use the spinner to play as a game, or just have fun collecting the pieces over and over again.
It’s great for developing concentration and manipulating tools to accomplish a task.
The magnets are strong enough to pick up the fish and hold on and the poles are sturdy and the turn on the pole moves with ease.
It teaches kids to work on colors, numbers, and turn-taking.