Challenge your child’s imagination with the 4M Tin Can Robot. Perfect for any young scientist, this fun robotics kit teaches the value of recycling by re-purposing a used soda can into a moving, functional robot. The included supplies allow adults and kids to build a motorized monster, silly robot, or any combination of the two. Not only does it foster creativity, it’s an excellent opportunity to show kids how toys are assembled and function.
This educational night light comes with a real meteorite specimen and educational material about the moon. Convenient features such as a glow-in-the-dark remote control and 20-minute sleep time make it easy to use. This moon light has seven different color settings and a color morphing mode, and features a real NASA lunar photo on its surface.
We all want to stay connected, and the latest trend in mobile gadgetry seems to be moving towards smartwatches. With Apple now having announced the Apple Watch, we can expect to see more people – including our kids – scrambling to get a hold of a smartwatch of their own.
But do kids really need such expensive gadgets? Many of today’s smartphones come with exclusive compatibility to their own line of smartwatches, and this causes the watches’ prizes to skyrocket. Then along comes Pebble, a unique smartwatch that does just watch a smartwatch should, without the glitz that makes other smartwatches so expensive.
Before mobile gaming gained popularity, the industry was already headed by coin-operated entertainment machines in the arcades. Today, avid gamers can relive this classic game through iCade Arcade Cabinet by ThinkGeek. The conceptwas initially an April Fool’s joke in 2010. However, the developers made it into reality by partnering with entertainment innovation company IonAudio and interactive entertainment firm Atari.