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Dig It Up! Giant Gem Discovery
Very First Magnet Kit
Bloomers! Veggie Growing Kit: Tomato & Lettuce
Bloomers! Veggie Growing Kit: Carrot & Cucumber
Fill your home or classroom with the coolest science games for four-year-olds and watch them learn and grow while they are having fun. MindWare's great science game offerings include; the Lottie Girl Scientist Dolls, plant growing and garden laboratory kits, as well as a Remote Controlled Super Moon / Nightlight.
When it comes to learning about the surface of the earth kids can grow all kinds of different botanical experiments with these cool science kits including; The RootVue Farm, the Volcano Mountain Garden and the Amazing Dinosaur Plant.
If you've got a daughter or granddaughter that you want to instill with a love of science, the Lottie Girl Scientist Dolls are the perfect place to start. Robot Inventor Lottie decides to build a robot for the school science fair and Stargazer Lottie explores the night sky with her special telescope. Lottie is a smart, science loving girl who will capture the imagination of kids.
Help kids reach for the stars with cool science games that explore the cosmos. The R/C Super Moon Light can be programmed to follow the current lunar phases and is the most authentically detailed lunar night light we've found anywhere.
Cook It In a Cup Christmas are chef-designed set that feature color photos and easy-to-follow instructions for creating dozens of individually-sized treats. Each set includes six colorful, nonstick silicone baking cups for creating little lasagnas, quiches, tiny fruit tarts and holiday treats.
Getting kids interested in science and nature early is a great move on any parent's or grandparent's part.
Today more than ever schools are featuring STEM curriculum (Science, Technology, Engineering and Math) so getting kids acquainted with science at a young age is a great idea.