Eight-year-olds will love learning about technology and energy
These environmental science projects for kids will introduce them to the world of renewable resources, engineering and energy. With intriguing kits that teach about solar energy and alternative energy resources, these educational science toys will have eight-year-olds thinking about making the future a more sustainable one. Circuit Maze and Cool Circuits Jr. will teach kids interesting facts about electricity.
Build a Solar Electric Boat or Solar Electric Car from exciting construction kits. The Solar Power kit lets kids build a locomotive, a bulldozer, helicopter and more, then power them with electricity from solar cells. These educational science toys for kids are inspirational.
If your kids like science, they'll light up when they get a look at our electronics learning toys. Electronic Learning Circuits lets kids 8 and up construct circuits using colorful electric building blocks to learn about electricity and how electronic devices work. Innovative snap-together blocks make learning electronics fun and accessible.
Circuit Maze will get your synapses firing as your logic skills engage. This single-player brain teaser game uses challenge cards from beginner to expert to have you arrange your tokens in a real circuit that lights up different colored beacons. This game for ages 8 and up is a great introduction to electrical engineering and provides kids sequential reasoning skills with a real workout.
Gotcha Gadgets have funny sounds, but serious science. With this unique science kit kids can build 16 different sound-and-gizmo combinations using a circuit board, LED, photodetector and more. With 32-pages of full color instructions, use this electronic circuitry kit to create a door alarm, motion sensor and more.
The Maker Studio Propeller Set will have kids thinking and building like engineers in no time as they turn recyclables into machines that move. Use a propeller set to morph a potato chip can into a chopper, a windmill and more. After the kids have solved the engineering challenges presented, they'll want to experiment and build on their own.