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A cool add on to build chain reaction set-ups out of lego bricks.

Nature, Outer Space, Robot and Dinosaur sections also have gifts with life science / technology angles! 

A cool add on to build chain reaction set-ups out of lego bricks.

This book quickly turned into a beloved series for a reason! A really lively & inspiring rhyming picture book about growth mindset, with the coolest illustrations around. Also check out Iggy Peck, Architect and of course Ada Twist, Scientist

The books in this series now have accompanying project books. 

This is a great circuit toy for very young kids (toddlers and young preschoolers). The interchangeable parts light up, whirr, etc when the circuits are activated. 

From atom to zero-point energy, a colorfully simple introduction to a 26 physics concepts. Written by an expert, each page features multiple levels of text that you can read or skip depending on age and attention span. 

Cute microscope for younger kids! 

From the computer science nonprofit Girls Who Code comes this lively and funny story introducing kids to computer coding concepts.

A funny portrayal of the sometimes-frustrating process of translating ideas to reality that shows how a new perspective can help problem solve and rekindle enthusiasm and joy

This is a fun gear toy set with lots of great add-ons

Can Charlotte use the scientific method to solve the problem of being too crowded among her many siblings? A fun intro to the scientific method and perfect for sparking an interest in STEM subjects.

A fresh spin on the Little Red Hen story about a girl who engineers a fort by herself when her brothers refuse to help her. 

 Infectious rhythm and clever invention make this wonderful read-aloud a launch pad for imaginative fun.

Travel along with Einstein on a journey full of curiosity, laughter, and scientific discovery. Parents and children alike will appreciate this moving story of the powerful difference imagination can make in any life.

Part of a fun series that includes titles across tons of STEM disciplines, written by experts in a toung-in-cheek tone for young kids and adults to enjoy together. 

Based on the true story about a boy who built a  functioning windmill out of junkyard scraps, becoming the local hero who harnessed the wind. 

A fun set that pairs clay making with circuit based science projects.