Read the funny story of two inquisitive kids, Ty and Karlie, and build simple, non-motorized models of the robots they construct and fix during their adventure to an automated candy factory. During this zany outing, Ty and Karlie build various robots to perform tasks and solve problems in the factory. The robots have moving parts, wheels, and gears, so kids can learn firsthand about simple machines and gear trains. As you follow the story, you can build models of thcan learn firsthand about simple machines and gear trains. As you follow the story, you can build models of the ten robots featured in the story. Large, colorful plastic building pieces make it easy for small hands to put the models together. In the story, the kids build robots with arms that rotate, turn, and spin. They fix a robotic arm and other specialized robots that complete specific tasks inside the factory. They construct a robotic drone that flies through the factory to coat the candies in sprinkles, wheeled robots that zoom across the factory floor, a taffy-pulling robot, and a funny gum-kneading robot. From each humorous segment of their silly adventure, the kids learn something new about robots and machines. This 53-piece science kit combined with the beautifully illustrated storybook provides an engaging way to teach simple engineering concepts to preschool-age kids. Start laying the groundwork for strong STEM related skills and comprehension. This kit helps develop fine motor skills, science and math skills, visual-spatial skills, and reasoning and concept development skills.… read more
Subscription boxes are the perfect gift for the fun-loving kiddos in your life. With options including everything from science to cooking, kids will love receiving their very own monthly packages filled with fun activities and toys. Don't know which subscription to choose? Read on to discover 12 of our favorites.
Much like the still-hot onesie trend favored by bump-free fashionistas for the past few years, maternity rompers and jumpsuits are all the rage with the mother-to-be set as well. Casual, elegant, sporty and most importantly — comfortable! — these all-in-one outfits are nothing but versatile and especially easy to wear. Check out this collection of maternity one-piece jumpsuits; there's something chic for every mama at every phase of her pregnancy.
What's better than combining bath time and playtime? How about adding these bath toys in the mix. They make bathtime a breeze!
Whether you want a top-of-the-line console like the Xbox One X, a handheld video game like the Nintendo Switch or a fun, simple throwback game system like Super Nintendo, these are the best video game consoles for kids.
Show Santa what's up this Christmas when you gift your kids one of these so-cool stocking stuffers under $25. From robot building kits and scented markers to hi-bounce putty and slime monsters, you're sure to win Christmas with one of these great gifts.</p>
So you're ready to buy a laptop for your child—but which laptop is best for kids? It depends on what you're looking for. From rugged but affordable laptops to more expensive personal computers for kids, these are the best options out there.
Scratch "cuddly pets" off your Christmas toy list and snag one of these hilariously ferocious monsters instead. Grumblies are the fuming counterparts to Skyrocket Toys' sweet Pomsies. Each character has its own personality and design, plus over 40 fierce sounds and reactions. Tremor, Hydro, Bolt and Scorch will be your kid's best friend — until the fiery creature reaches full-on meltdown mode, of course. A Grumblies' short-fuse is something every parent and child knows a little bit about. These hot-headed and mischievous electronic plush toys are a major toy trend for kids this Christmas, so you might not want to wait for Black Friday and Cyber Monday deals. Buy one (or the whole group!) and get early savings from Amazon and Walmart now.
Unlike a Christmas birthday, which can get easily overlooked during the holiday commotion, a Halloween birthday party is a special unicorn — much like your little princess, superhero or monster. And just like those peanut butter cups you're giving out to trick-or-treaters, Halloween and birthdays are "two great things that go great together!" No need to rack your brain for some far-out theme — costumes and candy are a given. But you can still flex your creativity and choose unique decorations, invitations and much more to make your kiddo's Halloween birthday party a howling success. Keep scrolling for some frightfully fun inspiration.
Thinking of taking a trip to Adventure Bay? Does your little pup squeal with delight whenever her favorite rescue dogs help a friend in need? Whether you're a fan of PAW Patrol or just a parental bystander, those precious pups' paw prints are all over the fabric of your daily life. It's only natural that for your little one's birthday, she'd want to celebrate in a big canine way. So, we dug deep and took to the skies searching for the best PAW Patrol party ideas. Remember: No party is too big, no celebration too small. If you need the paw-fect party ideas just yelp for help — or read on for some inspiration. We're on the case!
It's easy for parents to get spooked trying to choose the perfect Halloween costumes for their little ones. Between the overwhelming choices (princess or witch? superhero or villain?) to the barrage of opinions from their little boys and ghouls, deciding on the perfect costumes for kids can be, well, tricky. But with a little help from the Happiest Place on Earth, we've conjured up the best Disney Halloween costumes for kids this year. Whether it's her favorite Disney Junior character (you're singing the theme song now, aren't you?) or his beloved Pixar pal, here's some supercalifragilistic inspiration to make your little hero or magical creature's Halloween dreams come true.
So, your baby wants a fur baby, but they're just not ready for the real deal? Don't fret — get them a FurReal Pet! These imaginative, interactive plush animals continue their reign as one of the top-selling Christmas toys for kids in 2018. These fuzzy favorites were tops last year, and with their superior range of options, sound-and-movement combinations and adorable features, we predict they'll charm you — and Santa too! The FurReal pack includes cuties like StarLily the Unicorn, Ricky the Trick-Lovin' Pet, Ivory the Playful Tiger and many more. Amazon and Walmart both have FurReal Pets in stock at the moment, but some of the best-sellers are getting shopped-and-adopted fast. We say maybe don't wait for Black Friday or Cyber Monday, especially since you can get such sweet deals on these FurReal Pets now.
It's never too early to get a little one hooked on reading. These fun, personalized storybooks for kids combine entertainment with education, making your budding bookworm the hero of their own story. Whether it's a Disney story or a bedtime story, get your birthday and Christmas gift shopping done early and order one of these unique page-turners from Amazon, Etsy or Uncommon Goods now!
The fur is flying again this holiday season! Pomsies, the fluffy interactive toys that were a huge hit last year, are once again topping the lists of the best Christmas toys for kids in 2018 and selling out fast. Pomsies—as most parents already know—are petite, supercute fluff balls that wrap around kids' wrists, hair, clothing or backpacks, and have eyes that light up and change color, depending on their mood. The collection of in-demand virtual pets (move over, Fingerlings!) is mostly made up of kitties such as Pomsies Sherbert, but the pom-pom pack also includes Pomsies unicorn Luna, Pomsies dragon Zoey and Pomsies koala Sydney. Both Amazon and Walmart currently have Pomsies in stock, but they're going quickly (so maybe don't wait for those Black Friday or Cyber Monday deals). Here are some of the most popular Pomsies to shop right now, plus where to buy them.
Zoomie Kids Coleford Wall-E Metal Robot Wall-e is a Disney Pixar character from the movie wall-e in 2008. He is the last robot lef...t on earth. Wall-e is programmed to clean up the planet by collecting trash. In fact, wall-e stands for waste allocation... read more
Alexander Taron Collectible Decorative Tin Toy Robot Tin wind-up Robot. Recommended for adult collectors.Features: Collectible col...lection Product Type: Figurine Style (Old): Contemporary Style: Modern & Contemporary Theme: Robot Subject: Finish:... read more
Alexander Taron Collectible Decorative Tin Toy Robot Tin wind up "Robby" robot - comes in random colors black and red - when wound... - head moves - feet shuffle like he's walking - with on/off switch for adult collectors.Features: Collectible collection... read more
Design Toscano Robert the Robot Die-Cast Iron Mechanical Coin Bank Science fiction was gaining popularity in the 1950's and their ...replica Robert the robot die-cast iron mechanical coin bank was created as part of that growing trend. Prized by... read more
The perfect combination of fun and learning, this Thames & Kosmos Kids First Boat Engineer Stem Kit has everything you need to get... your little one engaged in engineering. 52-piece kit plus storybook Build models of the 10 boats in the story Boats... read more
The perfect combination of fun and learning, this Thames & Kosmos Kids First Boat Engineer Stem Kit has everything you need to get... your little one engaged in engineering. 52-piece kit plus storybook Build models of the 10 boats in the story Boats really float Lays the groundwork for Stem-related skills and comprehension Big, colorful pieces make assembly easy for small hands Includes durable storage case with handle What's Included Panels Dowels Triangle with peg Cube block Bow Stern Hull Eye Dowel connectors Storybook 6.3"H x 14.7"W x 9.4"D Ages 3 & up Plastic Manufacturer's 1-year limited warrantyFor warranty information please click here Imported Model no. 567011 Size: One Size. Color: Multicolor. Gender: Unisex. read more
This 52-piece science kit combined with the beautifully illustrated storybook provides an engaging way to teach simple engineering... concepts to preschool-age kids. Start laying the groundwork for strong STEM-related skills and comprehension with this kit to help kids develop fine motor skills, science and math skills, visual-spatial skills and reasoning and concept-development skills. Read the funny story of two inquisitive young engineers, Ty and Karlie, and their family's robots, Huxley and Remus. Build simple models of the boats they encounter in the story. The boats actually float on water, making for fun and easy experiments around the sink or bathtub. Style Name: Thames & Kosmos Boat Engineer Kit With Storybook. Style Number: 5503902. Available in stores. read more
This 97-piece science kit combined with a beautifully illustrated storybook is an engaging way to teach simple engineering concept...s to preschool-age kids. As they follow the story, children can build and experiment with models helping to develop fine motor, reasoning, and concept development skills. read more
A 70-piece kit includes a comical story about 2 innovative kids on a trip to the supermarket with their dad. Along the way, the dy...namic duo helps the townspeople solve problems and complete tasks. Your little engineer can follow along with the beautifully illustrated book while building models for the ten vehicles in the story. This kit is an engaging way for children to learn about simple engineering concepts and to develop fine motor, science and math skills. Style Name: Thames & Kosmos 'Kids First - Automobile Engineer' Kit. Style Number: 5070559. Available in stores. read more
Intro to Engineering welcomes young children to the field of engineering with 25 experiments and building projects in five section...s. By engaging in hands-on activities, children will learn how engineers apply their scientific and technical knowledge to design machines and devices. Start by learning some engineering basics with experiments on levers, forces, and pulleys. Build simple devices using these basic components. Move on to explore engineering on land by building vehicles with wheels, such as a race car and a wind-up car. Next, investigate engineering with air (and in the air) by building a helicopter, a pinwheel, a parachute, a glider, a balloon rocket, and an air-powered carousel. Then, build a diving bell, a sailboat, and a paddle boat to experiment with engineering in water. Finally, find engineering in your own home with experiments modeling the telephone and television. With a 48-page guidebook, Intro to Engineering teaches engineering fundamentals with step-by-step, hands-on experiments and building projects. read more
A 71-piece experiment kit includes an amusing story about 2 innovative kids who learn to build aircraft models they discover on a ...family vacation. The two start out building a passenger jet for their family to travel to a tropical island. After they arrive, they help construct a helicopter for some scientists studying sea turtles. Your aspiring engineer can follow along with the beautifully illustrated book while building models of the ten aircraft in the story. This kit is an engaging way for preschool-age children to learn about simple engineering concepts and to develop fine motor, science and math skills. Style Name: Thames & Kosmos 'Kid First - Aircraft Engineer' Kit. Style Number: 5070554. Available in stores. read more
Read the funny story of two inquisitive young engineers, Ty and Karlie, and their family's robots, Huxley and Remus. Build simple ...models of the boats they encounter in the story. The boats actually float on water, making for fun and easy experiments around the sink or bathtub. The Boat Engineer story centers around Huxley and Remus. Their boat-building adventure starts when a robotic fish they are testing goes haywire and swims away uncontrollably. Huxley and Remus build a rowboat in their effort to catch up with and capture the robotic fish. They find the rowboat is too slow, so they build a fan boat to go faster. As the story continues, the robots make their way downstream and eventually out to the ocean. Along the way, they must build new boats to solve specific problems and perform tasks. They build a sailboat, riverboat, speedboat, fireboat, tugboat, freighter, catamaran, and a hydroplane. From each humorous segment of their silly adventure, the robots learn something new about boats. As you follow the story, you can build models of the ten boats featured in the story. Large, colorful plastic building pieces make it easy for small hands to put the models together. This 52-piece science kit combined with the beautifully illustrated storybook provides an engaging way to teach simple engineering concepts to preschool-age kids. Start laying the groundwork for strong STEM related skills and comprehension. This kit helps develop fine motor skills, science and math skills, visual-spatial skills, and reasoning and concept development skills. read more
Your kiddo will love creating cool experiments from this Thames & Kosmos Mechanical Engineering: Robotic Arms Experiment Kit. Buil...d 6 air-powered mechanical arms, grabber claws & legs Learn how pneumatic & hydraulic systems are used in robots 36-page,... read more
This Thames & Kosmos Robotics Smart Machines Engineering Kit gives kids a simple, fun, and customizable introduction to robotics t...hat lets them build eight motorized machines controlled by programs and an ultrasound sensor. Kids code the programs using an easy, visual programming app on a tablet or smartphone, which connects to the robot models via a wireless Bluetooth connection Using the app interface, you can program the robots you build to behave based on the feedback coming from an ultrasound sensor Construct 8 robots, including a bipedal droid Ultrasonic sensor enables the robots to react to its surroundings Requires a tablet or smartphone running iOS or Android iOS devices must support Bluetooth 4.0 & must be running iOS 8.0 or later (such as iPad 3 or later, iPad mini, iPhone 4S or later & iPod touch 5 or later) Android devices must support Bluetooth 4.0 & must be running Android 4.4 or later What's Included Bipedal Droid, 12"H x 7"W x 5"L Spy Bot, 9.5"H x 6"W x 6"L Beetle, 6"H x 8"W x 11"L The Crocodile, 7"H x 6"W x 13"L Tiltrotor Aircraft, 8"H x 14"W x 13"L Robo Dog, 9"H x 7"W x 9"L Robotosaurus, 13"H x 6"W x 9"L Catapult, 10"H x 7"W x 7"L Age: 8 years & up Requires 3 AA batteries (not included) Manufacturer's 1-year limited warranty For warranty information please click here Imported Model number: 620375 Size: One Size. Color: Multicolor. Gender: Unisex. read more
Your kiddo will love creating cool experiments from this Thames & Kosmos Mechanical Engineering: Robotic Arms Experiment Kit. Buil...d 6 air-powered mechanical arms, grabber claws & legs Learn how pneumatic & hydraulic systems are used in robots 36-page, full-color experiment manual What's Included Connectors Adapters Crankshafts Gripper Suction cup Frames pump Air tank bracket O-ring Switch Tubes Axles Rods Dual rods Die cut plastic sheet Bolt cap Gears Nuts Anchor pins Ages 7 & up Manufacturer's 1-year limited warrantyFor warranty information please click here Imported Model no. 625415 Size: One Size. Color: Multicolor. Gender: Unisex. Age Group: Kids. read more
Construct ten out-of-this-world machines and learn about the physics of levers and linkages. A battery-powered motor box powers th...e models. Make a creepy slithering Alien snake-bot model with rotating arms and articulating tail. Build an alien insectoid-bot that crawls on six legs. Create an alien Raptor model with wings that move up and down. Assemble a cool grabber claw with a scissors mechanism. Make a bipedal Alien robot model that walks on two legs. In addition, build models of a pump Jack, swinging device, hopping Alien frog-bot, roving dyno-bot with reciprocating arm, and rolling Alien dragon-bot. A 28-page manual guides your model building and experiments with step-by-step illustrated instructions. read more
Meet Sammy. This cute little Peanut Butter and Jelly sandwich is actually a robot that teaches coding principles and skills to chi...ldren in grades K-2. You don't need a tablet, smartphone, or computer to program This robot; programs are created by simply laying down a sequence of physical code cards. As the robot drives over the code cards, an oxide optical Scanner on the bottom of the robot reads the code cards one by one and loads The program. Next, place the robot on a grid made of map cards, and the robot runs the program. You can program The robot to move in different directions, activate its output gear, light up its LED, play sounds, and respond to different function cards. The integrated output gear makes it possible to build simple robotic creations with arms or other moving parts that respond according to the program's instructions. This robot kit also teaches physical engineering and problem solving skills through a series of building and coding lessons. The 30 lessons are aligned with standards for computer science education developed by the computer science teachers Association (crystal) and the International society for technology (site) education, as well as courses from code.Org. The lessons progress in complexity through the illustrated manual, allowing the kit to be appropriate for a child as young as four years with help from an adult and as old as eight years. The lessons cover These six key areas in coding: sequencing, loops, events, conditions, functions, and variables. In addition to Sammy, there are five other stories, Each with a series of model-building and coding challenges and lessons related to it: a mouse moves through a maze to find cheese; a penguin wanders around a zoo; a soccer player moves a ball into the goal; a fire truck puts out a fire; and a factory robot performs tasks in a factory scene. A full-color illustrated manual guides users through the coding lessons and the assembly of the different models. read more
Learn how pneumatic and hydraulic systems are used to enable the industrial robots to manipulate heavy objects, such as automobile... components, and explore mechanical engineering principles firsthand by assembling and experimenting with these working models. A 36-page, full-color manual guides kids through model building with step-by-step illustrated instructions to make six mechanical models of the types of arms, grabber claws, and legs found on robotic machines. By using the pneumatic systems that activate the models by controlled air pressure, kids can create a pivoting robotic laboratory arm with gripper claw, assemble an extra-long grabber claw to pick up things that are just out of reach, build a vertical three-fingered claw that can lift a cup up off the table keeping it level, experiment with models of robotic exoskeleton arms and legs and make a compact grabber claw. Style Name: Thames & Kosmos Mechanical Engineering Robotic Arms Kit. Style Number: 5503903. Available in stores. read more
Dimensions: 17.25L x 10.25W x 31.50H in.. Crafted with wood. Orange and blue finish. Includes play tools, nuts, bolts, and boards.... Features storage compartment on the bottom. Folds for easy storage. The Teamson Kids Little Engineer Foldable Robot Workbench is the perfect gift for your budding craftsman. This sturdy workbench is made of durable wood crafted to resemble a robot. It includes nuts, bolts, and tools for imaginative play. There's a convenient drawer for easy storage, and the whole set folds up when not in use. read more
Eco-Engineering: Solar Robot 3-in-1 Green Science Kit
Experience hands-on learning with the 4M Rubbish Cart Robot. Build your own rubbish robot for eco-engineering projects around home... or school. Attach wheels, arms, even wiggle eyes, and a motor to assemble your creation. Place this little trash bin on... read more
With 21 hands-on experiments and building projects, this Thames & Kosmos Kids First Intro to Engineering set is the perfect choice... for combining learning and play. 21 hands-on experiments & building projects Build levers, forces & pulleys Build... read more
Build six mechanical models of the types of arms, grabber claws, and legs found on robotic machines. Explore mechanical engineerin...g principles firsthand as you assemble and play with these working models. The models use a pneumatic system which uses... read more
With 21 hands-on experiments and building projects, this Thames & Kosmos Kids First Intro to Engineering set is the perfect choice... for combining learning and play. 21 hands-on experiments & building projects Build levers, forces & pulleys Build vehicles with wheels Build a helicopter, parachute, glider & air-powered carousel Build a diving bell, a sailboat & a paddle boat Model telephones, televisions & robots What's Included Flip-book paper sheet, printed paper sheet, glider paper sheet, clear film sheet & die-cut cardboard sheet String 3 straws, pipette & push pin Parachute material, mounting stand, paddle wheel & axel Paper clip, small rubber band & large rubber band Anchor pin lever Small frame Long rod, 5-hole rod & 3-hole rod medium gear, medium pully, o-ring for medium pully & small pully Long axel, medium axel & short axelCrane hookString spool & connection bridgeAnchor pin, shaft plug, joint pin & button pinaxel lock48-page guidebook Ages 8 & up Manufacturer's 1-year limited warrantyFor warranty information please click here Imported Model no. 567002 Size: One Size. Color: Multicolor. Gender: Unisex. read more
Dimensions: 17.25L x 10.25W x 31.50H in.. Crafted with wood. Orange and blue finish. Includes play tools, nuts, bolts, and boards.... Features storage compartment on the bottom. Folds for easy storage. The Teamson Kids Little Engineer Foldable Robot... read more
Kid Made Modern Wooden Robot Craft Kit. No robotics degree required to build and customize these robots. This craft kit includes e...verything you need to build a trio of wooden robots. And crafting them is only half the fun. Once they're done, their... read more