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My kids have always loved learning, and I try to encourage that with the types of games, activities and toys we have in our home. Now that we’re homeschooling, it’s even more important! If you have kids who love to learn then you’ll love the incredible ideas in our newest Holiday Gift Guide: Gifts for Learners & Homeschoolers.
Whether their interest is in science experiments, studying astronomy, life and nature exploration, learning to code or robotics, we’ve got a bit of something for everyone on this list. Pick your favorite gift for a kid who loves to learn, or for your homeschool kiddos!
Kids can get immersed into this fun 4D Kitchen while creating 18 interactive recipes. They come alive in augmented and virtual reality, and Professor Maxwell (the 4D Chef) helps teach them the science behind food – they’ll love exploring the wonders of food science while trying new recipes. There’s a ‘lesson behind every bite’ – so give it a try!
GeoSmart Flip Bot 2019 Toy Of The Year Finalist
Kids will have great fun when they build, then flip, this remote-controlled vehicle! The 30-piece geomagnetic set has turbo motors which allow it to zoom and spin all over – as well as FLIP over! Learning is super fun with this robot featuring bright colors, strong magnetic pieces and a (patented) double-safety system. Use the included building guide, or let your kids use their own creativity to build different versions with the included pieces! This entertaining bot – weighing less than 2 pounds when fully built – flips whenever direction is changed form forward to back or vice-versa making for hours of learning fun!
Kids can test out their code-cracking with Mastermind, a challenging game of logic and deduction. Try to crack the code in 10 moves or less, or create one that cant’ be cracked! It’s a great stategy game and one of the world’s most popular games ever. It’s easy to learn, fast to play and has thousands of possibilities, making it different every time you play. For 2 players, ages 8 and up.
Whether our kid loves adventure, learning, reading or just trying new things, they’ll love this new book by Trudi Trueit brought to you by National Geographic! This first title in what will be a 7-book middle grade series was inspired by actual, real-life missions of the National Geographic Society. Inspire your kids to adopt a mindset of an explorer to set them up for a lifetime of adventure!
Who doesn’t love a great wordsearch game? With this exciting version, turn a solitary activity into a fun group game as players go on a word search. The specially-designed circular board rotates to reveal the word they’ll race to find on that turn. You can even create your own custom Wordsearch cards with the online Puzzle Generator! Visit http://www.wordsearch.eu and enter up to 20 of your own unique words to generate a customized puzzle board; then download and print. For 2-4 players, ages 7 and up.
What do your kids love learning about most?
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