These awesome toys introduce kids to math / logic /coding, and just might pave the way towards a bright future.
Who: Calling the 8 and older set.
What: These electronic building blocks add sound, motion, light, and sensors to everyday objects. We love that it promotes both STEM and imaginative play.
When: Endless opportunities to get creative with household items.
Tiny Polka Dot
Who: This one suits the 3-8 set but can be played by the whole family.
What: This deck of math cards teaches kids counting, arithmetic, and logic by way of 16 different games that are actually fun for kids.
When: Math is cool. Start them young.
Who: It's geared towards girls 6+, but we think that's silly. A few pink pieces do not a girl toy make 🙄 .
What: Build various themed sets using circuits, motors, and modular building pieces. Then watch them free-play with their creation.
When: Makes a great rainy day activity.
Who: Kids 6-14 up for a monthly challenge.
What: This box subscription will teach your child to love coding via a new project each month, each one building upon previous learnings.
When: The earlier you start, the easier it is to pick up coding.
Little Red Riding Hood
Who: Kids 4-7, put on your thinking caps!
What: This brainteaser challenges preschoolers to problem solving with 48 different scenarios (from beginner to expert) that sharpen their cognitive skills.
When: "I'm bored", meet Little Red Riding Hood.