Keep your kids learning with these tech toys and games

It’s back again! The week kids all over Canada look forward to all year!  Maybe not as much as summer vacation or Christmas break, but it’s a close 3rd!

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If you’re looking for ways to keep your kids busy during March break, and want to continue the learning, maybe get them one of these tech related toys and games!

Available at Mastermind Toys for $19.99

https://www.mastermindtoys.com/343-4M-Green-Science-Solar-Rover-Kit.aspx

Construct your solar rover using the detailed instructions included, place it outdoors on a sunny day and watch it zip along. No batteries are required! The Solar Rover’s solar panel turns sunlight into electricity that runs the motor.

Available at Indigo for $15.29

https://www.chapters.indigo.ca/en-ca/books/coding-games-in-scratch-a/9781465439352-item.html

This visual guide uses fun graphics and easy-to-follow instructions to show young learners how to build their own computer projects using the Scratch programming language.  Kids can build single and multiplayer platform games, create puzzles and memory games, race through mazes, add animation, and more. All they need is a computer with Adobe, and an internet connection.

Available at Toys R Us for $29.99

http://www.toysrus.ca/product/index.jsp?productId=67567976#closeFindItInStore

Build an FM radio that really works, plus do 4 additional projects in this kit.  Snap Circuits parts are mounted on plastic modules and snap together with ease. No tools are required for Snap Circuits play, which means children can get to “work” as soon as they open the box.

Available at Mastermind Toys for $15.99

https://www.mastermindtoys.com/19212-4M-Eco-Engineering-Motorised-Box-Robot.aspx

Turn an empty box into your very own engineering robot! Make it walk, hop, stomp and drive away!

Available at Toys R Us for $19.99

http://www.toysrus.ca/product/index.jsp?productId=152995266

Inside each Logibloc is a printed circuit board, and every block is colour-coded for the function it performs. By plugging together Logiblocs in different combinations, you can create circuits and virtually write your own simple program to build each new invention.

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There you go, just a few tech related toys and games to keep your kids busy and educated over the March break. If you have any other products in mind, please leave your suggestions in the comments section below.

 

 

 

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