STEM Toys On Sale You Can Get For Your Kid Today

December has officially come and with it is the official start of the holiday and Christmas season. This means that it’s now high-time to get out and do your Christmas shopping if you haven’t yet since this usually signals the start of holiday sales that can help you save a buck or two.

And if you’re still wondering what to get your kid this Christmas, then look no further because we’ve rounded up some of the best toys that can help provide a fun way for them to learn about technology, science, engineering and mathematics.

So get your Christmas shopping done with these best science-y toys that are on sale today on Amazon:

Snap Circuits LIGHT Electronics Exploration Kit

This toy will help your kid learn about all the wonders of electricity by letting them snap circuits together in a puzzle-like manner. With over 55 color-coded components, the kit provides 175 projects your kid can build.


What kid doesn’t like digging for dinosaur fossils? Help jump-start your kid’s anthropological career by giving them this kit, which lets them dig up bones of sharks, dinosaurs, mosasaurs and many more.

Littlebits Star Wars Droid Inventor Kit

Is your kid a Star Wars fan? Then this kit, which would teach them how to control electronics via coding, is the perfect gift for him. It might not give him the force but at least he’ll learn the basics of code.

NATIONAL GEOGRAPHIC Mega Slime Kit & Putty Lab

This kit includes a DIY glow-in-the-dark slime lab, as well as eight varieties of slime & putty, including magnetic putty, glow-in-the-dark putty, liquid slime and many more.

ZOOB BuilderZ S.T.E.M. Challenge Moving Building Modeling System

Including 220 pieces to play with, this kit will encourage your child’s creativity by having them build projects like a catapult or a zip line, among many others.

Discovery Touch & Sound Activated Plasma Globe

Make like a mad scientist and watch the electricity inside the globe react to both sound and touch just like in the movies.

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