Beat the Brain Drain this Summer with STEM, Science & Stacking!

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The dreaded Summer brain happens every year. While Summer is a time of breaking from school, there is no need for our kids to stop learning. I am not saying they need study and do homework! That would never go over well, now would it?! However, when they have super fun STEM, Science, and stacking games, it is a different story. Kids will beat the brain drain, learn new things, AND have fun!

Beat the Brain Drain this Summer with STEM, Science & Stacking

STEM, Science, and stacking games are fun, interesting games that will keep kids busy and their minds active. Their minds are like sponges and quickly soak up information that builds skills and sparks their interest.

Why not beat the brain drain this Summer with these fabulous STEM, Science, and stacking games!

Magformers

Magformers Magnetic Toys

About Magformers

MAGFORMERS LLC is a privately held company headquartered in Canton, MI. Founded with the Architects of the future in mind MAGFORMERS is one of the world’s leading manufacturers of magnetic children’s toys.

MAGFORMERS® is the industry leader in magnetic building toys for children. They believe it is vital for children to develop through creativity and our patented, ‘always attracting’ magnetic technology delivers a unique constructional play experience. It is MAGFORMERS® commitment to providing a high quality, reliable product that inspires the creators of the future.

Magformers

With the fun Magformers Magnetic Toys your child can design and build organic structures with curved 3D magnetic shapes! They will love the all-new Curve 20Pc Set from Magformers. It comes with six geometric shapes, use Squares, Arches, Sectors, Cones, Spheres, Super Arches and Super Sectors to build balls, towers and so much more! Create free-form structures and combine your design with all Magformers shapes to see where your imagination will take you.

Magformers Magnetic Toys are great for ages 3+ with a MSRP of $39.99.

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Mechanical Engineering Robotic Arms

Thames & Kosmos Mechanical Engineering: Robotic Arms

About Thames & Kosmos

Thames & Kosmos was founded in 2001 by a science museum director and her son, who saw the great need and demand for better science education materials — resources for parents and their children that are more engaging, more effective, more relevant, and more fun.

Mechanical Engineering Robotic Arms

With super fun Mechanical Engineering Robotical Arms from Thames & Cosmos your child can build six mechanical models of the types of arms, grabber claws and legs found on robotic machines. Your child will have the opportunity to explore mechanical engineering principles firsthand as they assemble and play with the working models.

The robotic arms use a pneumatic system, which uses air pressure to activate the models. Pump air and flick the switch to operate the model. Construct a pivoting robotic laboratory arm with gripper claw or build a vertical three-fingered claw that can lift a cup off the table! Learn how pneumatic and hydraulic systems are used in industrial robots to enable the robots to manipulate heavy objects such as automobile components.

Robotical Arms are suggested for ages 7+ with a MSRP of $59.95.

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Beast of Balance

Beasts of Balance – Stacking Game

About Beasts of Balance

Beasts of Balance, previously called Fabulous Beasts, is a tasty blend of tabletop dexterity and digital strategy. Stack beautiful pieces and create fabulous worlds on a connected device. Fun? Fun!

Beasts of Balance

Beasts of Balance is so much fun! It is an award-winning augmented reality stacking game of dexterity, strategy and creation. Players take on the role of Divine Creators, tasked to play solo or with friends to build worlds and reach high scores by stacking magical Artefacts into incredible towers. But this is no standard dexterity game – everything added to the tower interacts with a world that evolves on a wirelessly connected digital device. To succeed, players have to keep their tower and the ecosystem of their world in balance, stacking all 24 pieces and caring for the virtual beasts they create.

Beasts of Balance is suggested for ages 7+ with a MSRP of $99.

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Want to spark your child’s interest and help them build skills? Click the links above to check out these fun STEM, Science, and Stacking games! Your kids will LOVE playing them and who knows where the interest they spark will take them in the future!

 

 

Comments

  1. Kara Vaughan Marks says:

    These all look so great–my grandson would just love them all!

  2. Radha Muruganandam says:

    STEM toys has always been our favorite. Magformers, mechanical engineering robotic arms and best of balance are all unique, engaging and Learning thru play… Which makes each of it so special and that’s what makes these STEM toys so awesome!

  3. Debra Holloway says:

    These are all great fun games that will give hours of enjoyment to children.

  4. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    I also really like the Magformers Magnetic Toys. These toys will make wonderful gift ideas for my grandchildren. Thank you so much for sharing. God Bless

  5. My kids would have so much fun with these (and learn)!

  6. Looks like a lot of fun

  7. Julie wilson says:

    so awesome my kids would absolutely love these. especially the robotic arm so cool

  8. Nicole Lancaster says:

    The Thames & Kosmos Mechanical Engineering: Robotic Arms looks interesting and very challenging .My older son would love this. He wants to be a engineer in the future.

  9. Both of my children would really enjoy playing with the Magformers!

  10. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    These are so nice. My grandson would love the Thames & Kosmos Mechanical Engineering: Robotic Arms. I love these kinds of things to do for my grandchildren

  11. These would make great birthday gifts for my son!

  12. denise low says:

    These are really cool games. I know that the kids would love them to. And they can learn from them.

  13. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    I love games that make you think and use the brain. These sound awesome. I can’t wait to get these. Thank you so much for sharing. God Bless

  14. I’d even like to play these with my son!

  15. Thank you for the reviews. I am teaching two small group STEAM classes this year and need activities!

  16. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    These games are awesome games. I would love them for my grandchildren. Thank you so much for sharing.

  17. My whole family would probably enjoy these!

  18. Deborah D says:

    Wish I had this when I was younger.

  19. These are amazing toys. I hope that i am a lucky winner!

  20. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    These games would be wonderful for my grandchildren. I love games that they have to think and use their imaginations. Thank you so much for sharing. Thank you so much for sharing

  21. I love that these are fun but educational. My nephew would love!

  22. These look so fun! 🙂

  23. LeAnn Harbert says:

    My granddaughters would love to have these. They have STEM workshops at their school.

  24. My nieces and nephews would love getting some of these for Christmas.

  25. Beasts of balance looks fun!

  26. Julie wilson says:

    my kids would absolutely love these. especially the robotic arm. my kids love putting these together.

  27. I think my daughter would really like playing with the Magformers.

  28. Abigail Gibson says:

    Thanks for sharing this article. Kids need to be more creative and get outdoors more often and explore.

  29. These are games that would really make kids think creatively and challenge themselves. Plus they look like a lot of fun.

  30. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    These games are great for getting your children to think and use their imagination. Love these as gift ideas. Thank you for sharing

  31. I’ll have to remember these for my son for Christmas!

  32. Tara Torres says:

    This would be perfect for my daughter. She wants to go into robotics when she grows up!

  33. Margaret Maggie Porter says:

    these are great for kids to think and learn. i love them. Great review!

  34. These would all make great gifts for my nieces and nephews!

  35. My son would enjoy the Magformers as he love to play with magnets. Great variety of Stem, Science and Stacking games.

  36. They all look so awesome. I think the Beasts of Balance would be especially fun to play as a family.

  37. Nancy Bowers says:

    These games look like a lot of educational and creative fun.

  38. Mandy hammons says:

    I think my boys would like the magformers the most

  39. The Beasts of Balance Stacking Game looks like fun for the whole family to enjoy.

  40. Deborah D says:

    All these games look awesome.

  41. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    Childrens brains do soak up information quickly, especially when they are having fun learning. These toys sound awesome. Thank you so much for sharing these. God Bless

  42. My son would enjoy playing with the robotic arms so much!

  43. Ashley Chassereau Parks says:

    All of these look fantastic!! I love that they are educational and get the kids’ creative juices flowing! Love the Magfomers! The other 2 sets look really fun and entertaining!

  44. Linda Manns Linneman says:

    I love learning games and games that make our children think a little. This sounds great for my grandchildren. Thank you so much for sharing these

  45. Cynthia Brooks says:

    The robotic arms game looks challenging for myself and I know my kids would do better at it than I. I think they would love these kinds of challenges. They enjoy watching challenge videos on youtube, and with these they could do their own.

  46. These games look like fun for my 2 granddaughters (sisters). They would inspire their creativity side and expose them to scientific ways of problem solving.

  47. These look like really great games and good STEM fun! My grand kids love the Magformers Magnetic Toys.

  48. Love the variety of games being offered. I think it’s great that each has something different they are focused on. This would be fun for so many.

  49. I think our entire family would have a blast with the balance game. We are very competitive and love playing games that the entire family can have fun with.

  50. Love these games especially when they will not only teach but entertain the children for hours. My son would love the Mechanical Robotic Arm one.

  51. These games all look amazing and I know my son would enjoy them!

  52. monique s says:

    I absolutely love that these are a combo of both fun and educational. It will really keep the kids engaged and learning

  53. Sherrie McQueen-Gilstrap says:

    This is a great variety of fun STEM, Science, & Stacking games! As a home schooling Mom I love finding things like this. My daughter and I prefer anything but the standard learning process. I look forward to trying each of these even if I don’t win but I am definitely going to keep my fingers crossed for this awesome game trio.

  54. Linda Madden says:

    This is great. My granddaughter would like this.very educational.

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