GeoSmart kits, where kids can build different structures using magnetic squares and triangles.
Fans of Star Trek may want to borrow the phrase make it so! once
they get their hands on GeoSmart’s new line of magnetic construction sets, available just in time for holiday shopping. With out-of-this-universe kits to create a remote-control Mars Explorer ($79.99) or (gasp!) Alien Creatures ($99.99), kids as young as 5 years old will be enjoying a STEM lesson without even realizing it.
Little engineers will be drawn to the brightly colored pieces that transform triangles and squares into a moving Lunar Rover ($49.99).
Add all the elements of STEM basics – science, technology, engineering and math principles – and you have a smart toy without the need for Wi-Fi!
GeoSmart toys are great for children of all ages, even adults.
I don’t care how old you are, it’s fun to play with magnets. There are a few different products in this line from SmartGamesUSA. For the purpose of my review I received the Lunar Rover.
Lunar Rover • $49.99
Explore new horizons with the Lunar Rover. This 30-piece magnetic construction set features 5 different geometric shapes and wheels. Amaze
yourself and your friends in building, then watching your rover go! The enclosed wheels bring movement to each construction.
I had fun playing with this set for my review. I love that there is no set way to build the Rover. The possibilities are only limited by your imagination! The colors are fun and inviting too.
I know my nieces will love this! I can see them building a car for their little statue toys and giving them a ride. Their imagination surprises me and makes me smile all the time.
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