It's never too early to start teaching your kids about the fundamentals of engineering and robotics, especially because these interconnected fields are going to play an increasingly important role in several high-paying careers in the future. Here are three comprehensive kits that will introduce your curious kids to a wide range of STEM topics and enjoyable engineering projects, and each one is on sale today.
MSRP: $69 | Sale Price: $49 (28% off)
Give your kids a head start in school by walking them through the basics of go-to STEM subjects with this learning kit, which comes with everything you need to build several projects that combine art, science, and robotics.
MSRP: $99 | Sale Price: $79 (20% off)
If your child is a bit older, check out this DIY coding kit, which will help you transform your child's understanding of math and science into tangible coding projects that can be used to create a limitless number of programs.
MSRP: $119 | Sale Price: $99 (16% off)
Help your kids explore the essentials of robotic technologies with this DIY STEM kit that's loaded with modules that are LEGO-compatible—meaning you'll be able to create a virtually limitless number of completely customizable robotics projects.
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