When you ask a child what is his favorite subject, science isn't always a top choice. For younger kids, the subjects of art, music and even PE are top of the list. But, science and math offer many opportunities beyond those early school years. So how does a parent foster a love of science? Turn it into a fun game.
Science themes toys can be a great way to introduce kids to the subject. Since these toys make the subject fun, there is less pressure on the kids.
Here are some science influenced toys that could help your kids.
The AquaScope is a great way for kids to explore water. Kids think about water as a play element. For example, playing in the water fountains, swimming in a pool or jumping through a creek. But, water is so much more. With the AquaScope kids can see what is living inside the water they enjoy.
Nancy B's Science Club Binoculars and Activity Journal allow kids (and adults) to see beyond what is in front of them. With four times the magnification, the binoculars can help see beyond the naked eye. From looking at birds taking flight to animals climbing up a tree, watching animals within nature can help kids understand more about science. With the Wildlife activity journal, everyone can learn more about the world around them.
The Nancy B's MoonScope can start the sky gazer's dream. The MoonScope makes looking at the night sky easy for the younger set. With magnification up to 90x, the night sky sparkles under the lens. Whether you want to see Saturn's rings or the mountains on the moon, sky gazers can explore all the night has to offer. With the activity journal, even the novice sky gazer can become more in-tune with the celestial beings. A telescope can let the user travel to faraway places without leaving home.
What toys do you think could spark a love of science? Share your thoughts in the comments section.