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Kids and parents agree, educational toys are fun

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In the sea of electronics and superheroes, parents can wonder where are the fun and educational toys for kids. Kids want fun and playtime while parents can encourage toys with an educational purpose. Which toys balance the fun that kids crave and the learning parents prefer? Here are a list of some fun and educational toys that kids and parents will love.

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Thames & Kosmos Chemistry Set

The Thames and Kosmos Beginner Level Chemistry set offers 75 experiments that are easy to perform and understand. With a 40 page manual, kids and caregivers can start with easier experiments and build their confidence. All the tools to success are included in the kit. Kids can learn how to make invisible ink, surface tension of water and many, many more. Your kids will start asking to "play" with science.

Red Toolbox

Being able to build an item from scratch takes skill. Red Toolbox offers a wide range of wood building kits for various skill levels. These kits use real wood and tools. Kids and parents can expect to assemble, glue, hammer and file. Kits can be painted to personalize. These kits offer kids and parents the chance to spend time together while learning a new skill.

Nancy B's MoonScope

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.



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