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Awesome STEM Gifts for the Holidays

These toys are perfect to inspire your future engineer.



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MARBLEOUS

photo courtesy Tinkineer

Thrill seekers will have a blast building the Marbleocity Mini Coaster, a wooden model they can shoot marbles through. $29.99.

 

TALK NERDY TO ME

photo courtesy Sourcebooks Jabberwocky

It’s never too early to get her hooked on science with Chris Ferrie’s Baby University series published by Sourcebooks Jabberwocky. Start with Quantum Physics for Babies. $9.99.

 

BOT BESTIE

photo courtesy LEGO

The LEGO BOOST Creative Toolbox has five different bots your aspiring engineer can build, code and control, all via a tablet. $159.99.

 

MUSIC MAKER

photo courtesy Howtoons

Inspire his love of song, comics and building with this Howtoons Ukulele Kit. $39.99.

 

MAY THE DROID BE WITH YOU​

photo courtesy Little Bits 

They’ll use the force to build a customizable, self-navigable and trainable R2-D2 with the Droid Inventor Kit. $99.95.

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