There are so many fun and interesting gift ideas in the STEM fields. Here are several ideas you might want to consider this Christmas season for your child (and, perhaps for yourself, too!) . . .
Flybricks: Build your own drones using Lego® bricks (all ages)
Flybrix is a very cool idea (and, has left us wondering, ‘Why didn’t we come up with it?’). You can build and design your own drone using Lego® bricks. The drone has a computer system that students can program to make it completely customizable!
[image source: https://flybrix.com]
Think & Learn Code-a-pillar® from Fisher-Price (ages 3–6)
Your little one will learn the basics of coding by experimenting and figuring out how things work with this teaching caterpillar from Fisher-Price. [image source: http://www.fisher-price.com/en_US/brands/think-and-learn/index.htm]
For the kid in all of us . . . Check out this “Never Trust an Atom, They Make Up Everything” T-Shirt (all ages):
And, of course, Camp Infinity Registration! (teens)
Register your child as an overnight teen camper by December 15, 2016, and you’ll receive a certificate, and your choice of a Camp Infinity t-shirt or “Nick Newton is Not a Genius” book to put under your tree for Christmas!
Here's another staff favorite . . .
Forbes: "Anki’s robot toy, Cozmo, brings Pixar-style animation to physical tech and character interactions to toys unlike anything I’ve seen before"
Further research . . .
In case you’re looking for more gift ideas, check out this list from Amazon.com:
What do you think?
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