The Best STEM Toys for Girls
Do you want to encourage your little girls to love science, technology, engineering, and math!? These fun games and experiments will do just that. Inspire a love of all things STEM with these awesome STEM toys girls ages 5 and up will love!! Click on each to view more details, buy on Amazon and read Amazon reviews!
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ThinkFun Gravity Maze Marble Run Logic Game
For Girls Age 8 and Up (Toy of the Year Award winner)
This game develops critical skills! Your girls will be playing their way through the challenges that build spatial reasoning and planning skills and is partly an engineering and building toy that provides a great stealth learning experience for young players. It has multi-level challenges with 60 beginners to expert challenges that become increasingly difficult as you play through them.
Scientific Explorer My First Mind Blowing Science Kit
For Girls Age 8 and Up
This is your junior chemist’s introduction to the world of scientific exploration. Girls will learn the basics of science from chemical reactions to the use of science tools. This kit includes mind blowing experiments such as creating a sunset in a test tube and making a color-changing volcano, she will love learning fascinating facts about her natural world.
Klutz Lego Chain Reactions Science & Building Kit
For Girls 8 and Up
Using the stuff in this kit and a pile of your own ordinary LEGO bricks, girls can build ten awesome machines with moving parts that she can combine to make dozens of different chain reactions. See if your girls can make a machine to throw something in the trash, amuse their baby siblings, or ring a bell! Let her imagination go wild and see what cool moving machine she comes up with!
Yellow Scope Foundation Chemistry Kit
For Girls 8 and Up
This kit includes dozens of STEM experiments that take girls seriously. Yellow Scope was founded by scientists and moms, Marcie Colledge, PhD and Kelly McCollum, MPH. This kit contains real lab equipment, including 3 beakers, a high-temperature thermometer, a digital timer, colored safety goggles, a chalkboard lab mat and loads of chemical reagents for hours and hours of experimental fun.
Learning Resources Botley the Coding Robot Activity Set
For Girls 5 and Up
Botley helps girls learn early STEM skills while playing and having fun. He teaches girls to code with active, screen-free play that’s perfect for promoting critical thinking and problem-solving skills. Botley’s 77-piece activity set comes with a remote programmer, detachable robot arms, 40 coding cards, 6 double-sided tiles, 27 obstacle building pieces and a starter guide with coding challenges.
Bit Coding Robot
For Girls 6 and Up
Meet Bit! – A pocket-sized, basic bot for building early STEAM skills. Girls can start coding screen-free with Color Code markers and stickers, she draws commands and Bit responds. Advance with OzoBlockly visual programming on a computer or tablet. These tools introduce girls to basic coding concepts. This robot brings out the creative side of coding. Girls can personalize their pocket-sized bot with stickers and pop-outs, with thousands of possible combinations.
ThinkFun Rush Hour Traffic Jam Logic Game
For Girls 8 and Up
Rush Hour is the classic traffic jam logic game and one of the all-time most popular STEM toys. It contains 40 challenges from beginner to expert, a game grid, cars, and a game-go storage bag. Girls will have fun playing through the challenges while improving reasoning and planning skills. Rush Hour is the premier sliding block game that challenges beginners and experts alike. For girls 5 and up they have Rush Hour Junior Traffic Jam Logic Game!
There are so many great toys out there now to encourage building and problem-solving. This is only a small list but I hope these fun games, kits, and toys get your girls started on a lifelong love of STEM. My oldest daughter is only 4 so this list has me so excited to try these when she is a little older! Let me know in the comments what you think and what toys and games your girls love! I will try to do a post on toys for younger girls soon but until then check out the toys page for ideas!
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