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Kim’s gift picks for smart kids

It’s the giving season, and you are no doubt on the lookout for some great deals this winter. Don’t worry, we have got you covered with some of the best tech deals from Amazon.

Today we chose some fun learning toys for kids. These activities help boost a child’s understanding of the STEM fields that can give your child a tremendous edge over their peers in school. They are also great learning games to play together.

Check out these awesome deals below!

Kim’s pick K’NEX Thrill Rides Construction Educational Toy save 48%

K’NEX are awesome and they have been around a long time. Learning to follow the instructions and connect pieces to get a working machine has always been a really fun learning experience for children. With this new “Thrill Ride” you can build your own functioning mini roller-coaster. K’NEX are great for childhood development for a number of reasons from building hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills, to developing spatial awareness, imagination, and problem-solving techniques.

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Kim’s Pick Future Coders Bunny Trails 30% off

Looking for something to help teach problem-solving skills? These skills are arguably the most important techniques to develop as an adolescent and can help children stay ahead of their peers all throughout school. There are many toys and games designed for this purpose, but one that is particularly good for younger children is Bunny Trails.

Children must follow directions and use basic problem-solving techniques to help a small robotic bunny navigate a maze. By placing the correct tiles on the board, you tell the bunny where to go and help your furry friend navigate the maze of obstacles.

Teaching ATM Bank save 47%

Learn about counting money and using a bank with this real working electronic ATM. Children must learn to count money by inserting the specific amount that the machine requests. Learn how to count change and use an electronic machine with this great toy. For children as young as 3 years old!

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