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- STEM Toys For Boys And Girl - STEM toys encourage kids to develop skills in the core disciplines of science, technology, engineering, and mathematics.NextX Clear color 3D building tiles is designed for boys and girls 3 years old and up,encourage kids to learn STEM skills while having fun.Kids learn colors and shapes while playing, develop their creativity and mind in new ways.
- Play and Learn -This 3D magnetic tiles toys set can be combined into many patterns, such as alphabet,castle ,dogs, planes ,and other construction. Fun and entertaining, perfect educational presents for school age children that will never go out of style.
- High quality And Safety - Only used non-toxic ABS plastic food grade material is used; Smooth edge of each magnetic tile will never hurt your baby. Easy to construct since it has magnet sticks together. Easy to put away for storage since it comes with a bonus storage bag to store all those pieces.
- Compatible With Other Brand -Totally 32 pcs: including 4*equilateral triangle,4*long triangle,8*right angle,16*quadrangle, triangle, 1*Storage Bag.Compatible with other similar-size tiles, such as Magformers and Picasso, etc.
- NextX 3D building tiles Conforms with toy safety standards and has already obtained the certificates: ISO 8124-1 Safety of toys; EN71-1 Safety of toys; ASTM F963 Standard Consumer Safety Specification for Toy Safety.
Helpful Books & Magazines:
The Night Before My BirthdayPenguin. 2014
The Night Before My Birthday captures all the excitement and anticipation that every child experiences in the lead-up to their special day. The decorations are up, the table is set, and the food is ready - but what happens when there is an ice cream emergency? Once again Natasha Wing has written a story that is sure to appeal to every child getting ready for a birthday. The book is told by and seen through the eyes of the birthday child, so it is gender neutral and a fun gift for any birthday girl or boy.
Changes, ChangesSimon and Schuster. 2012
The little wooden couple are happy in their building-block house—until it catches fire. The solution? They transform the house into a fire engine! But then there’s so much water that they have to build a boat.... The very youngest can “read” this charming, wordless picture book all by themselves.
How to Build a DinosaurPenguin. 2009
A world-renowned paleontologist reveals groundbreaking science that trumps science fiction: how to grow a living dinosaur Over a decade after Jurassic Park, Jack Horner and his colleagues in molecular biology labs are in the process of building the technology to create a real dinosaur. Based on new research in evolutionary developmental biology on how a few select cells grow to create arms, legs, eyes, and brains that function together, Jack Horner takes the science a step further in a plan to "reverse evolution" and reveals the awesome, even frightening, power being acquired to recreate the prehistoric past. The key is the dinosaur's genetic code that lives on in modern birds- even chickens. From cutting-edge biology labs to field digs underneath the Montana sun, How to Build a Dinosaur explains and enlightens an awesome new science. From the Trade Paperback edition.
ScranimalsHarper Collins. 2002
We're sailing to Scranimal Island, It doesn't appear on most maps.... Scranimal Island is where you will find the fragrant RHINOCEROSE, the cunning BROCCOLIONS. And if you are really, really lucky and very, very quiet, you will spot the gentle, shy PANDAFFODIL. (You may even hear it yawning If the morning's just begun, Watch its petals slowly open To embrace the rising sun. So put on your pith helmet and prepare to explore a wilderness of puns and rhymes where birds, beasts, vegetables, and flowers have been mysteriously scrambled together to create creatures you've never seen before -- and are unlikely to meet again! Your guides -- Jack Prelutsky, poet laureate of the elementary school set, and two-time Caldecott Honor artist Peter Sis -- invite you to join them on an adventure you will never forget!
Game OverVintage. 2011
More American children recognize Super Mario, the hero of one of Nintendo’s video games, than Mickey Mouse. The Japanese company has come to earn more money than the big three computer giants or all Hollywood movie studios combined. Now Sheff tells of the Nintendo invasion–a tale of innovation and cutthroat tactics.
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