LEGO is an essential part of childhood, and it helps to develop some necessary skills. So, what’s better than a science experiment with LEGO? This science kit teaches your child all about chain reactions and how movement works. You’ll get an 80-page instruction booklet along with 33 LEGO pieces. This kit gives you the chance to build incredible designs that you can play with balls, string, and even paper ramps. This specific experiment toy is targeted to children eight and up. Monitor the use of small elements such as the balls, and you’ll have a lot of fun working as a family or even just your kids on building a fantastic chain reaction.
A. M. Thomas says, “Wow! Not sure who is having more fun, my husband or the kids (5 and 7 years.) They love engineering, building, projects, and more. If you are like-minded, this shouldn’t disappoint.”