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26 Incredibly Cool Gifts Your Kids Haven’t Gotten Yet

Kids... right... that's who I'll buy them for.

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1. A Kano DIY kit that has kids put together a simple computer that they can learn to code on.

For kids six and up!Get it from Kano for $150.
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For kids six and up!

Get it from Kano for $150.

2. An advanced version of tic-tac-toe that will have kids thinking on a deeper level.

Get it from Target for $30.
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Get it from Target for $30.

3. A stackable marble maze that's quite... a-maze-ing.

Get a set from Amazon for $34.
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Get a set from Amazon for $34.

4. A high-stakes game where you try to distribute tension across all the pieces on board.

If you move the red bar, you lose points.Get it at Target for $25.
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If you move the red bar, you lose points.

Get it at Target for $25.

5. A volcanology kit that will create some magma mayhem in your kitchen.

Get the kit from The Brain Store for $15.
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Get the kit from The Brain Store for $15.

6. An Osmo Coding set to introduce kids to computer science by having them stack blocks to control what's on screen.

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Get a set on Amazon for $50

7. Bloxels that let kids build their *own* game and create tricky levels.

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Get it on Amazon for $40

8. A kid-friendly tablet that's rugged and loaded with educational apps and activities.

Get it from Verizon for $250.
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Get it from Verizon for $250.

9. Bath toys for constructing and experimenting with different water pipe chains.

Get them on Amazon for $11.
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Get them on Amazon for $11.

10. A giant Tetris-like game that will help teach basic concepts of geometry.

Get it on Amazon for $29.
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Get it on Amazon for $29.

11. A LittleBits kit that'll have kids turning everyday objects into interactive inventions.

Get the kit on Amazon for $99
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Get the kit on Amazon for $99

12. A stacking game that's like a more intense version of Jenga.

Get it from FatBrainToys for $30.
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Get it from FatBrainToys for $30.

13. A small robot that learns and evolves the more you hang out with it.

Get one on Amazon for $180.
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Get one on Amazon for $180.

14. A tablet that uses magnets and beads to create tactile drawings.

Get one on Amazon for $25.
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Get one on Amazon for $25.

15. A simple card game that rewards players who can quickly recognize matching or clashing patterns.

Get a set on Amazon for $8.
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Get a set on Amazon for $8.

16. A crystal lab set that allows you to grow up to eight different colored gems.

Get the set on Amazon for $41.
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Get the set on Amazon for $41.

17. A puzzle sphere that will help kids develop hand-eye coordination.

Get it on Amazon for $40.
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Get it on Amazon for $40.

18. A straw construction set that'll have kids engineering life-sized structures.

It comes in packs of 400!Get a set on Amazon for $26.
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It comes in packs of 400!

Get a set on Amazon for $26.

19. A set of blocks that you can light up after you've finished stacking them.

Get them on Amazon for $37.
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Get them on Amazon for $37.

20. An edible chemistry set that uses cabbage to make fizzy drinks or color changing foaming jelly.

Get the set on Amazon for $18.
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Get the set on Amazon for $18.

21. A chalk-trailer that you can hook onto a bike to make patterns as you ride.

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Get one on Amazon for $20.

22. A DIY fluid-powered robotic arm that can rotate and pick up objects.

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Get it on ThinkGeek for $15.

23. An interactive math learning system to help kids grow their problem solving skills.

Designed to work on iOS or Android!Get it on Amazon for $23.
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Designed to work on iOS or Android!

Get it on Amazon for $23.

24. A programmable robot that you can control (and solve puzzles with) by drawing on paper.

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Get it on Amazon for $50.

25. A subscription box program that sends you projects to help kids tinker, create, and innovate.

Get a subscription from Kiwicrate for $20 a month.
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Get a subscription from Kiwicrate for $20 a month.

26. A DIY electro dough kit has kids creating and bringing sculptures to life with light and sound.

Get it from Tech Will Save Us for $29.
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Get it from Tech Will Save Us for $29.

27. A set for transforming LEGO bricks into a drone.

You control the drone using their app that's available on iOS and Android.Get it from Flybrix for $189.
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You control the drone using their app that's available on iOS and Android.

Get it from Flybrix for $189.

28. And these chalk blocks that kids can stack and draw on.

Get it from Amazon for $16.
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Get it from Amazon for $16.

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