Shopping·Posted on Dec 9, 201626 Incredibly Cool Gifts Your Kids Haven’t Gotten YetKids... right... that's who I'll buy them for.by Jeff BarronBuzzFeed StaffFacebookPinterestTwitterMailLink Andrew Richard / BuzzFeed We hope you love the products we recommend! Just so you know, BuzzFeed may collect a share of sales from the links on this page. 1. A Kano DIY kit that has kids put together a simple computer that they can learn to code on. Kano / Via kano.me 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. target.com Get it from Target for $30. 3. A stackable marble maze that's quite... a-maze-ing. amazon.com Get a set from Amazon for $34. 4. A high-stakes game where you try to distribute tension across all the pieces on board. target.com 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. marblesthebrainstore.com 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. amazon.com Get a set on Amazon for $50 7. Bloxels that let kids build their *own* game and create tricky levels. amazon.com Get it on Amazon for $40 8. A kid-friendly tablet that's rugged and loaded with educational apps and activities. verizonwireless.com Get it from Verizon for $250. 9. Bath toys for constructing and experimenting with different water pipe chains. amazon.com Get them on Amazon for $11. 10. A giant Tetris-like game that will help teach basic concepts of geometry. amazon.com Get it on Amazon for $29. 11. A LittleBits kit that'll have kids turning everyday objects into interactive inventions. amazon.com Get the kit on Amazon for $99 12. A stacking game that's like a more intense version of Jenga. FatBrainToys / Via fatbraintoys.com Get it from FatBrainToys for $30. 13. A small robot that learns and evolves the more you hang out with it. amazon.com Get one on Amazon for $180. 14. A tablet that uses magnets and beads to create tactile drawings. amazon.com Get one on Amazon for $25. 15. A simple card game that rewards players who can quickly recognize matching or clashing patterns. amazon.com Get a set on Amazon for $8. 16. A crystal lab set that allows you to grow up to eight different colored gems. amazon.com Get the set on Amazon for $41. 17. A puzzle sphere that will help kids develop hand-eye coordination. amazon.com Get it on Amazon for $40. 18. A straw construction set that'll have kids engineering life-sized structures. amazon.com 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. amazon.com Get them on Amazon for $37. 20. An edible chemistry set that uses cabbage to make fizzy drinks or color changing foaming jelly. amazon.com Get the set on Amazon for $18. 21. A chalk-trailer that you can hook onto a bike to make patterns as you ride. amazon.com Get one on Amazon for $20. 22. A DIY fluid-powered robotic arm that can rotate and pick up objects. thinkgeek.com Get it on ThinkGeek for $15. 23. An interactive math learning system to help kids grow their problem solving skills. amazon.com 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. amazon.com Get it on Amazon for $50. 25. A subscription box program that sends you projects to help kids tinker, create, and innovate. kiwicrate.com 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. techwillsaveus.com Get it from Tech Will Save Us for $29. 27. A set for transforming LEGO bricks into a drone. flybrix.com 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. amazon.com Get it from Amazon for $16. Can't get enough gift ideas? See every single one of our gift guides for 2016 here. Want even more great product suggestions? Sign up for BuzzFeed’s Gift Guide Newsletter! If you can't see the signup box above, just go here to sign up for the BuzzFeed Gift Guide newsletter!