(PRWEB) November 7, 2004
With the holiday season quickly approaching, gift giving is on everyoneÂs mind. What better gift to give a child than one that is useful, educational and, best of all, fun? Studies have shown that educational toys and games are beneficial to childrenÂs intellectual and physical development. The potential for problem solving, creativity and social interaction all increase as a result of this sort of stimulation.
The large selection of Do-It-Yourself kits at Edmund Scientifics (http://scientificsonline.com/default.asp?SID=PR1104)provides hours of entertainment while instilling children with applicable science knowledge and a curiosity about how things work. From Make-Your-Own- hot sauce, chocolate and root beer to Build-Your-Own- light saber, roller coaster and robot, thereÂs sure to be something to spark the interest of any child, as well as adult.
Edmunds Scientifics has been in the business of science fun and discovery for years. With the ongoing popularity of do-it-yourself programs and projects, itÂs the perfect time to highlight EdmundÂs line of Do-It-Yourself Science Projects http://scientificsonline.com/category.asp?c=421302&SID=PR1104). Remaining true to their vision of combining science education and fun, these kits provide varying levels of learning and lots of fun.
Among the most popular Do-It-Yourself kits are the Make Your Own Hot Sauce kit (http://scientificsonline.com/product.asp?pn=3097700&SID=PR1104), which allows you to test your taste buds; the Elementary Chemistry Set (http://scientificsonline.com/product.asp?pn=3052000&SID=PR1104), where even elementary students can set up their own experiments; the Brew Your Own Root Beer Kit (http://scientificsonline.com/product.asp?pn=3053212&SID=PR1104), which brews four
gallons of delicious old fashioned root beer; and the Ultimate Robot Kit (http://scientificsonline.com/product.asp?pn=3082627&SID=PR1104), the giant kit that includes almost everything needed to construct four instructional robots and one customized robot.
In addition to Make-Your-Own kits, Edmund also features a large line of Construction Kits (http://scientificsonline.com/category.asp?c=421300&SID=PR1104) that allow children to build their own toys. Among these are several KÂNEX kits (http://scientificsonline.com/category.asp?c=424343&SID=PR1104), as well as kits from Erector, KnuckleStrutz, LogiBlocs and Fischertechnik. These Construction Kits are also appealing because of the wide range of products from beginner to very advanced and from young to old. Regardless of interest or age, there really is something for everyone.
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