My girls recently received the Primary Science Lab Set from Laddine. After searching their website, the lab set was the very first one my toddler gravitated towards. She kept saying she wanted to investigate and use the magnifying glass, she also LOVES to mix and pour water into different containers, so I knew that she would love this set. The set also comes with actual science experiments that you can do with your little ones.
A complete set of basic scientific instruments that includes a beaker, magnifying glass, funnel, eyedropper, flask, tweezers, goodles, large 6″ test tube, two small test tubes, and stands.
All the instruments are jumbo sized so that they can be easily handled by your child’s small hands, minimizing the chances of drops or spillages.
All included pieces are made from durable and safe materials so that you can rest assured they are suitable for your little ones.
If you haven’t heard of Laddine, I suggest heading over to their website and checking them out. They have all sorts of different learning and educational toys for kids of all ages. When I set out to purchase toys for my kids I always pass on the hard plastic, colorful toys that are made just to distract and occupy. All of the toys I get for my kids have some sort of educational benefit. That is why I especially love Laddine, everything on their site is made for the purpose of enhancing your child’s development in some way.
Here is a little more about Laddine, the company.
Laddine is an online platform that specializes in innovative and educational toys. Their beliefs are that quality and creative play is the key to helping your children unleash their full potential. Laddine employs a rigorous and multi-stage selection process overseen by a team of child development psychologists. It ensures that all their toys are not only fun to play with, but also help kids develop and sharpen the physical, cognitive, and social skills that they need for future success. Additionally their innovative skills system helps our customers quickly and visually identify the particular skill sets targeted by a toy.
In other words, they do all the research so that you don’t have to waste their valuable time trying to figure out if a toy is more than just a time filler and exactly what benefit it brings to children.
Here are some photos of my little one conducting some experiments. 🙂
Also, be sure to check out the Laddine Blog where readers share their thoughts and musings on the world of creativity as well as helpful parenting tips.