Electronic science kits used to be a relatively snoozy staple in toy stores, but recently they’ve “exploded in popularity,” retailers reported to TDmonthly Magazine. One reason: Girls are buying them in record numbers.
These kits are “totally different from the normal school curriculum and really make kids think and explore,” pointed out Greg Bonner, owner of Heights Toy Center in Little Rock, Ark.
“Kids just love to experiment,” added Neil Ramyad, assistant manager at Zittles and Zitomer in New York City.
Find out what kits are getting young scientists fired up in next issue of TDmonthly Magazine.