The "Best Toys" list for the holiday season include a few items that teach about electricity or use it to operate. Here are some child-tested favorites.
National Geographic kits. The Potato Battery Kit teaches kids about electricity as they build a potato clock with a voltmeter. The Coin Powered Flashlight is an experiment that shows children how to make a battery with coins. They can watch the electric circuit in action when they turn on the ﬂashlight. Astounding Science Experiments teaches little ones about electrical engineering. The series includes several other science kits.
Kidzone Electric Vehicle Bumper Car. This motorized ride-on mini bumper car for kids lets them drive around while colliding with everything that gets in their way.
Razor Miniature Dirt Rocket. This scaled-down, electric-powered dirt bike is recommended for children 7 and older. For outdoor o.-road adventures, the bike features rear-wheel drive for weight and balance control, which helps with safety and stability.
Little Tikes My Real Jam Electric Guitar Music Toy. A realistic electric guitar, case and strap lets your little one pretend to be a rock star. It includes four “superstar play modes” that play music while your child pretends to strum.
Electronic Ride-On Excavator. A little “driver” can move the excavator with his or her legs and slide the levers to operate the motorized digger. The toy has sound effects to mimic a construction rig and includes a 6-volt rechargeable battery and charger.
Posted: 11/23/2022 11:15:19 AM