It’s that time of year! Time to look for fun tech toys for kids and adults alike! We’ve found a few that are inexpensive too!
- For the Star Wars fans, there’s Uncle Milton Death Star Electronics Lab Kit for just under $30.
- For preschoolers who are curious about their world, there’s the GeoSafari Jr. Talking Microscope – under $35.
- Then there’s the Drone Force Vulture Strike Helicopter Toy which is around $33.
- There’s always K’nex – one of my favorites! This building set has 618 pieces and is priced around $40. Plus there are so many sets that all work together.
- If your kids want to explore the moon and its craters, you might consider an inexpensive telescope. If their interest develops, you can get them a better one later on. This one is about $40.
- This cool kit lets you build 7 robots which can climb walls and windows! (This one is also just under $30.)
- I always thought it would be cool to build a radio. Here’s an AM/FM radio kit for right around $37.
- It wouldn’t be a Tech Toys list without the tried and true potato clock for about $13.
Let us know what toys you’re getting for the holidays!
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