Teach STEM Learning and Education Enrichment Through Toys and Play


Thinking back, what was the last project that you constructed? What was the very first project that you ever constructed? I can say with great pride that the last project that I ever constructed was a Star Wars AT-AT Walker for/with my five-year-old son. I/we worked quite diligently on this primitive version of a wannabe replica of the Galactic Empire's All Terrain Armored Transport vehicle. And, yes, it still stands today, intact and collecting dust. Using constructive play to teach STEM learning and education enrichment, Lite Poppers™ will never be found collecting dust!

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Teach STEM Learning and Education Enrichment 
Through Toys and Play with Lite Poppers™


"From a simple base, Lite Poppers™ allows young engineers to use their imagination to build a unique creation, and there are virtually no limits to what they can create with Lite Poppers™!"


Creations will put mechanics into motion with Lite Poppers, inventive, new construction toys that twist, pop, glow. Simply give your project one touch of the touch sensor to light up the LED base, and a second touch to activate the flashing lights. The individual sphere building blocks can be popped into each other or into the base and feature a USB rechargeable base with auto-shut off. Designed by an ingenious dad and his identical twin sons, with an innovative groove pattern built into each spherical piece, constructing with the shapes by sliding and rotating multicolored building blocks around each other, expands creations in any direction. 






In addition to all of the benefits of early experience with STEM learning, the educational enrichment benefits from playing with a discovery toy that will "Twist-Pop-Glow", such as Lite Poppers™ include-

Math Skills

During play, kids will develop and strengthen emerging math skills including grouping, adding, subtracting, matching and sequencing. These stepping stones lay the foundation for the comprehension of more advanced math skills in the future.

Reading Skills

Vocabulary, language, and reading skills are cultivated as kids begin to verbalize characteristics such as- size, shape, colors, comparisons, themes and additional details in storytelling.

Develop Relationships

Unstructured play helps to build social skills while cooperatively working to problem-solve and share with others during the planning, discussion, and building process. These interactions establish the primary principles for social development.

Hand-Eye Coordination
Fine and gross motor skills are strengthened through the manipulation of various parts with little fingers and hands and lots of hand-eye coordination. Understanding spatial relationships through experimentation and observation are essential to learning.

Building Models

Encouraging little learners to grasp the concept of creating projects by following instructions and to design unique creations stemming from imaginative play help to create a balance in creative development.

Computer Skills

Technology is incorporated into our daily lives and learning computer skills begins in early childhood education. Demonstrating computer knowledge, comfort and ease of use prepares little learners for future educational technology.

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