58 Science Gifts For Teens
1. Board Game
This 500-piece jigsaw puzzle is just the right level of challenge for families with children of all ages. It’s sure to provide hours of memorable, quality entertainment. Artist Lydia Ortiz’s illustrations introduce children to important people in history while not being too complex for preschoolers.
2. Password Box 3D Puzzle
This is another fun gift to build with your teenager. This time you are going to build a mini replica password box that comes to life when it’s finished. The kit has 158-pieces and takes around 4 hours to complete.
3. STEM Toys for 8 Year Old Boys
This space robots energies can be powered by the sun or battery. This robot kit includes a solar power panel that collects solar heat energy into an electric energy drive motor, the other is battery-driven apply for indoor or outdoor use. Regardless of the weather, kids can enjoy the fun of building toys.
4. STEM Sun Robot Kit
A cute and kitschy gift for a 9-year-old boy who is into science or robots! This STEM sun robot kit has all the components necessary to build 12 different types of solar robots. The best part? It’s fun to build!
5. STEM Building Blocks Robot
This 2-in-1 remote control robot building kit can be assembled into a battle tank or a walking robot. It features two large motors and weapon systems that can be remotely controlled. When the RC toy is activated, the Gatling gun and laser cannon weapons will rotate and make sounds, the eyes can emit different colors of light, the eyebrows can rotate, and the battle will be triggered at any moment.
6. STEM Toys 6-in-1 Space Solar Robot Kit
This STEM toys solar robot kit can build 6 different innovative building models including Space Station, Space Explorer, Space Rover,Space Shuttle, Astronaut and a space dog. The project offers an educational experience celebrating the science of astronomy and space exploration for kids.
7. DIY Solar Powered Robot
This kit has it all! It’s a robot, an alarm clock, a music player, and so much more. The coolest part is that it runs on solar power! All you have to do is charge the included battery once a day for about 6 hours of charging time. Want to make technology fun for your 9-year-old? This could be the gift!
8. Jurassic World Velociraptor Toys
This is a super cool gift for any dinosaur lover. It’s a battery operated, remote control velociraptor that walks and moves like a real dinosaur! You can also use it as a toy/toys if you don’t want the chaos of the walkie-talkies.
9. STEM Kit
This stem robotics kit for kids can build more than 12 different types of robots by themselves which helps children build a solid foundation in Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics at an early age. The parts can be easily disassembled after completion of one robot kit.
10. Mixing Color Cube
This is a great DIY gift for kids that love experimenting with colors. You could have them create artwork using only the mixed colors and it will look amazing when they are done. Also, this toy has so much potential for fun experiments like changing the angle of the light to mix different colors or creating rainbows inside!
11. Solar System Kit
What’s better than one robot? A whole bunch of robots! This solar-powered, DIY kit lets kids build 12 different types of Mars and Earth rovers, satellite dishes, flying saucers, and space stations. All they need is a little patience and sunshine.
12. Be Amazing! Toys Weather Science Lab
This is a great beginner activity for science. Learning about the climate and how to chart it will help them understand the weather better when they’re older. This would be fun to do as a family and learn more about each other’s areas of expertise.
13. Kawaii Baby Night Light
A nightlight for a baby or toddler is always useful but this one is super cute and comes in five different colors so it can match any nursery. The light is soft and won’t cause any eye strain so it’s safe to use while breastfeeding. Since the light is on a remote control you don’t have to get out of bed to change the color or brightness which makes this an excellent gift for new parents.
14. DIY Solar-Powered Ferris Wheel
This wooden 3D puzzle toy models an actual ferris wheel that can be assembled with a static motor or powered by the included solar panel. A great way to teach kids about renewable energy!
15. IQ Chain Puzzle
If you’re looking for a gift that will truly test their minds, this chain puzzle is it! Each link has a different design and shape so they’ll never be able to figure it out. It helps with hand-eye coordination and attention to detail. A great gift for the logic lover in your life!
16. DIY Solar Robot Kit
This solar-powered robot kit lets kids build 14 different types of robots from just one set. Choose from a dog, beetle, crab, duck, rabbit, ship, or space shuttle–then go head to head with the neighbor’s kid! A great way for kids to discover their interests and passions.
17. 13-in-1 Solar Robot Kit
Aurora World’s STEM 13-in-1 Solar Power Toys is a great DIY toy for kids. It helps kids develop their imagination, build skills and learn something about science and technology. You can get ideas from this kit on how to make different types of robots that can move on land or water.
18. Beat That! Paperball Challenge
This game is all about getting satisfaction from beating a challenge that seems impossible. You get to challenge your friends or family members in solo challenges, battle royales, buddy ups, and duels. There are 160 different challenges for you to test out your skills on.
19. Hand Eye Coordination Game
Pindaloo is a juggling game which is both challenging and fun. Whatever your age, you’ll hone your motor skills and improve your hand-eye coordination as you master the basics of play, and go on to develop YOUR own cool tricks! This unique game helps kids build confidence while having fun in the yard or backyard. It’s great for parties, family gatherings or just an afternoon activity to do together as a group.
20. Digital Watch
With fashion appearance and fashionable sport dial designed for kids, children boys and girls, our digital watch is perfect gift for 6-15 year old boys and girls. Our Kids watch has various functions: Dual Time Display, Alarm Clock, Stop Watch, LED Luminous, Calendar Date Window, 50M Waterproof. Any child will like it.
21. LED Bike Wheel Lights
There’s no better way to be seen while riding your bike at night than with the most popular cycling accessory—LED bike wheel lights. These are the #1 best-selling LED bike wheel lights you’ve seen and love! Attract attention and compliments wherever you go.
22. Beginner Microscope Kit
Microscopes help kids to see things that adults can’t see and it can be a great educational tool. This microscope is an excellent birthday gift for those children who are just beginning their science journey. It offers high magnification with clear images, which makes it a good fit for younger kids.
23. Kids Against Maturity Card Game
Dear Evolved Parents, Kids Against Maturity is the perfect parental tool to approach playtime and family time. Are you sick of the same old dated games every game night? This instant classic was made and played by parents like you. With age-appropriate toilet humor and funny innuendos for the adults, it can be enjoyed by all ages. Best results when played with 4 players or more.
24. STEM Building Set
A building set with a difference – it looks like the thing it’s built to mimic, albeit with four wheels and an electric motor. The instructions are easy for kids 8 and up, but no matter how hard they try, your kids won’t be able to beat the robot walkie-talkie!
25. Lego Architecture London Skyline Building Set
If you’re a fan of the iconic buildings and landmarks of London, then this is one of the best Lego building sets we’ve seen! The set has over 500 pieces and includes five landmark buildings from the National Gallery to Big Ben. It makes for an excellent gift as it will be enjoyed by generations to come!
26. Geode Kit
This would make a great gift for that budding mineral collector. Geology doesn’t get more exciting than breaking open rocks and finding crystal treasures. A great STEM activity that also makes an excellent gift for girls and boys!
27. Solar System Kit
This is a great kit to learn about STEM concepts and how to convert sunlight into energy to power a moving car. It includes all the parts necessary to build one solar-powered car plus detailed instructions. Recommended for kids age 8 and up.
28. Smart Robot Car
An educational STEM kit for kids to get hands-on experience about programming, electronics assembling and robotics knowledge. It is an integration solution for robotics learning and made for education.
29. Lemon-Powered Clock
This is a great science experiment to do with your kids. There are copper and zinc plates, wire, and a clock. The only thing you need to add is a lemon (of course). Recommended for kids ages 7+ This would make an awesome birthday gift!
30. STEM Kit
This is a great DIY science kit that encourages kids to get outside and explore. It includes everything they need EXCEPT THE CHEMISTRY! The reactions can be done in the kitchen or the playz lab. This would make a great Christmas gift for those kids who love to cook and experiment!
31. Human Anatomy Puzzle
What better way to learn human anatomy than by putting the pieces back together! This third volume of a three-volume set features the largest cavity in the body, the gastrointestinal (GI) tract, and its major organs—the liver, gallbladder, small intestine, stomach, and pancreas. The GI system includes nerves that control digestion so that when you put these various organs back together they function as a whole organ.
32. Hanes Beefy-T
A classic unisex t-shirt makes for an easygoing gift. Classic colors and prints add a dash of variety to his collection. Made from 100% cotton, these are sure to become his go-to favorites.
33. Science Experiment Kit
This science kit comes with 52 experiments, 36 pages of instructions, and 51 ingredients. It’s a great gift idea for those kids that love learning new things! With this tool box in hand, you will be able to help your child learn about basic chemistry and electricity. Also included is information on chemical reactions, chemical transformations, electric currents, combustion, explosions, and more.
34. Smartphone App-Based STEM Building Set
This is a great DIY building kit that will help your kid learn all about electricity, magnets, and more. You can build almost anything you can imagine with the 4000+ piece building blocks!
35. Science Kit
What could be better than using science to blow things up? Using science to explain why things go boom! This hands-on kit uses real scientific principles to create explosive experiments that will amaze and impress your little one’s friends.
36. Table Top Robot
The 4M table top robot introduces STEM mechanical and robotic engineering concepts through an entertaining and accessible science kit. The hands-on activity for kids ages 8-14 to learn the basics of robotics by constructing a working crab mechanism. It scuttles under its own power and changes direction when it encounters an obstacle. Requires one AAA battery (not included).
37. National Geographic Magic Kit
If you’re looking for science kits that will pique your child’s interest in the field, then this is one of the best and coolest ones we have come across. It includes 20 experiments with detailed instructions to help your kids discover a variety of scientific phenomena.
38. Shape Sorter
A learning toy that is both fun and educational. Toddlers will get more than a playtime exercise! This shape sorter can teach toddlers colors, numbers, shapes, time, and much more. The perfect gift to help your child with those important preschool skills.
39. Brain Freeze
A game that’s fun for the whole family! Players have to be crafty in order to win, but they don’t have to break the bank. The goal is simple: be the first team to correctly guess all members of your opponent’s team. There are two boards, so it can easily be played with a friend or relative over the phone or internet.
40. Star Wars Coloring Book
This is a great gift for the fan of adult coloring books andstress relief. It’s also a great way to spendtime with your kids if they are bored and always anxiousto do something. This would be especiallyhelpful for those times you have to wait around at anevent or facility where coloring is allowed. Thegoal is to let off steam and relax a bit, whichhelps everyone in the long run.
41. My First Coding & Computer Science Kit
This is a great gift for kids who are interested in computers or coding. It’s not just a toy; it helps with learning! This kit offers lessons on binary numbers, encryption, and more.
42. Solar System Art
A solar system art project is a great way to get kids interested in astronomy. This kit includes everything you need to create your own little model of the solar system, including real glass pieces that absorb and reflect light just like planets do in our actual solarsystem.
43. DIY Ornament Kit
A fun Christmas gift for the creative types – this shrinkable ornament kit offers an almost endless supply of quirky ornaments to create. Create a garland, string them on ribbon for a bouquet, or make some cute snowmen with these guys.
44. Fingerprint Kit
A fascinating science kit that could spark a lifelong interest in forensics. The kit contains ten (10) fingerprint cards, dusting powder, stamp pad, brush and twenty (20) stickers used for collecting fingerprints. Store everything in a sturdy plastic case.
45. Magnetic Levitation Kit
This science kit teaches kids about magnetic force through several fun, hands-on experiments. Experiments include floating a pencil, levitating a screw, building a maglev train, and more. The kit contains all the materials necessary for performing the experiments found in the box.
46. Potato Clock
A silly toy, but a really educational one – a science kit for kids that makes learning fun! This 4M potato clock teaches kids about electricity by using the power of two ordinary potatoes. The instructions are easy to follow and it’s great for budding scientists to experiment with.
47. Astronomy T-Shirt
If you’re looking for a present that will truly impress the astronomy buff in your life, then this customized apparel t-shirt is the ticket! Show off your passion for space while getting everyone else to chuckle with its witty one-liners. Made from high quality, 100% cotton material except gray/black which is 90% cotton / 10% polyester.
48. Never Bet on Black Superhero Socks
Never Bet on Black These socks are super funny and most science geeks love them because they are colorful, comfy, and make a great gift for a teacher or professor of any age. The print is black and the socks say “Never Trust An Atom. They Make Up Everything” at the bottom of the foot.
49. Fidget Cube
Anxiety and stress can make it difficult to concentrate, especially during a boring task. This toy is designed to help people with these issues by providing a fun outlet while also exercising the mind. The click-and-chat features can be programmed to engage in different ways, changing the focus of your concentration.
50. Bubble Science Kit
For the budding scientist, this kit will get them interested in science at an early age. It includes experiments such as creating unbreakable bubbles and a giant bubble. Also included are instructions for other experiments including making bubble gum and more.
51. Crystal Growing Kit
Crystal growing is a great science that incorporates many subjects, including math, art, and chemistry. This 4M crystal growing kit makes it easy for kids to learn about this fascinating subject by doing it themselves.
52. Science Kit
A hands-on science kit for kids that builds understanding of basic principles of mechanical and structural physics. Kids will build 20 different models that teach about force, load, compression, tension and more.
53. DIY Stem Rocket Kit
Ready, set, launch! This STEM-themed kit lets kids build and fly a homemade water rocket. It uses the power of water pressure to shoot the rocket up to 90 feet in the air.
54. 4M Weather Science Kit
This hands-on science kit introduces kids to key environmental concepts through fun, interactive experiments. The kit includes detailed instructions and all the necessary supplies for six different experiments.
55. DIY Solar System Kit
If you’re looking for a fun gift idea for a kid who loves astronomy and space then this 3D glow-in-the dark solar system mobile kit might be just the thing. With detailed instructions it will take about an hour to assemble the whole thing and then another 30 minutes to paint it all. Once it’s done, he’ll love showing off his new creation to friends and family alike!
56. Throw Blanket
This ultra-soft flannel fleece throw blanket is a lot warmer than it looks! It’s generously sized at 60 to 80 inches and makes for the perfect extra layer on cold days. One side is plain, making it suitable as both a throws blanket and bed cover; while the reverse has an attractive print that doubles as an accent piece.
57. Cool Cone Lights
Cool Neon is a young and dynamic company located in San Diego, CA. We specialize in creating high-quality novelty neon signs for use in night clubs, bars, offices, and homes. These ice cream cone neon signs are not only fun but also functional as they plug into an outlet and glow with LED lights!
58. Inflatable Toy Air Car
Did you know that 80% of 4-year-olds have at least one fear? The balloon is inflated, the car can move on the ground, or the astronaut can fly into space. It’s a unique toy that will be enjoyed by everyone in your family.