School time is ahead of us, and this is an ide­al time to devel­op the tal­ents and abil­i­ties of the child. To do this, you can use a vari­ety of edu­ca­tion­al games and sets, because they will both cap­ti­vate the child and help him mas­ter new oppor­tu­ni­ties. That is why we have select­ed sev­er­al play and cre­ative sets with which your child will nev­er get bored.

  1. Mag­net­ic mosa­ic Mag­neti­cus

The mosa­ic con­sists of 654 small pieces in 11 bright col­ors, which will allow you to assem­ble 40 dif­fer­ent com­po­si­tions in accor­dance with the sam­ple. Mosa­ic allows you to devel­op fine motor skills, cre­ativ­i­ty, patience, and at the same time is great for learn­ing col­ors. As a basis for the mosa­ic, a dark field is used, on which any detail is notice­able, and the mag­net­ic coat­ing of the ele­ments is secure­ly fixed on it. The mosa­ic is stored in a box with a valve, from where it is not so easy to lose details.

If desired, you can use mag­nets on any met­al sur­face, includ­ing a black­board or refrig­er­a­tor door.

The excit­ing game Mag­neti­cus is suit­able for chil­dren from 6 years old, for ele­men­tary school stu­dents and just cre­ative kids.

  1. Ship­per Col­or by Num­ber

This craft kit is equal­ly suit­able for both chil­dren and adults. It allows every­one to feel like a real artist, and at the same time, get a work of art, home dec­o­ra­tion or a gift as a result. The col­or­ing book is intend­ed for chil­dren from 6 years old and is espe­cial­ly suit­able for those who want to learn patience and care­ful use of the brush. The set con­sists of a sheet of mul­ti-lay­ered card­board, which in appear­ance resem­bles a can­vas. In addi­tion to it, the kit includes acrylic paints of the required col­ors in tight­ly closed plas­tic con­tain­ers, and a soft brush that allows you to accu­rate­ly work with col­or. To eas­i­ly find the col­ors you need, you will need to stick spe­cial mark­ers on the con­tain­ers, after which you can col­or in a cer­tain sequence, depend­ing on the type of draw­ing. Col­or­ing will help you bring up an artis­tic taste in your child, give him an inter­est­ing cre­ative activ­i­ty and, of course, instill con­fi­dence in your child’s abil­i­ties.

Among the var­i­ous col­or­ing options, one can sin­gle out both styl­ish com­po­si­tions and still lifes, as well as mas­ter­pieces of world paint­ing.

  1. Kinet­ic Sand

Kinet­ic sand play set — based on the use of a new and unusu­al mate­r­i­al that is suit­able for chil­dren’s cre­ativ­i­ty. Kinet­ic sand does not stain the sur­face, does not dry out and is able to retain its prop­er­ties for a long time. It is envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly and safe for chil­dren, pre­vent­ing the appear­ance of bac­te­ria, thanks to its struc­ture. The set con­sists of a small play­ground, a mass of sand in two dif­fer­ent col­ors and spe­cial molds. With the help of sand, the kid will be able to cre­ate sand sculp­tures with­out leav­ing home. The assort­ment has two options for the set — dinosaurs or pup­pies. A fun activ­i­ty suit­able for boys and girls over three years old, but that’s not all the sand is good for. It is also a great relax­ing rem­e­dy for adults or hyper­ac­tive chil­dren. Kinet­ic sand will allow you to devel­op sculpt­ing and sculpt­ing skills with­out leav­ing dirt and marks on the sur­face of the table.

  1. Knit­ting sta­tion Cra-Z-Knitz

Needle­work is always a fas­ci­nat­ing and inter­est­ing activ­i­ty. And knit­ting is per­haps one of the most sooth­ing and reward­ing hob­bies. In addi­tion to the fact that in a child it allows you to devel­op fine motor skills, patience and imag­i­na­tion. The Cra-Z-Knitz set will help you cre­ate styl­ish and warm acces­sories such as a scarf, hat or leg­gings. In addi­tion, the kit includes a spe­cial instruc­tion that will teach the child to knit and teach the nec­es­sary tech­niques. The kit includes sev­er­al sets of mul­ti-col­ored fan­cy and fleecy yarn, a round knit­ting loom, a long knit­ting loom, a cro­chet hook and a knit­ting nee­dle. The child will def­i­nite­ly be pleased with the bright styl­ish col­ors of yarn and acces­sories. The set is also suit­able for adults who want to learn a new needle­work skill, pick up a new hob­by or just relax in their spare time.

  1. Choco­late Egg Sur­prise Mak­er Set

A game set for mak­ing choco­late eggs with a sur­prise is a real gift for a child. Use­ful and fun, this set comes with a cus­tom set­up that lets you cre­ate a hol­low choco­late egg at home. With just a few sim­ple steps, your child can cre­ate their own gifts for friends or treats for hol­i­days like East­er. You can put any sur­prise inside, and you will have the oppor­tu­ni­ty not only to spend time with your child, but also to teach him the intri­ca­cies of work­ing with choco­late. The Choco­late Egg Sur­prise Mak­er mini-fac­to­ry will not only be a nec­es­sary pur­chase, but also a great gift for every­one who is fond of cre­ativ­i­ty and strives for cre­ativ­i­ty.

  1. Has­bro Play-Doh Play­set

Play-Doh is a spe­cial set for cre­ativ­i­ty and games, which includes plas­ticine and a set of toys on one of the top­ics. You can choose from Frozen, My Lit­tle Pony, as well as sets with a fire truck or imi­ta­tion pas­tries. Every­one knows that plas­ticine mod­el­ing helps chil­dren devel­op fine motor skills and pre­pare them for sculp­ture. With the Play-Doh set from Has­bro, sculpt­ing is much eas­i­er. You can choose a ready-made kit with molds and items for mod­el­ing or buy addi­tion­al plas­ticine in inter­est­ing col­ors. Edu­ca­tion­al or enter­tain­ing kits allow you to teach your child new skills or help them learn let­ters, num­bers and shapes through play. Make learn­ing sim­ple and fun, add a play­ful ele­ment to every­day tasks. Plas­ticine is rec­om­mend­ed for chil­dren from 4 years old and is suit­able for both boys and girls, just choose the right set and delight your child with new games.

  1. DohVin­ci Art Kit

Anoth­er inter­est­ing set for cre­ativ­i­ty from Has­bro, this time it allows you to con­nect fan­ta­sy and imag­i­na­tion, as well as devel­op artis­tic taste. DohVin­ci is a kit that allows a child to dec­o­rate a chan­de­lier on their own. The kit comes with a base for dec­o­rat­ing an exquis­ite form, and you can dec­o­rate it with a spe­cial hard­en­ing mass. The mass is sup­plied in sealed pack­ag­ing, so that pre­ma­ture dry­ing is pre­vent­ed in advance. You will also teach your child how to work with a styler — a spe­cial tool that is used for dec­o­rat­ing and allows you to dec­o­rate the form with mass. An amaz­ing­ly cre­ative activ­i­ty with this set will allow the child to devel­op motor skills, learn accu­ra­cy and atten­tive­ness. As a result, you can get a beau­ti­ful item that can serve as a real dec­o­ra­tion for a child’s room and is suit­able for games. The DohVin­ci set is designed for chil­dren ages 6 and up, or for teens who are into needle­work. Accu­ra­cy and per­se­ver­ance will help the baby cre­ate a real piece of art.

  1. Stik­bot Ani­ma­tion Stu­dio

If your child does not just want to cre­ate, but wants to show their own cre­ativ­i­ty in the game, then the ani­ma­tion stu­dio Stik­bot is ide­al for them. In order to cre­ate var­i­ous videos on your own, in addi­tion to the kit, you only need a smart­phone and a spe­cial­ly down­loaded appli­ca­tion from the App­Store or Google Play, which will allow you to edit the video. The kit includes a sta­ble smart­phone stand and a stage, as well as two Stick­bot fig­ures that can stand on their own and can take dif­fer­ent posi­tions. The stu­dio is entire­ly made of child-safe mate­ri­als, and the fig­ures are 8 cm in size, so even when the child is not mak­ing a video, he can play with the stick­bots. Devel­op your child’s cre­ativ­i­ty and let him feel like a real direc­tor with a spe­cial set. If you want to expand the pos­si­bil­i­ties, you can always pur­chase addi­tion­al fig­ures and acces­sories that will allow your child to make even more fun and excit­ing videos.

  1. Cray­ola Col­or Pops Draw­ing Mat

If your kid loves to draw very much, but strives to real­ize his art on wall­pa­per or direct­ly on the floor, then it is not at all nec­es­sary to lim­it his cre­ative impuls­es. On the con­trary, sup­port the tal­ent and pur­chase a spe­cial draw­ing mat. The Cray­ola Col­or Pops draw­ing mat will allow you to exer­cise cre­ative impuls­es any­time, any­where. On the plas­tic sur­face of Cray­ola Col­or, you can draw with spe­cial felt-tip pens, and it is very easy to remove the draw­ing using a spe­cial brush, which is also includ­ed in the kit.

That’s not all, because you can car­ry the rug with you. Thanks to its design, it folds eas­i­ly and turns into a very thin fold­er with a pock­et for stor­ing acces­sories. With such a com­fort­able rug, your lit­tle one can draw when­ev­er he wants, and you won’t have to wor­ry about the safe­ty of wall­pa­per sur­faces or floors at all. You will help a young artist to devel­op his own tal­ent with­out lim­it­ing his abil­i­ty to express him­self.

  1. Mechan­i­cal wood­en con­struc­tor Ugears

For the most patient kids who love build­ing with blocks and build­ing mod­els, you won’t find a bet­ter gift than a spe­cial wood­en con­struc­tion toy. 3D wood­en puz­zle from Ugears allows you to col­lect var­i­ous three-dimen­sion­al fig­ures, while every­thing is cal­cu­lat­ed to the small­est detail. That is why the mech­a­nism is sol­id and func­tion­ing. A lot of small parts in the kit are not dif­fi­cult to assem­ble into one whole, thanks to the detailed illus­trat­ed instruc­tions, avail­able in 7 lan­guages, includ­ing Russ­ian. Assem­bly is car­ried out with­out the use of glue, all parts are clear­ly sized. The ele­ments are made of ply­wood, so the con­struc­tion kit is envi­ron­men­tal­ly friend­ly and safe for the child, but keep in mind that the set is not suit­able for small chil­dren, as it includes small parts. The assem­bly takes 4–5 hours, depend­ing on the com­plex­i­ty of the design­er, but as a result you get a spec­tac­u­lar mech­a­nism that will become a great toy or dec­o­ra­tion. Ugears is an incom­pa­ra­ble hob­by for atten­tive chil­dren.