Dan&Darci Dino Egg Dig Kit
Last updated date: June 14, 2021
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Does your son, nephew or grandson have a love of all things dinosaur? If so, you'll want to get him this 6-year-old boy toy. The dinosaur egg dig kit includes a dozen eggs that are each filled with a unique dinosaur species. Kids will love carefully digging out the dinosaurs and then matching them with the provided dinosaur learning cards.
In our analysis of 23 expert reviews, the Dan&Darci Dino Egg Dig Kit placed 2nd when we looked at the top 9 products in the category. For the full ranking, see below.
From The Manufacturer
Dig up 12 dino eggs & discover 12 unique dinosaur models: Feel like a real paleontologist excavating up unique toy dinosaurs from the dino eggs. Find a T-rex, Dilophosaurus, Ankylosaurus and much more! Once dug up, find the appropriate card describing the history and characteristics of the dinosaur. Kit includes: 12 Dino Eggs (with a unique toy dinosaur in each), 12 Chisel/Brushes, 12 Instruction Guides, and 12 full-colored beautiful learning cards - one for each dino. It all comes packaged in a sleek display box. Includes everything needed for the young scientist to excavate the dinos with ease, and gain a deeper understanding of them. 12 full-color dinosaur learning cards: Includes 12 beautiful cards, each describing the history of a different dinosaur. After digging up a dino, try to match up the appropriate card to your dinosaur and learn more about it. A fun and educational gift for all ages: It's not often that a science project can be fun and engaging, but this kit achieves both! Great set for individual play or as a group activity. It fascinates children as soon as they pull it out of the box and is a perfect STEM project. It fosters a love for science and paleontology in a fun and exciting way. STEM.org authenticated educational product: This product has been evaluated by STEM.org and has been authenticated to meet the highest standards of STEM learning. 100% satisfaction guaranteed: Love it, or your money back! We're sure that the child will have a blast, but if you are not satisfied with the kit we'll refund you 100% of the money, no questions asked.
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An Overview On 6-Year-Old Boy Toys
Just like other kids, six-year-old boys love toys. This is a good age to introduce toys that strengthen motor skills, build on learning basics and are stimulating and challenging. Toys that promote imaginative play and plenty of fun are generally the best kinds to buy.
Another important consideration when buying toys for young kids is whether an item is safe and appropriate for the child’s age group. You would not want to buy something with sharp parts, or something designed for ages 12 and up, for a boy who is six.
Look for toys that will use their small and large muscle groups, like Legos or foam rocket launchers, to help with fine motor control. Toys that fire up the imagination, like construction sets and “lab” kits are also great and provide kids with a sense of accomplishment.
The 6-Year-Old Boy Toy Buying Guide
- When considering a toy for a six-year-old boy, try to picture his face when he is opening it. Does he look thrilled or disappointed? Go with whatever toy offers the first reaction.
- You don’t have to spend a small fortune to buy a toy that your six-year-old will love.
- Instead of getting him the same kinds of toys he already has, try something different. Rather than another foam football or soccer ball, for instance, try getting him an indoor toy. You might be surprised by how much he loves it.
- If you get him a toy with a lot of small pieces, do not let him play with it in the car (or unattended anywhere), for safety.
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