Nurture your Jr Mendelve with these Periodic Table Building Blocks. Hand made in Michigan, these “building blocks” of chemistry are super useful. The set includes blocks that contain the entire periodic table. Teach the kids the unique element’s name, atomic number and symbol.

Teach your kids about the presidents with a Melissa and Doug 100-Piece American Presidents Floor Puzzle. This fun puzzle has all 100 presidents complete with their full names and length of service. Big and sturdy for smaller hands, this puzzle is perfect for family fun. A great teaching tool!

We are always trying to teach the kids the value of a buck. We have tried allowance, work charts and piggy banks but felt we needed something a bit more visual. We can’t wait to give the Moonjar Classic Moneybox: Save, Spend, Share a try. We love that there is a parents guide and a bank that will help teach the kids how to save and share their cash.

Keep those treasures safe with the Schylling Steel Safe with Alarm. Teach the kids important lessons in saving.  This fun kid friendly safe includes a coin slot, catch drawer, a two-number combination and an alarm. For girly savers, it also comes in pink.

Your little scientist will love exploring with Be Amazing! Test Tube Wonders. The 20 simple science experiments that are contained in unbreakable test tubes will serve up plenty of science fun. Kids will love playing with: Insta Snow, Magic sand, Growing Dinos, Energy Beads and more.

Get the kids excited about trying new fruits and veggies. The book Eating the Alphabet is adorable. This durable board book with vibrant pictures teaches young kids about foods from around the world. From apples to zucchini, there is something for everyone.

Do you have a student who loves numbers? You Can Count on Monsters is a children’s book that explains numbers through the use of geometrical monsters. There is a unique monster for each prime number and students will love trying to learn how each monster relates to his number. Math can be fun!

Indulge your mini Einstein with the Learning Resources Primary Science Set. This science kit has realistic tools and supplies that will thrill any scientist. We love the easy to follow experiments. The toddler testers were enamored with the dancing raisin experiment (raisins in soda water). Science fun for the whole family.

Love artsy photography? Give your kids an appreciation for artistic photography with the Diana Camera. The Diana produces images that are soft and dreamy. You’ll be able to shoot incredible images with multiple exposures, overlapping frames, nighttime exposures and light leaks. What a great way to shoot nature shots! It even has a panoramic and pinhole feature. It comes with an instructional booklet and hardcover book, Diana: True Tales and Short Stories, which explores the history and uses of the camera. Uses 120 film (sold separately).

Lane Smith’s picture book It’s a Book! is a playful take on growing up in the digital age. Monkey tries to explain to his buddy Donkey that he is reading a book. “How do you scroll down?” Donkey asks? Monkey has to explain that books don’t tweet, blog or text. This is a book to really teach children (and adults) the power of books.