3D printing could help kids simultaneously learn more about technology and expand their creative skills.
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Our latest Top 5 showcases the top of the class in innovations for children.
A new social robot has been designed to reduce symptoms of anxiety and increase attention levels in kids with autism.
Wearable tech company launches dedicated chipset for 4G kids’ smartwatches to meet the evolved needs of connected families.
Chinese startup has created an instant, mixed reality experience for children to take them away from constant electronic device use.
South Korean design studio has developed a children’s furniture line to inspire self-learning and creative construction.
An original clothing range that fits babies as they grow has recently won the UK James Dyson Award.
American car rental company has developed a prototype vehicle in which every surface can be colored-in to keep kids busy.
UK startup has created a dough which allows electricity to run through it, helping children enjoy science and technology.
After a successful Kickstarter back in 2015, Austrian startup Robo Wunderkind is getting ready to release its robot building kit this August.
French DIY giant Castorama has made Magic Wallpaper, the first ever interactive wallpaper that can tell kids a multitude of different stories.
AI-enabled Woogie answers questions, plays interactive games and has the ability to engage in conversation.
The Meal Monsters educational app, which teaches children about healthy eating and cooking, is looking for funding to expand its operation.
The Qmod Energy Kit teaches children about everyday sources of power and includes a card game and tips for running experiments, including coding.
Conservation society Sea Shepherd has released the Pollutoys, a line of plush toys that show children the effects of plastic pollution on marine life.
The Kumiita droid trains youngsters in logic and problem solving by navigating panels which represent different programming commands.
A new crowdsourced venue review app is specifically for parents, and finds cafes, playgrounds, museums, and more with good facilities for their kids.
Piper is a DIY hacker toolbox that teaches young people to build real electronics while playing Minecraft.