Amazon Prime Day Deals on STEM Toys for Babies and Kids

Toys to boost baby’s brain even when you’re on a budget.
ByStephanie Grassullo
Associate Editor
Jul 2019
toddler playing stem toy blocks
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ICYMI, it’s Amazon Prime Day and we can’t stop adding all of these incredible baby deals to our cart. In addition to baby gear and diaper deals, the two-day savings celebration also includes discounts on a handful of brain-boosting STEM toys for babies, toddlers and preschoolers. These traditional toys are tech-free, and encourage little learners to use their problem-solving and creative thinking skills. Check out our favorite picks below.

STEM Toys for Babies

Buy it: Skip Hop Baby Treetop Friends Activity Gym: $59, normally $75

Buy it: Wiggles The Clown Rattle: $4, normally $8

Buy it: Melissa & Doug Flip Fish Baby Toy: $11, normally $17

Buy it: Skip Hop Bandana Buddies Baby Activity and Teething Toy with Multi-Sensory Rattle and Textures: 20 percent off, normally $15

STEM Toys for Toddlers

Buy it: Melissa & Doug Deluxe Jumbo Cardboard Blocks: $22, normally $40

Buy it: Gizmovine Train Toy: $24, normally $30

Buy it: Pretend Play Construction Tools with Lights and Sounds: $22, normally $27

Buy it: TOP BRIGHT Shape Sorter: $24, normally $30

STEM Toys for Preschoolers

Buy it: Cash Register with Grocery Accessories: $21, normally $30

Buy it: Magformers My First Animal Jumble 60Piece Set: $42, normally $60

Buy it: Melissa & Doug Top and Bake Wooden Pizza Counter Play Food Set: $26, normally $50

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