Learning Resources will debut new STEM toys at the North American International Toy Fair in New York City this week. Learning Resources has earned the STEM Approved Trustmark from STEM.org on more than 50 of its products.

Botley is a new coding robot activity set, that is 100 percent screen free, that teaches early hands-on coding skills in a fun and friendly way to kids as young as 5.

Beaker Creatures is a new line of science-themed collectibles designed to build skills and spark curiosity. It combines hands-on science experimentation with characters from planets such as: Bubble Land, Snow Globe and Big Rock.

STEM Challenges, as they’re called, will encourage a trial-and-error approach to problem solving through competitive, game-like challenges for kids.

Other noteworthy releases will include the 1-2-3 Build It! Rocket-Train-Helicopter, which includes mix-and-match pieces to create a rocket, train, and helicopter that teach early STEM skills. 

Gears! Gears! Gears! Machines in Motion, which will enable kids to build their own versions of numerous different interactive machines and vehicles incorporating special parts including a wrecking ball, chains, pulleys, and wheels

On Saturday, Feb. 17., Learning Resources will welcome KidToyTesters, Yumi and Kimi, to their Toy Fair Booth from 2 to 4 p.m.