Biology – the study of life. Branches of biology include: Anatomy, Botany, Ecology, Paleontology, Physiology and Zoology. Examples of biology toys include: human body models, biology labs, hydroponic kits, dinosaur sets, etc.
Chemistry & Physics
Chemistry – study of the composition, structure and properties of substances and reactions of matter.
Physics – the study of matter, energy, motion and force. Examples of chemistry & physics toys include: chemistry sets, gravity mazes, gyroscopes, etc.
Earth & Space
Earth Science – study of the physical constitution of the earth and its atmosphere.
Space Science – involves space exploration and study of natural phenomena and physical bodies occurring in outer space. Examples of earth & space toys include: telescopes, globes, space vehicle building kits, etc.
Engineering – involves the design, building and use of engines, machines and structures. Examples of engineering toys include: construction/buildings sets, engineering kits, inclined planes, levers, etc.
Math & Coding
Math – study of numbers, equations, functions, geometric shapes and their relationships.
Coding – computer programming (designing, writing, testing debugging / troubleshooting, and maintaining the source code of computer programs). Examples of math & coding toys include: video game creation platforms, toy cash register, computer kits, etc.
Robotics & Circuitry
Robotics – technology dealing with the design, construction and operation of robots. Circuitry – the science of designing electric or electronic circuits. Examples of robotics & circuitry toys include: drones, robots, circuity board building blocks, electronics project kits, etc.