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Parents may want to keep Ein-O's Box Kits in mind as to use as great visual aids when the science fair rolls around. Click here to learn what 8-year-old Emma has to say about the toy: http://www.cheapism.com/best-educational-toys/1174_ein_o_s_human_brain_box

Uncle Milton's Rainbow in My Room (starting at $19, Amazon) is a whimsical nightlight designed for any child who has ever dreamed of having their very own rainbow. Listen to Emma's review, as she shows you how it works.

The Science Wiz Electricity kit is a fun way to Introduce young kids to how electricity works. Read our review: http://www.cheapism.com/best-educational-toys/1185_science_wiz_electricity Starting at $14 on Amazon.com.

Scientific Explorer's kit may not exactly be mind blowing, but it's certainly not boring, even for a child tester at the top of the age range. Read more » http://www.cheapism.com/best-educational-toys#ixzz1nJgRRbK7

The Scrambled States of America (starting at $12.50, Amazon) mad our 8-year-old toy tester feel differently - and she approved!

8 years old Emma is reviewing inexpensive toys including Pee Wee Pillow . She has strong opinions on what she likes and what she dislikes about Pee Wee Pillow. To read a full written review go to Cheapism.com: http://www.cheapism.com/toy-pets

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Scientific Explorer's kit - entertaining and chidl approved. Plus, starting at only $15 it's relatively inexpensive.