Toys for those who love to make things, whether it’s building diggers or colouring in your own pillow case.
Pre-schoolers can play games, problem solve and learn to code via a story book with this fab Coding Critters series. £40.
Help your child develop left and right-brain skills with Artie 3000, the coding and drawing robot. £69.
Construct all sorts of diggers, cranes and machinery from a 50-piece Magformers Amazing Construction magnetic shapes set. £49.99
Over 10 different experiments to try on this cool Hape Discovery Scientific Workbench which produces a fun new machine each time. £72.
Blast off! Four space crafts to make (no glue or scissors needed) with this Make Your Own Space Mission Vehicles Kit. £19.95.
Stack the 5 pieces of this Brio Record & Play Parrot together in the right order and he will start talking! Records speech and sounds too. £24.99.
This mini Learn How To Cross Stitch Kit contains everything your child will need to create some gorgeous samplers. £10.
Pepper Mint: The Daring Escape from Hidden Island is an ingenious new story-based STEM kit. Build an island experiment and play station. Then construct a solar panel to operate a small boat to get Pepper back home. £30.
Try to recreate the capital’s tube map with this fun new Underground Lines Modelling Clay Kit. £15.
Colour in this Space Explorer Pillowcase and learn all about stars, planets and spacecraft. Wash to remove and start again. £14.95.
Build this LEGO Hidden Side Paranormal Intercept Bus and then use the app to see it come alive, literally! £48.70.