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Everything’s coming up STEM these days, and that’s a good thing. Amazon joined the fray yesterday by launching its STEM: Toys & Games section of the site.

“We chose these toys because they have clear goals and encourage kids to learn STEM skills while having fun,” the site reads.

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If you haven’t already, you can check out the curated STEM products on the site. Games start for ages preschool and up, and there are even editors’ picks, and top picks are featured when you open the page.

Toys and games range from your basic chemistry and rocket sets, to a “Trash Robot” and Goldie Blox, all displayed in an easy-to-navigate grid, which, we imagine, makes it more fun for kids to browse, too.

Go ahead and take a look.

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