This iPhone robot named Romo combines cool tech with a great robotic personality.
These wooden spacecraft models from Papa Foxtrot represent five real-life satelltes orbiting Earth.
The remote-controlled K9 and Dalek from Underground Toys make a great "pet" for any 'Dr. Who' fan.
This "MoonScope" from the Nancy B.'s Science Club line by Educational Insights is a great introductory telescope.
Kids can be chemists when they create their own markers in this new kit from Crayola.
These talking bears named Cody and Cora can learn kids' names and birthdays, and be updated as kids grow.
The Imaginext Apptivity Fortress from Mattel is a castle toy that can connect to an iPad for even more fun.
A dragon made of Laser Pegs LED light-up blocks was on display in the lobby at Toy Fair 2013.
The Mindstorms EV3 set from LEGO offers impressive robot-bulding possibilities, inlcuding the giant and dragon shown here.
A new 4D Vision kit on display at Toy Fair 2013 lets you build your own International Space Station, complete with a docked space shuttle.
Mars in My Room is a wall-mounted light up Mars for your bedroom that even has the locations of NASA landers marked.
This iPad art studio lets kids paint, draw, stamp and color in a variety of creative themes that can even be animated.
No special supplies are necessary for these do-it-yourself science experiment cards, which only require regular household items to bring science to life.
"CSI" fans can channel their inner forensic scientist with this new detective miscope kit.
These build-em-yourself space-themed robots are powered by solar panels.
The InnoTab 2 Baby is a tablet computer designed for the youngest set, with an extra chubby stylus and age-appropriate games and learning activities.
Galaxy Squad is a whole new line of LEGO building kits themed around an insect-based alien race.
This science-themed kit from Uncle Milton's Marvel line lets kits make their own Arc Reactor like Iron Man.
Fans of the "Big Bang Theory" television show might want their own 8" action figures of its stars.
These remote-controlled robots fight each other with boxing gloves.