MEandMine is all about creating new play experiences for children ages 3-8+ that make children’s journeys of self-discovery just as fun, messy and marvelous as the magic they’ll find inside.
MEandMine Magic Set includes two adventures that merge imagination-based stories with STEAM powered tactile explorations for little ones to discover all the magical ways their body and emotion work to take care of them and help them grow.
[1st Adventure: FISH OUT GERMS]
The magic starts with a storybook through which children learn about the amazing healing power of the human body and the unique roles played by platelets, white blood cells, germs, and more! The entertaining tale is presented in such a way to bring abstract concepts to life with intuitive and playful adventures, and, indeed, they take it all in with wide-eyed enthusiasm. Next, through building hands-on projects, little learners repair a ruptured vessel, build a magnetic fishing rod and use it to fish out all the germs from the vessel pond. Once built, kids discover the inner working of their bodies. And as they find out what they’re made of, they’ll learn to love all their gifts and quirks, letting them face the wild road of life ahead with excitement, creativity, and resilience.
[2nd Adventure: iLUV’S COLOR GEARS]
The fun kicks off with reading a mission-packed story to help a special robot on her journey of discovering all types of emotions. The unique story is presented in such a way to bring the most abstract concepts to life with intuitive and playful interactive experiences with iLuv. Through the building of iLuv, the expressive cardboard robot friend (all components included), children will learn to recognize 6 basic emotions, understand emotion-related facial and body traits, and discover a million and one reasons to love all the weird and wonderful feelings inside. Once iLuv is built, the excitement continues as children can use iLuv and provided game cards for charades and role play with situations. The everyday fun practice empowers our little ones to explore playful ways to communicate how they feel and how it’s okay to feel all emotions, even the difficult ones.