Welcome to the Glam and Glits Giveaway Hop!

Kids are back to school! Do you homeschool? Or do you utilize public or private education? As a parent we all want what is best as far as is goes with our children’s education. Kids are thriving with the STEM movement that schools are utilizing in class and with after school activities. More and more parents are looking for ways to increase their child’s exposure to science, math and the arts.

MamatheFox’s den of pups have been playing with, experimenting and learning through Stomp Rocket for many years. It’s a key toy in our outdoor STEM play.  The kids in the neighborhood love to gather and experiment with the different types of rockets (Stomp Rocket has a huge selection but the way).  One of their favorite versions to play is hopping onto the pad at different heights, with different kids who are taller or shorter.  This way the consider if the weight of the person, the length of the fall and the power of force. Each are a variable in the trajectory!

Enter for your chance to win (1) Stomp & Catch Stomp Rocket and (1) Stompin’ Science Book!



Stomp Rocket® Stomp and Catch™

Get the entire family moving outside with Stomp Rocket’s newest release, Stomp & Catch. Stomp on the pad, which makes the rocket fly, and then try and catch it in the net! Set includes four colorful foam tipped rockets, an adjustable rocket launcher stand, and a net for catching. Adjustable launcher allows kids to experiment with angles and force while getting them interested in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math).

Stompin’ Science book

Use the “Stompin’ Science” book with Stomp Rocket Launch Sets to make science a blast. Get kids interested in STEM subjects (Science, Technology, Engineering, and Math) early. These toy rocket launchers are ideal STEM toys that are fun and get your kids up and moving while they learn.


How do you think your kids will play/learn while using

the Stomp Rocket line of toys?


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