ANDERSON, S.C. –– Roylco, a leading innovator in manufacturing educational kids’ toys, proudly announces its recent accolade as “Best STEM Building Toy” in Good Housekeeping’s expert-rating “16 Best Building Toys for Kids, According to Experts.”
Good Housekeeping, a coveted source for all parents seeking quality children’s products, has turned to its in-house panel of experts to test and review hundreds of building toys over the course of the year. Roylco’s determination and commitment to bringing high quality and performing toys is a testament to its core beliefs of promoting cognitive and motor skill development through the course of play.
“We put so much thought and care into each of our toys,” says Darby Smith, Director of Business Development at Roylco, “We are deeply committed and passionate about fostering hands-on educational growth in children through play, and this recognition is extremely meaningful.”
Experience what sets Roylco apart with the STEAM accredited toy, Tubes and Connectors. With the freedom of open-ended play, children have the power to build vertically, horizontally, diagonally, and around corners through bendable-but-durable tubes all while promoting engineering, coordination, and concentration building skills. The kit includes 240 brightly colored tubes and 182 various angled connectors available for purchase on Amazon in addition to its plethora of STEAM toys.
About Roylco, Inc.
Roylco is a manufacturer of educational toys, arts & crafts products, and classroom teaching aids. As a family owned and operated business dating back to 1969, the goal is to empower educators with accessible, practical, and cost-effective products that take education from ordinary to extraordinary. Regardless of age, gender, race, culture, or physical and mental capacity, Roylco will inspire an interest of learning and creative spirit that will last a lifetime.
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