Archives for May 2011

Shape Sorting Fun for Toddlers

One of the most amazing things I find working with children is how much these little minds and hands take in during their first year and a half of life. At such a young age, they are able to match shapes and colors, as well as to learn to complete simple puzzles. What makes the […]

A Water Fountain For the Bathtub

This is one of the coolest tub toys I have ever seen! The Yookidoo Stack ‘N’ Spray Tub Fountain has been so much fun for us in the tub. After you install 3 AA batteries, it’s very easy to turn on with the touch of the orange button. It can either float in the tub […]

The YBike Pewi: a Fast, New, Toddler Ride-on Toy!

Gavin, who is now 19 months, has learned a new word in our house over the last few days. From the moment his feet hit the floor in the morning or when we come home after daycare, he immediately runs over to the YBike Pewi, yelling, “Bike, bike!” He immediately hops aboard and starts racing […]

An Ice Cream Shop Without the Mess!

Now that Spring is full swing and Summer is right around the corner, here in the Northeast all the local ice cream stands are opening their doors for the season! So why wouldn’t your children want to use their imaginative play skills with the Learning Resources Pretend & Play Ice Cream Shop to set up […]

A Remote Control Car for Babies?

How many Dads out there can’t wait to buy their kids remote control cars? For all of you who have thought a 1 year old was too young, then you haven’t seen the Fisher-Price Lil Zoomers Shake and Crawl Racer. This sporty little race car moves forward or in circles, either by rolling the ball […]

Can You See What I See? Bingo Link

Gamewright has developed yet another great game, Can You See What I See? Bingo Link, which is geared to fine tune a child’s observational and attention skills. This game accommodates 2-4 players, ages 6 and up. Each player gets a large hexagonal gameboard with lots of different pictures, shifted in all sorts of orientations. Players […]

Fairy Tales and Play-Doh?

Recently Play-Doh has released new playsets that allow children to build and act out fairy tale adventures of Little Red Riding Hood, Hansel and Gretel and the Three Little Pigs using their Play-Doh. Each playset comes with: – 2 or 3 different containers with different color Play-Doh – Unique Play-Doh molds that allow children to […]

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