Has Your Child Stopped Napping At Daycare?

My son is almost 4 and attends daycare full-time during the school year. Every day after lunch they have rest time for a few hours. However, we recently ran into some trouble because Gavin had stopped napping during rest time. Let’s just say Gavin doesn’t have the “lie there and look at the ceiling” type […]

Speakaboos is a Fun Way to Promote Literacy For Preschoolers

Disclosure: In order to facilitate this post, I was provided with a free year of web and app access to Speakaboos, a fun way to promote literacy for preschoolers and any child who is learning to read. When I was a child, I had Sesame Street, and books from the library.   I also clearly remember learning […]

Usbourne Books: High Quality Educational Books for Children

Years ago I went to a convention and was introduced to Usbourne Books, high quality children’s books that are generally only available through home parties and independent sales consultants. Recently my son’s school had an Usbourne Book fundraiser through Wonderfun Books and portions of the proceeds were donated back to his daycare so the school […]

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 […]

Where’s Walrus?

Since Valentine’s Day is around the corner, I’ve been struggling with the idea of whether this is a gift giving holiday or not. It seems that no matter what as parents we decide, there will be friends and family members in our lives that turn these little holidays into these types of gift giving events. […]

ToyQueen’s Top 12 Holiday Toys for 2009

With the holidays fast approaching and in the spirit of gift giving, I’ve created a list of my 12 favorite educational toys. Toys were chosen based on their ability to combine fun, and developmental value over time. Most of these toys have multiple uses and can be used with a variety of different age groups! […]

Do I purchase the Leap Frog Tag Jr. or Tag Reading System for a 3 year old?

My best friend called as she was searching for a holiday gift for her nephew, who happens to be three years old. Her question: do I purchase him the Leap Frog Tag Jr. Book Pal or the Tag Reading System? Based on the age suggestions for each product, he is on the older range for […]

Leapfrog Tag Junior review by Toy Queen

Leapfrog Tag Junior is a great way to foster the love of learning and reading for 2-3 year olds. The Tag Jr. set comes with the book pal and a board book. 5 different books can be downloaded to the same book pal through the use of a USB cord that comes in the package. […]

Gamewright Can You See What I See Review Toy Queen

Can You See What I See? Gamewright game review by ToyQueen. Educational card game that helps you learn how to visually scan images & match. Tweet

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