02 Dec2020April 30, 2021
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Smart Stages Piggy Bank

Smart Stages Piggy Bank

Engages motor skills Encourages perceptive listening Practices counting Partakes in critical thinking Introducing the Smart Stages Piggy Bank to children introduces them to number of educative subjects that will benefit how they learn, memorize and count. They will partake in perceptive listening through the toy, alongside the practice in counting and cognitive thinking. Using the...

30 Nov2020April 30, 2021
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BENEFITS OF THE AQUA MAGIC DOODLE MAT

BENEFITS OF THE AQUA MAGIC DOODLE MAT

Engages in creative play Teaches spelling Practices perception Develops social skills Having a place as a child to express your ideas is important for children’s development at an early age, implementing cognitive tools to learn and grow are easy ways to pursue access to smarter future. The Aqua Magic Doodle Mat is a great way...

26 Nov2020April 30, 2021
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Mental Blox

Mental Blox

Fosters critical thinking skills Develop problem-solving Exercise fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination Practice following directions and verbal skill A good way to fight boredom is to keep the mind active with brain teasers. Exercising the mind and maintaining the cognitive skills sharp. Children benefit from this kind of play since they are developing their...

08 Nov2020April 30, 2021
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Magnetic Memory Training Game

Magnetic Memory Training Game

Develop memory formation Foster matching skills Develop thinking skills and concentration Build social skills and vocabulary Memory games, time after time, have been prover to be great mind exercises to make brain agile. In early development, it is important that toddlers train their memory skills. Starting with memory formation, all the skills that have to...

07 Nov2020April 30, 2021
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Crazy Scientist Board Game

Crazy Scientist Board Game

Exercise critical and logical thinking Develop hands-eye coordination Enhance social skills Board games are unconventional tools for learning. They can work cognitive skills, motor skills or any skill needed for a specific class subject such as grammar or math. Board games can be played anywhere at any time. They can be part of the lesson...

06 Nov2020April 30, 2021
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Woodpecker Feeding Game Toy

Woodpecker Feeding Game Toy

Develop hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills Learn color recognition Foster creativity Build counting skills Like the early bird gets the worm, Woodpecker Feeding Game is a toy that foster early learning. Toddlers’ develop their cognitive skills naturally through play which prepares them for school and life. Parents and educators use educational toys to exercise...

03 Nov2020April 30, 2021
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Dragon Market

Dragon Market

Sharpen math skills and counting Foster logical and decision making Improve strategic thinking and planning Promote cooperative play and build social skills Board games are a great hands-on learning tools to keep children engaged and entertained. Bringing everyone to a same room to have fun and test their skills. Dragon Market is one of those...

29 Oct2020April 30, 2021
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Don’t Dump Dumpty Game

Don’t Dump Dumpty Game

Learn to recognize numbers Enhance math skills Fosters spatial awareness and fine motor skills Builds social skills Humpty Dumpty’s popularity has been an inspiration of many games. Using Humpty Dumpty and other characters from the nursery rhyme is a good way for children to participate in learning exercises in an entertaining way. Moreover, parents and...

09 Oct2020April 30, 2021
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Wikki Stix

Wikki Stix

Foster creativity Learn recognize colors, numbers, letters, and shapes Exercise fine motor skills Stress relief Wikki Stix is a hands-on learning tool that helps class become interactive. Like many other arts and crafts materials, Wikki Stix is versatile and fun to play with. It is important that children not only observe and listen but also...

12 Sep2020April 30, 2021
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Daniel Tiger’s Welcome to Main Street Game

Daniel Tiger’s Welcome to Main Street Game

Develop fine motor skills and coordination Practice counting Build social skills When learning is presented in a game, children respond to it enthusiastically. Games serve as hands-on learning tools that help kids be focused and actively listening. Parents and educators integrate board games and other similar activities to keep children entertained and engaged in the...