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12/12/202008/11/2021

Spirograph

Promotes creativity Practice math skills Exercises fine motor skills Enhances hand-eye coordination and dexterity Expressing one’s artistic side doesn’t require skillfulness. Arts and crafts time is meant for people to let their creativity and imagination loose. They are an activity that helps relieve stress and take time to clear the mind. Children benefit from this...

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09/14/202008/11/2021

Rainbow Puzzle Ball

Foster color recognition Enhances logical thinking and memory retention Exercises fine motor skills and hand flexibility Stress relief Sometimes learning can feel like a building puzzle, connecting bits of information until the lessons becomes a clear picture that makes sense. Games and brain teasers can be tools to help build that puzzle. They are great...

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08/17/202008/11/2021

I SPY Games

Develop Memory retention Detention to details skills Work on vocabulary Reading Device I Spy board games and books are not only great source of entertainment but also great tool for learning. Educators and parents like to play this game because of its many schooling applications for subjects such as learning about dinosaurs, numbers, animals, or...

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07/07/202008/11/2021

Benefits Of Talking Microscope

Engages problem solving skills Encourages perception Promotes cognitive practice Practices memory The Talking Microscope is a great way to introduce animals and greenery from around the world to children at a young age. It encourages improvement in problem solving skills while engaging in perception, cognitive practice, and memorization. Flora and fauna can be fun for...

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06/14/202008/11/2021

National Geographic Balance Stepping Stones

Foster balance and coordination Develop motor skills Enhance visual perception Practice concentration Taking their first steps children are always moving forward as they grow and learn. In early learning, exercising fine and gross motor skills is a fundamental part to the learning process. It is proven that physical activity helps children do better in school....

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05/25/202008/11/2021

Colored Wooden Sorting Maching Stacking Game

Develop fine motor skills and hand eye-coordination Build sorting and matching skills Learn shape and color recognition Foster balancing skills Sorting and matching skills are part of the cognitive skills that help develop the foundation for reading and math. It is important for toddlers to be able to distinguish similarities and differences of the objects...

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05/19/202008/11/2021

Peg Number Boards

Associate numbers with quantities Learn counting and number recognition Develop fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination Foster concentration skills Pegboards are wonderful toys that can be integrated to the classrooms or to independent study. Like many hands-on learning tools, pegboards are meant to be interactive and entertaining. Engaging children in learning, games and toys like...

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05/10/202008/11/2021

Little Tikes Real Wooden Train Table Set

Develop fine and gross motor skills Foster problem solving Promotes creativity and imagination Builds social skills and communication All aboard the train to the learning station. Train Tables Sets are wonderful toys that can serve as learning tools to help children recognize and understand various concepts such as counting and vocabulary. Like many other hands-on...

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04/29/202008/11/2021

Pick Me Up, Piggy!

Build social skills Develop memory skills Promote imagination and creativity Farm animals have been present in learning, part of the educational curriculum. They are a fun subject that help children to be entertained and actively listening. Parents and educators use games centered on these animals to make their classes interesting. Board games are a good...