Say goodbye to toys that are ignored after a few uses! Today we’ve got eight easy rules for purchasing preschool toys that are built to last and to engage your child’s creativity.
A smidgen of salt plus paint equals magic! Magnify your preschooler’s small motor skills and visual acuity with this creative experiment. Ages 3 years and older.
Toys, toys, toys. U.S. consumers spent over 26 billion dollars in 2016 on toys. Knowing about super toys and how they fit your preschoolers growth is the best way to get the most bang for your buck.
Turn that cup downside up! This piece-of-cake puppet brings your child’s hand-eye coordination and originality to life with just 2 materials. Ages 3 years & up.
Take paper plates through the looking glass to find silly and fantastic hats of all kinds. Your preschooler will discover adventurous uses for everyday items while honing their small motor skills and hand-eye coordination. Ages 3 years and older.
It’s a snap to make instant, engaging– and re-usable!– finger painting toys with your plastic bags. Plus, squishing paint around stirs up your preschooler’s science learning and small motor skills. Ages 2 years and older.