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.
Find new angle then get to stepping! Seeing and moving in fresh ways will open up your preschooler’s hand-eye coordination, balance and creativity. Ages 3 years & up.
Walk a-round to see what’s round! Look up, look down, and talk about all the circle shapes your child can see. Picking out a single shape builds your preschooler’s …
Shapes, sponges, color, repeat! Making these geometric prints expresses your growing preschooler’s small motor skills, creativity and hand-eye coordination. Ages 2 years and older.
Pull off a prismatic phenomenon in seconds! Catching rainbows in a bowl gives your preschooler an incredibly simple way to explore basic science and change perception. Ages 2 years and older.
Your child’s imagination makes recycled paper rolls into inspired creatures. Creating human or animal forms combines divergent thinking and small motor skills. Ages 3 years & older
Popping bubbles delight while composing delicate prints. Create with science and color while magnifying your child’s visual acuity and audio perception. Ages 3 years & older.