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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.
Zoom in on your child’s world. Recycled-roll telescopes encourage close investigation while sharpening environmental awareness and visual acuity. Ages 3 years & older.
Feel the crunch in a good way! Aluminum foil used as an extra-ordinary modeling material will shape your child’s small muscles and divergent thinking. Ages 3 years & older.