We all hope we’re coming to the end of this harsh winter, but we’ve found a secret weapon for keeping the kids occupied during these last snow days: D-Torso’s animal cardboard puzzles.
Remember the Rubik’s Cube? That challenging, fun, brightly-colored logic puzzle that meant HOURS of problem-solving, “can’t put it down” addiction? It’s received a modern
Building blocks for all the urban babies out there! Blockitecture hand-painted blocks look like the facades that many of our kiddos see every day, so they are sure to love this set (now available for
“If it can’t be reduced, reused, repaired, rebuilt, refurbished, refinished, resold, recycled or composted, then it should be restricted, redesigned or removed from production.” Those were the words
Make some room on your coffee table for this beautiful heirloom alphabet puzzle. 26 different fonts help your mini graphic designer get a grasp of her ABC’s in style. Available in appealing shades
Tree Hopper Toys has created several Tots-approved toys with their philosophy that kids are active learners who just need simple tools to help them explore the world to the fullest. Their latest venture
The Nautical Aye-Aye Decke Blanket Keeps Pirates and Sailors-in-Training Cozy & Inspires Great Adventures
Ahoy there! Fronted by parents and product designers (who also dreamed-up a moustache mobile!), Jäll & Tofta created this over-sized blanket for pirates, sailors, or anyone who craves the life
Brinca Dada believes toys should be pretty to look at as well as fun to play with, and we’d say they’ve accomplished their mission several times over. Their latest creation is Constructures blocks,
Image Courtesy of Shutterstock School’s out (or almost out!) for summer! Which means your local library’s summer reading program is about to begin. Signing your kids up for this free program
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