While growing up in Singapore in the 1970s, designer Chan Wai Lim spent a lot of time playing with farm animals as well as wooden toys. She combined these two nostalgic elements of her childhood to create
Raise your hand if you’ve taken a swing ride with your baby or kiddo on your lap? The Expression Swing makes it possible to now see your little one’s face light up while you enjoy a tandem
These gorgeous tin canister puzzles from Petit Collage have a crafty little design secret: the tin canister that houses the puzzles also does double duty as a coin bank. Whether your child digs space
Petit Collage’s new pop-out and color sets have an added twist that sets them apart from their previously released pop-out sets — kids can now color the characters and the scene themselves.
Our kids climb all over us all day long: while waiting to pick up big brother at school, in line at the grocery store, even at the park despite there being loads of available play equipment. The moral of
Artist and industrial designer Dino Sanchez’s work features clean lines, minimalist style, and a zen vibe. He brings this same sensibility to his first kid-friendly product, TOTEMS, a set of blocks
Captivating children’s book “Curious Critters Marine” showcases stunning photography and fascinating facts about ocean dwellers
David FitzSimmons is a photographer, writer, and professor, and his Curious Critters books combine his expertise in all these areas to make for a stunning, award-winning, and kid-friendly learning
Kids: you’re never too young to make a difference, or to become a comic superhero. When a superhero-loving 11 year-old girl recently wrote to a comics giant asking for more female superheroes, she
What looks a little like a robot, a lot like a turtle, and can create amazing, detailed, and impressively-sized sand art in the shape of animals and designs? It’s the Beachbot, a newly unveiled
Hello Barbie: The world’s first talking Barbie boasts memory recognition and the ability to have two-way conversations
She’s had a reputation for decades for being a little plastic and fake, but Barbie may finally have a chance to show some personality, even if it’s artificially engineered. After years of not
Taiwan bans iPads for kids under age 2 and fines parents who don’t restrict electronics usage for kids under 18
We’ve said it before and we’ll say it again: screen time for kids has gotten out of control in this country. While the American Academy of Pediatrics recommends no screen time for children
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