Forty British experts, ranging from neuroscientists to educators to writers, have written a public letter urging the government to step in and save today’s children from their commercialized,
Toy companies are creating dolls and toys with disabilities to represent & include differently-abled children
Diversity among dolls and toys has been a burgeoning focus in recent years, and, with the help of popular campaigns such as #ToyLikeMe, this movement now includes multiple successful efforts to include
Sky Villages interactive installation teaches kids lofty concepts about architecture & population growth
Kids’ imaginations run wild, and they are just so open to the idea of EVERYTHING being real: even villages floating in the sky doesn’t seem out of the realm of possibility. At Brooklyn
Two young brothers created safer, more kid-friendly bows and arrows, resulting in a million-dollar business!
Archery hones kids’ precision and focus, develops their fine motor skills, and it’s also a lot of fun. The downside, of course, is that putting a sharp arrow and a heavy bow into the hands of
Curiosity and an active imagination are among out favorite kid qualities, and we adore toys that encourage new ways of thinking. Morris, a stuffed anglerfish toy is a perfect example: this reversible
New-York Historical Society's Holiday Express exhibit is a magical wonderland of model trains and old-fashioned toys
Train fever among our kids goes into overdrive during the holiday season: we watch Polar Express, pull out our old model train sets and lay track around the house, and love visiting train-themed holiday
And now for a family activity to partake in over the holidays that doesn’t include shopping, eating, or arguing: stacking cats. This new, larger version of the popular balance game features six
Infinite Galaxy Puzzle can be continuously assembled in any direction in thousands of different ways
Puzzles are one of our go-to rainy and snow day activities since they keeps kids’ hands busy for big chunks of time while they polish their motor and problem solving skills. This new galaxy-themed
Celebrate the Festival of Lights with a Hanukkah menorah featuring customized dolls wearing flame hats
Kiddos love to partake in the Hanukkah tradition of candle-lighting, an integral part of the Festival of Lights, but with little ones it’s tricky because, you know, FIRE! This menorah of little
Give a kid some blocks or LEGO bricks, and she’ll build towers, bridges, castles, and all sorts of other contraptions. Give a kid an Infento, and you won’t believe what she’ll create.
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