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Kids love to learn through play. We want to help facilitate and foster a life long love of learning through fun games, educational toys and hands-on activities.

Improving Balance, Coordination, Core Strength & Stability

by on Monday, October 03, 2016 2:40:00 PM

Balance, coordination, and stability: these are three skills that children develop as they grow older, and characteristics that are absolutely integral to so many other aspects of life. These three strengths are necessary for children to learn how to crawl, walk, and run, throw and catch a ball, and perform various other activities that children do on a daily basis. Of course, by simply growing older and interacting with the world, all children will develop these strengths. That being said,...


Creative ways to dispose of Old Toys

by on Wednesday, September 28, 2016 3:25:00 PM

You may be floored to hear a toy company say this, but we agree that you can have too many toys. In spite of your best efforts, even pleading with friends and family to stop giving you toys, you may have toys everywhere in your house. As toys slowly take over, first the kids’ rooms, then the basement, play area, garage, living room, and on, you may start thinking about how to get rid of the less loved toys. Getting rid of toys is a twofold battle, sneaking them out before the kids see you, and...

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Painting Rocks is Fun for the Whole Family

by on Wednesday, September 21, 2016 9:20:00 AM

You may have seen some pictures of painted rocks on art websites, but you don’t have to be a fine artist to paint interesting and fun rocks with your kids. We have collected our favorite rock painting tips and ideas for your family, so you can spend a rainy day or lazy weekend painting rocks in beautiful, silly, and touching ways. Preparing Rocks can easily be purchased from most craft stores cheaply. When you buy them, you also won’t have to worry about scrubbing them or breaking local and...


Halloween Costume Ideas for Kids and Crafts to Match

by on Friday, September 16, 2016 12:33:00 PM

Halloween is just around the corner, it is hard to believe with the beautiful weather that many of us have been having. You’ve probably seen the spooky displays in many stores. If you have been thinking about Halloween costumes for your kids, look no further than Imagine Toys. The great part about our costumes is that they can be used all year around for playing dress up. Cinderella Dress This beautiful Cinderella dress is sure to make your little one feel like a princess. Comes in sizes that...


How to Make Cooking at Home Easier and Eat Out Less

by on Thursday, September 15, 2016 7:55:00 AM

You've probably heard a thousand times that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, especially for little ones. While a hearty breakfast may provide our children with enough energy to last throughout a day filled with fun activities, an evening dinner with the family is just as significant. A healthy dinner helps revitalize our children after a day at school or elsewhere, and helps prepare them for extra homework or nighttime activities, or even a restful sleep to get them ready for...

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Arts and Crafts to Develop Creativity

by on Monday, September 12, 2016 3:48:00 PM

September 14th is national Live Creative Day. At Imagine Toys, creativity is a highly held virtue that leads to strength in problem solving, self-expression, and happier lives. In order to celebrate and develop creativity, we want to show off our favorite art toys that will help your little ones burst with creative ideas. Crayola Window Art Designer Nobody wants kids to draw on the walls, but if your kids are old enough, they can create beautiful stained glass on your windows with the Crayola...


Cooking with Kids of all Ages

by on Friday, September 09, 2016 8:41:00 AM

September 13 is national Kids Take Over the Kitchen Day, and to celebrate we want to talk about ways that your kids, even littles, can help you in the kitchen. Teaching kids to cook and to enjoy cooking is a gift that will last their entire lifetime. They will use the skills they learn as kids nearly every day of their lives. You may be surprised what kids are capable of in the kitchen from a young age. But with rules, supervision, and a little trust, you can be acting as sous chef to your...


How to Stop Yelling at Your Kids

by on Tuesday, September 06, 2016 3:33:00 PM

No parent wants to yell at their kids, and most of us feel really bad when we do yell. You may wake up and think to yourself that you will not yell today, only to blow your fuse when the whining starts or around the 10th time you’ve asked them to do something that is still not done. Even we are not sure that it’s possible to stop yelling at your kids entirely, we are human after all, but we do think less yelling is possible. Try some of these steps to stop yelling at your kids: Me Time We...


Teach Kids about Different Jobs for Labor Day

by on Friday, September 02, 2016 9:30:00 AM

Ask any child what they want to be when they grow up and you will likely be presented with a handful of different answers. Some will want to be doctors, nurses, moms, dads, teachers, rock stars, athletes, EMTs, and more! Since Monday is Labor Day, it is a great time to have some fun with your children while helping them learn about some of the possibilities available in the future. Dressing up can help kids understand the world around them and the roles that different jobs play in it. It also...


How to Teach Kids to Share without Forcing

by on Wednesday, August 31, 2016 12:01:00 PM

Teaching kids to share is an important part of parenting, we all want kids who are polite and good citizens. Toddlers are generally sharing averse, and teaching them to share is difficult. Most experts agree that most kids under three are low on empathy, which is a large part of sharing. Around three, kids start developing empathy and that is when they really start to comprehend sharing, though it doesn’t make it easier. Imagine if you were driving to work one day, and at a red light someone...


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