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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.

Fun St. Patrick’s Day Activities for Kids

by on Friday, March 11, 2016 12:30:00 PM

St. Patrick’s Day is one of the most beloved and anticipated holidays for children nationwide. For children, this fun holiday centers around leprechauns, good luck, shamrocks and rainbows. This year, we have compiled a list of fun, family-friendly, and educational kids’ activities for St. Patrick’s Day that you can try on March 17th. Consider one or more of these great ideas this year to participate in this enjoyable holiday. Learning on St. Patrick’s Day Any day is a good day for learning and...


Hands on Games to Teach with Building Blocks

by on Wednesday, March 09, 2016 12:58:00 PM

Look into the playroom of many children across the country and you will likely see at least one thing in common: the presence of building blocks. To be sure, a set of building blocks is often considered one of the best toys to help young children in various areas of development; with a set of blocks kids can learn how to construct various buildings, can learn about the basics of construction, and can even develop a rudimentary understanding of some of the most simple concepts within the world...


5 Toys to Help Your Little Scientist Learn

by on Sunday, March 06, 2016 5:03:00 PM

In the modern era, few areas of study are more important than that of science, as well as all of the sub-categories it includes. To be sure, much of the world’s development is now being spearheaded by scientists who are devising methods to increase lifespans, utilize renewable energy, and optimize and enhance virtually everything else to improve the quality of life for individuals worldwide. Of course, becoming a scientist with such motivation and ability takes a significant amount of time...

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How to Create Kids’ Lunch, Dinner & Bedtime Routines at Home

by on Thursday, March 03, 2016 10:01:00 AM

Most parents would likely agree that their children are more productive and behave better when they are able to adhere to a specific routine. To be sure, when kids are able to follow a given schedule, they are often less prone to act out and misbehave, and more likely to stick to the task at hand, whether it is a homework problem, helping out with the dishes, or even brushing their teeth in the morning. And routines don’t necessarily have to be about chores; in fact, you can set productive...

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How to Create a Family Dinner Planner

by on Wednesday, March 02, 2016 12:48:00 PM

Many assert that breakfast is the most important meal of the day, especially for little ones. But 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, if not more so. To be sure, 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...

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Not Your Dad’s Toy Racetrack: 5 Creative Racetrack Sets

by on Monday, February 29, 2016 12:28:00 PM

As parents, many of us look back on the racetrack sets we had as children with fond memories of fun and exhilaration. To be sure, the racetrack sets we possessed allowed us to witness our toy cars rocket around in circles, flying around the corners and reaching record-breaking speeds (for toy cars, at least). Without real cars of our own, this was the next best way to satisfy our need for speed. But while the racetrack sets we had as children may have been a hit then, modern era track toys have...


How to Create Kids’ Morning and Playtime Routines at Home

by on Friday, February 26, 2016 7:00:00 AM

Although each individual child may vary, ultimately, children (and adults) thrive on routine. Kids’ who have a set schedule throughout the day will possess a sense of stability regarding their lives, which often leads to a decrease in behavioral issues and has a positive effect on their performance in school, relationships with friends, and numerous other areas. Of course, there may be certain times when following a set routine is impractical or even impossible, such as in the event of an...

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Using SCAMPER as a Creative Exercise for Kids

by on Wednesday, February 24, 2016 9:02:00 AM

As parents, we often strive to help ensure our little ones growing and developing during their most formative years. To be sure, we provide them with educational books and activities, arts and crafts sets, and other tools necessary to help make sure they acquire a well-rounded education. But in addition to giving our children material items to help them develop as individuals, we can also assist them by presenting new ways to approach problems they face, as well as different methods of thinking...

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How to Build Your Racecar with These Seven Sets

by on Monday, February 22, 2016 10:51:00 AM

Not all kids’ racecars are built the same. To be sure, some racecars may be designed and built for speed, while others may be specifically constructed with fashion and aesthetics in mind. In general, however, most racecars, whether they are built for speed or looks, are assembled by the manufacturer and arrive in a nice plastic package. But wouldn’t it be great if your little ones could take existing materials and build a racecar set all on their own? In fact, this is possible with one of the...

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Learning Shouldn’t Stop After School – Tips for Parents

by on Friday, February 19, 2016 7:00:00 AM

As parents, we often devote a significant amount of our own time to ensure that our children learn as much as possible during their younger years. We may provide them with reading games when they are younger, assist them with their homework throughout school, and help them study for exams as they move through higher grades. And, of course, many parents have reward systems for students who perform well, from showering kids with praise, to other, more tangible benefits. But as we focus so much...

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