The Toniebox is a screen-free, engaging audio device designed for kids that’s perfect for bedtime stories or as a music box. Place your Cinderella Tonie character on the box and it starts playing the beloved childhood classic story — Disney’s Cinderella. In addition to the story, it also features 4 classic songs from the movie. Placing a different Tonie on the box begins a new adventure. Additional Tonies can be purchased separately. Parents will love that this storytelling device is intuitive for preschoolers to use on their own. What’s cool? The Creative Tonie lets parents record up to 90 minutes of audio. You can record a story or your child’s favorite songs for playback. It’s a big hit with young ones — they’ll be reaching for it for bedtime stories instead of reaching for their screens. What’s not to love?
Tonies expands with the TonieBox Grey Starter Set + Nap Time (Bedtime Collection) set. This screen-free audio player bedtime stories and music. We love that kids can operate it on their own. Sleeptime will be more enjoyable with songs and lullabies like Hush Little Baby, Twinkle Twinkle Little Star, You Are My Sunshine, When You Wish Upon A Star, and more. Simply place the Tonie characters on the TonieBox and voila. It also features nature and white noise sounds to lull kids to sleep.
Kids First Math is a new series of 9 kits designed for preschoolers from Thames & Kosmos. The kits include activity cards and lesson guides that teach kids math, logical thinking, problem-solving, and creative thinking skills. Look for these kits in the line: Linking Cubes Math Kit with Activity Cards, Number Track Math Kit with Lesson Guide, Attribute Blocks Math Kit with Activity Cards, Number Rods Math Kit with Activity Cards, Base Ten Blocks Math Kit with Activity Cards, and more.
Designed for ages 3-6, Learning Watch Chase teaches numbers, matching, memory, and hand-eye coordination. It features 10 clock faces, 4 adventure games based on the movie, an alarm clock, timer, and more.
The Big Feelings Pineapple from Learning Resources is a double-sided pineapple that lets toddlers create a variety of expressions on either side with 30 pieces like eyes, mouths, and hands. It’s great for encouraging kids to talk about how they’re feeling, talk about their day, and practice empathy through storytelling. Bottom line, it’s a really fun way for kids to express themselves, while developing socio-emotional learning skills.
Mindful Maze Set are guided breathing exercises for little ones. It comes with 3 double-sided boards with beginner breathing exercises on one side and more advanced techniques on the other. Kids trace their finger through the maze using the tactile prompts to guide them through their breathing. So kids are inhaling, pausing, and exhaling and going around the board in that manner. It incorporates breathing and mindfulness and helps kids focus throughout the day.
The world-famous Pretend & Play Teaching Cash Register celebrates its 25th anniversary. This set includes a built-in scanner, scale, lights, sounds, voice messages, real-size play money, coin slot, credit card, and coupon card for a realistic play experience. Kids can practice early math and money skills through pretend play.
Classic toy Slinky celebrates its 75th anniversary with this special anniversary edition of the Slinky. It comes in retro packaging inspired by the original. It’s a metal toy that bounces and walks down steps while making that iconic Slinky sound. It’s classic wiggly jiggly fun. Discover the toy that has entertained generations of children. This bundle includes 3 Slinky toys.
Available in blue and pink, the Peppa Pig Learning Watch lets kids learn important time concepts. The watch features 8 different Peppa Pig clock faces. With a cuckoo clock, alarm, timer, and stopwatch, it’s perfect for building early habits.
In celebration of its 25th anniversary, The Learning Journey introduces Super Telly Teaching Time Clock, an updated version of Telly the Teaching Time Clock. It helps kids tell analog and digital time in 2 modes. In learning mode, Super Telly teaches time in 5-minute increments. When you move the hands, the LCD screen updates. In quiz mode, Super Telly instructs your child to move the hands on the clock to match the displayed time. This new version is a real working clock and alarm clock with the added benefit of offering a comforting night light.
We were always looking for Legos that came only with single pieces. That’s sort of what you are getting here with the Mathlink cubes. These single shaped blocks are not only fun to build with, but you can use them to help children visualize addition and subtraction.
Your first grader can get a head start on the concepts that she will learn in first grade with this 300+ page workbook. It’s also a good way to reinforce the skills that she in learning in school. Presented in a fun and colorful format, she will learn everything from reading skills to basic math skills. Each of the various subjects is colored coded, which allows her to easily build skills in certain subjects.
Your kids can learn to count with realistic play money. It looks just like the real thing and is very similar in size. Kids will have fun playing with this realistic money. This set includes 150 life-size bills and coins to make for a realistic play experience.
A dice game that teaches math? That’s the idea behind Thinkfun’s Math Dice Jr. In the game, the object is to roll 5 colored dice to make the target number. Kids do that by adding and subtracting the face values on the dice. The more dice that you use, the better. It’s a great way to reinforce the addition and subtraction skills that she is learning in school.
Learning Resources has taken the traditional board game and given it a fun math twist. In the game, players roll 3 dice. Two of the dice are numbered dice but the 3rd die is an operation dice. Depending on the operation die, players either add or subtract the numbers to find out how many spaces they will move on the board.
We are a big fan of learning to read in the traditional way, but this reading system from LeapFrog is a great supplement. It comes with a specially designed pen that can sound out words when you place the tip of the pen on them. The biggest problem is that you have to buy specially designed books, which limits you to the catalog of books that are designed for the system.
This 4 pack of math flash cards makes learning fun for kids. One side of the flash card features a problem. The flip side features the problem and solution. Kids can gradually build up their skills one step at a time and graduate when they are ready. At age 6, kids should be able to learn addition and subtraction. Multiplication and division come later. It’s an excellent set for developing your child’s math skills in stages.
Learning to tell time just got easier with this demonstration clock from Learning Resources. Each of the hands move separately and it has a place to write the digital time. Because each hand has a different color, it is easy to identify the short and long hand. The only problem is that the short hand is placed under the long hand, which means that it won’t be visible when the long hand is over it.
Melissa & Doug has taken boring flash cards and given them much needed character with this educational flash card set. It is designed specifically for first graders. Each of the flash cards has a couple of quiz questions on them that focus on the subjects that kids are learning in school. The fun format makes them easy to whip out whenever she has a little free time or before bed.
Your girl will have a blast playing as a teacher with this great set from Learning Resources. The set comes in a tri-fold board with a map, dry erase board, dual-sided calendar, hand pointer, gradebook, and more! The set includes 149 pieces in all that will excite young children in their creative teaching play sessions.
Now you don’t have to waste paper making photo copies of her homework with these reusable write and wipe pockets. You simply stick the page inside and she can use the dry erase markers to practice doing her homework. The best part? It saves the trees.
Nope these aren’t real coins. The best way to teach your 6 year old how to count change is with these pretend coins. Designed to be a similar color and shape as actual coins, they help your 6 year old girl visualize how to count. The best part? They won’t leave her hands all icky.
Designed for kids ages 4-8, LeapStart Go is the newest member of the LeapStart family. Fully compatible with the complete LeapStart library as well as the new deluxe activity sets, the Go is a wireless and compact device for taking the learning fun on the go. Its built-in LCD screen provides an engaging audio and video experience. By reinforcing activity lessons, the video function promotes advanced learning. Complex content is now easier for kids to understand thanks to the screen. Discover a world of learning beyond the basics with the LeapFrog Go.
Get ready for a whole lot of ‘oohs’ and ‘ahs’! View Master Classic brings back the fun of 3D viewing and learning with a new model for a new generation of kids to experience. It features bigger and brighter 3D images to make learning engaging and fun. This model features 2 Discovery Kids Endangered Species reels so kids can learn all about endangered species like the Bald Eagle, African wild dog, Bengal Tiger, and more. Fun facts are also included to complement the 3D images. Push the lever down to advance to the next image. Each reel contains 14 beautiful images and the unit is compatible with other reels.