Melissa & Doug’s My First Magnetic Calendar is a fun-filled calendar that allows families to track activities, special events and more! The set includes 82 magentic pieces on one board. The main board can be updated with these pieces. It’s a great way to demonstrate how to stay organized and keep track of daily events.
This Responsibility Chart is fantastic for promoting good behavior from your child. Together parents and their children can establish up to seven goals. Goals can be things like ‘Say Please and Thank You’ or Clean your Room, for example. These goals can then be tracked over the course of the week. Parents can assign rewards for achieving the set goal. Phrases and words like ‘Well Done!’, ‘Excellent!’, and ‘You’re A Winner!’ are some examples of positive reinforcement. It’s a fun way to visually see where your child can improve.
It’s never too early to teach your 6 year old about money and how to save. Your little one can learn how to budget with the Moonjar money box. The money box is divided into 3 different segments. Whenever she gets an allowance, she can put a little in spending, saving, and sharing.
Does she love taking things apart? This stubby set of tools are perfect for her little hands. It includes 4 tools: a hammer, wrench, a flat head screwdriver, and star screwdriver. Your future construction worker is going to love having a set of her own tools.
Curious Chef makes a line of high quality kitchen utensils that are specifically designed for kids. These are not pretend toys but can actually be used in the kitchen. Your little chef can finally help in the kitchen with this apron and mixing set. What will she bake?
Kids don’t want to wash their hands long enough? With the pandmic sanitizing your hands for at least 20 seconds is more important than ever. Make washing their hands fun with Crazy Aaron’s Hand Sanitizer Clean With Color. It changes colors as you scrub, scrub, scrub to let kids know when to rinse off their hands. Now you don’t have to worry about your kids not washing enough. They’ll actually want to wash their hands more than ever. For children under 6, parental supervision is advised.