Your seven year old will love this fun magnetic calendar from Melissa and Doug. This set features two magnetic boards and kids can have fun updating the date, temperature, upcoming activities, holidays and more. The set includes 82 magnetic pieces. Learning such important life skills early on, you’ll never miss a beat.
If you want to teach your child responsibility, the Deluxe Wooden Magnetic Responsibility Chart is a fantastic set. Teach them things like saying ‘please’ and ‘thank you’ to helping with the chores and more. Your family can decide what responsibilities to focus on. From there, your child can track his or her progress toward meeting the pre-determined goal. Rewards and kudos can be assigned accordingly. Wonderful set promoting good behaviors and teaching responsibility as well as goal attainment.
Let the conversations begin with Tabletopics! Recipient of a toy award, Tabletopics is a family fun game featuring a variety of questions. Parents are sure to learn something new about their child that they probably wouldn’t have otherwise discovered. With over 130 fun questions, what are you waiting for?! Let’s get the conversations started!
Teach your 7 year old valuable money skills with the award-winning Moonjar, a 3-part moneybox. The box is divided into three compartments – Save, Spend, and Share. Which one will you place your allowance in?
At age seven, that is the perfect time to teach kids handy life skills with this tool set. Honey, who shrunk the tools? These are kid-friendly tools perfect for their smaller hands and even tight spots. They are durable and feature comfortable grips to make any job simple.
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.