Here is a list of top toys we've compiled from your suggestions over the past few months. Let us know if we've missed one of your favorites!
1. Mozart Magic Cube
Kids love buttons and instant feedback. The Mozart Magic Cube entertains a wide range of ages. Press the buttons to hear a Mozart piece play. You can add and subtract the instruments you hear by continuing to press any of the large buttons on any side of the cube. The lights and sounds are engaging, and it's a great way for a child to dissect the instrumentation of one of history's greatest composers.
2. Green Toys Stacker
This suggestion for the Green Toys Stacker comes from aMuse mom, Amy. Her daughter, Maddie, enjoys stacking the cups in both directions and loves the fact that they can double as pretend-play tea cups. Some of our customers even take their stackers to the beach and use them as sand molds. All-ages, Eco-friendly fun!
Jishaku, Japanese for magnet, is a favorite game among older kids. Be the first to strategically place all of your magnets in the playing board, and you win the game! Easier said than done, as the magnets are super powerful.
Wedgits are great for any age. They will truly grow with your child over the years. This alternative building block set requires an inner structure, which adds an interesting twist to stacking. Wee Wedgits are great for stacking and playing in the bath tub, and classic wedgits are great for creative, open-ended play. For a more guided play for older children, give them a set of design cards to build their puzzle skills. Brilliant!
5. Baby Geomags
Geomags are a magnetic toy for young children. Their over-sized pieces are easy for small hands to hold onto, and their animal designs are great for character play. Fun for in the tub, too!
6. Green Toys Tea Set
7. Doodle Track Car
Create the ultimate course for your Doodle Track Car! This little sports car will follow the twists and turns on a track that you design with any black crayon or marker.
Magnatiles magnetic building sets foster patterning, shape recognition and three-dimensional thinking while developing building and fine motor skills. Kids explore basic math, science and creative concepts with this brilliant open-ended toy.
9. Sophie the Giraffe
This classic French teething toy named Sophie the Giraffe has been delighting babies since the 1970's. Colored with non-toxic pigments, her unique texture comes from using natural rubber. She squeaks when chewed on, and her neck is long and skinny enough to reach for those teething molars!
10. Gobblet Gobblers
11. Sticky Mosaics
Sticky Mosaics are similar to traditional paint-by-number crafts, but they use stickers in lieu of paint. They are great for guided, independent play and encourage fine-motor development.
12. Fantacolor Junior
Quercetti has been a leader in skill-building sets for over a decade. Fantacolor Junior is a first mosaic kit that utilizes chunky pegs to illustrate a picture. With a self-storage feature, and 8 interesting two-sided cards, kids as young as two can practice eye-hand coordination and fine motor skill development.
13. Kickboard USA Scooters
14. Perpetual Commotion
Is an outrageously fast and incredibly addictive card game. Play your cards - as many and as fast as you can - into a common area. To win, you must play faster than your opponents. Perpetual Commotion is one part strategy, two parts speed and a healthy dose of luck-of-the-draw.
From the creative minds of two love-struck artists, David Horvath and Sun-Min, emerged the Uglydoll family. What started as a drawing of a playful, orange character named Wage, has turned into a whole new world of fun. These colorful and uniquely designed plush friends are oddly charming.
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