Educational Resources

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Learning Toys


Pots, Pans, and Nesting Plastic Containers
Add a large wooden spoon for banging, and kids learn about size, shape, nesting, cause/effect. Ear plugs for adults are a welcome accessory.

Soft Books
Tough plastic or cloth pages teach babies and toddlerse that books and stories are colorful, fun things to enjoy with parents and by themselves.

Classic Wood Building Blocks
Nothing teaches young children about 3-D better than a set of traditional set of building blocks! A must-have for young children. Small, colored blocks,

Large Colored Blocks
Very young children don't yet have the fine motor control to handle a smaller set of blocks; these large colored blocks do the trick nicely.

Alphabet Blocks
Another must-have learning toy. These alphabet blocks teach upper and lower case letter, numerals, and much more. And who doesn't love a good
wagon toy?

Sorting Cube and Sorting Board
Classic way for youngsters to learn about size, shape, color, correspondence. Can you name the polygons and other shapes? Which fit where?

100 Wooden Magnetic Letters
Finger-tracing, naming, recognizing, and sounding-out letter models is a great pre-reading activity

Tinker Toys
For generations, Tinker Toys have endowed younsters with a visceral sense of 3-D design and contruction through play.

I Spy
The "I Spy" series of picture books teaches young children patience, persistence, and mindful observation in a light and entertaining way.

Where’s Waldo?
The "Where's Waldo" series picks up where "I Spy" leaves off. Challenging for children and adults alike!

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