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Spring Ahead with Zingo! Time-telling

Over the weekend, we sprung ahead and turned the clocks forward one hour. The concept of Daylight Savings Time, or reading clocks in general, may be difficult for kids to understand, but Zingo! Time-telling, from… read more

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Creativity Cans Provide Kids with an Imaginative Outlet

With so much hype surrounding science, technology, engineering, and math (STEM) lately, it’s important to consider that not every child is going to enjoy learning how to program a robot using a smartphone. Some kids… read more

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Kids Can Get Excited About Books Planted in Science

Curious About Plants explains the fascinating world of plants to kids, while teaching plant life vocabulary through simple questions and illustrations. Kids, ages 8-10, will learn answers to questions, including “What is photosynthesis?,” “How can… read more

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Learn, Play, and Use Mobile App at the Same Time with Tiggly

Tiggly is a learning company that creates play things based on the idea that physical play is essential to early learning. Using digital tools for early-learning products to make them fun as well, Tiggly offers… read more

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LeapFrog LeapReader

With a child in Kindergarten, we are in the throes of schoolwork, especially learning our sight words and really writing! I am always on the hunt for educational tools that will make the learning process… read more

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Get the Picture

Get the Picture is a brain-bending spin on dot-to-dot puzzles, from MINDWARE. Two players or teams race to identify their mystery images by following secret clues. The clue windows on the gameboard reveal a series… read more

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Play-Doh Let’s Create: Shapes and Letters

Just in time for back-to-school, the Let’s Create: Play-Doh Books, Letters and Shapes, available this fall from Silver Dolphin Books, combines tactile, interactive play, with learning to not only help children retain basic concepts taught… read more

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Get Organized!

Kenson Kids‘ newest product, On Track! Responsibility and Behavior System, helps tweens ages 8 and up organize household chores, daily to-do lists, family rules, and money management to learn the skills needed to become responsible… read more

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