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Mini Gift Guides 0-2: Toys to Get Kids on the Move

Whether baby is on the run or still moving though tummy time — these gifts will help.

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This Little Tikes Starter Bike Makes Learning to Ride Easy

The My First Balance-to-Pedal Bike will keep kids active all summer long.

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Pottery Barn Kids Partners with Designer Jeremiah Brent for Family-Inspired Nursery Collection

Pottery Barn Kids debuts a new cozy, safari-inspired nursery collection.

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Animal Island Learning Adventure Sit & Play Is a Fresh Experience for Early Learning

The all-in-one tablet and base combo comes pre-loaded with 60 days of ad-free content focused on early preschool learning skills, STEAM (science, technology, engineering, arts, mathematics), social-emotional learning (SEL), and 21st Century skills.

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Have a Pretend Prehistoric Pet with this Rideamals Dinosaur

Make playtime a roaring good time with the Rideamals Dinosaur by Kid Trax!

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Exploring Emotions: Books About Feelings

Whether you have an inquisitive toddler asking why a man at the grocery store is sad, or if you have a special needs preschooler needing assistance on reading emotions from friends’ expressions, books are a… read more

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Rock On with the Rockin’ Rider Patriot Horse

I loved the rocking horse I had as a kid—it lasted through myself and my two brothers, it survived lots of moves, and it created memories of historical battles, rescuing princesses from castles, and imaginary… read more

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Teaching Toddlers to Share

Why is it that kids seem to do a better job of sharing at school than at home? What is different about school than at home? How can we teach our toddlers to share? Working… read more

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Little Monstrions Book Teaches Kids How to Share

Goal: $4,000 Funding Period: June 5,2014-July 5, 2014 Creator: Ben Brunetti Please Share! is the first book in a series designed to teach toddlers about coping with their emotions. The series will feature a group… read more

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Tiggly Shapes Teaches Little Ones Interactive Play in a Fun Way

It is never too early to start learning, and in our growing digital world, it’s never too early to start engaging little ones with new technologies. Kids early on should become acquainted with tablets, smartphones,… read more

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