It’s almost time! The Easter Bunny will be on his way soon! Get creative with your child’s Easter basket this year and include some goodies that will help them develop their fine motor skills and imagination.
The Cupkin Sticker Book for Ages 2 to 10
Cupkin Sticker Books are a super fun addition to Easter Baskets, and make a great gift anytime of the year. With over a dozen different themes to choose from, there’s sure to be something for every little one. Plus, themes like Cute Foods, All Around Town, and Let’s Go To School, help your child learn while they play. Each sticker book contains multiple pages to create a scene using the stickers, and 12 additional coloring pages for hours of fun.
Magnetic Marble Run for Ages 3 to 8
This awesome magnetic marble run combines STEM education and creativity to help kids develop hand-eye coordination, spatial thinking, problem-solving, and curiosity. Kids can build, take apart, and rebuild over and over again. Endless possibilities mean your child can construct complex race tracks or simple robot shapes and more for hours of problem-solving play.
Number Maze Magnetic Game Ages 2 to 6
This magnetic STEM board encourages color recognition, fine motor skills, and counting. It’s also a great option to keep kids busy when you’re on-the-go or in the car. Kids use the magnetic pen to move colorful balls around a cute farm-themed maze, and into their color and number corresponding spaces.
LittleHippo Mella Ready to Rise Children's Trainer for Ages 2 and up
Whether you have a toddler or an older child, sleep training and learning to tell time is a challenging thing to teach little ones. The Mella Ready to Rise Trainer is an alarm clock, night light, sound machine, and sleep trainer all in one. Mella has a cute, friendly design and a smiling face that uses colors and facial expressions to teach your child when it's time for bed and time to wake up, so they’ll stay in bed longer and get better sleep!
These educational toys are an excellent way to surprise your child this Easter, and will be much better for them in the long run than a handful of jelly beans or a chocolate bunny. Support your child’s learning with vibrant activities that will keep them occupied and curious for hours!