Visiting Grandma and Grandpa this holiday season? Give them a gift
that they'll treasure for years to come. Have them help your older
child build one of these electric lanterns, decorated with artwork
drawn by their favorite grandchild! Just take one of these
Artwork Lantern Kits along with you and grandparent and grandchild will
build lasting memories as they work together. Appropriate for ages 7 and up.
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imagination-driven, natural toys.
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Blocks and Building Toys
Let you and your child's imagination roam as you play with these
Things That Go
Instead of using electronics to make the noises, share the
joy of shrieking "Vroom! Vroom!" with your exuberant little friend.
Joy and rapture. Two words which aptly describe the visual and tactile
experience of handling these wooden puzzles.
Dolls and Doll Essentials
Lovely dolls for girls and boys and homes for your child's new friend.
Infant & Toddler Toys
Take a moment to peruse these thoughtful and beautiful toys. Crafted in wood,
and a pleasure to touch, you have to wonder how some of them
ever got made in plastic.
Although these products don't fit neatly into a particular category, they are
by no means ugly ducklings. Check out these great finds.
We truly live in a technological age. My son and I play computer games
together at least once a week. At nearly 17 mos he already knows how to
turn the monitor and computer on and off, uses a mouse, and can insert/remove
CD-ROMs and diskettes. Kids definately grow up way too fast. Because of
this, I've asked
eToys Software to help me share the joys of computer gaming with one's little
one with you.
For those that enjoy creative computer games, I'd really like to recommend the
Freddi the Fish games by
Humongous Entertainment. These are the same people who have put out
the Blue's Clues
games. This is really for preschoolers or older, but
my son loves fish and the action. We go from screen to screen and I
point out what is going on and get excited right along with him. We've
only played the third game, but we loved its storybook format and the
lively and engaging characters.