Cloth and wooden toy rattles that multi- task and are just right for your favourite...
Musical Animal Truck
Is it a truck? Is it a Xylophone? Is it an Animal Sorter? A clever...
Build self-esteem. Build a chair. A child’s first do-it-yourself project! 12 pieces that can be...
Five-sided multi-activity toy for your toddler and early school goer. Stimulate mental ability and teach...
Farm animal twistees
Here is a new spin to familiar animal friends! The heads and the bodies (and...
Shape and Number House
A unique tool box shaped educational toy house. Teach your child to build a basic...
Toddlers, terrible twos, terrible threes, and tantrums – there is more there than just alliteration! While young children are learning to communicate they often do not have the right words or get overwhelmed with complex emotions and cannot do so in an appropriate way. How then can you decipher what they want / what they mean and what you could do to make life less filled with stressful moments?
Little ones don’t always have a vocabulary to show they love you. (Or that they do not like what is happening, but that is a different post) They often resort to non-verbal behavior to express their love, and it is for us as guardians and caregivers to recognize it. Parents do know what to expect from their children, but its the season for love and who does not want a reminder that they are loved??!!