Toys & Games checks out six gardening products designed to help today’s kids get their creative and cardio juices flowing. Visitors to this month’s Canadian Toy Fair might want to get their orders in now.
Computer literacy is necessary, but that doesn’t mean kids should abandon traditional tools like pens and pencils. T & G looks at some cool devices for building skills.
Games can slow down kids’ learning losses during the long summer vacation. Toys & Games checks out six titles for keeping young minds sharp.
Active outdoor play with ride-ons — scooters, trikes, balance bikes and cars — is perfect for getting kids, especially preschoolers, on the road to healthier lifestyles.
What Kids Think About Play
Courtesy of Early Childhood Ireland
Tuesday, April 25, 2017