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Are you looking for some good ideas for high quality and fun educational learning toys? Here are some of our top picks.
Ages: 3 years+
The perfect way for little ones to learn their letters! Inspired by the abacus, this educational learning toy is more about ABC than 123. The colorful letters flip over to reveal an illustration of something beginning with the letter on the front.
This engaging learning toy is safe and healthy, made with solid wood and water-based paint.
Tie-Up Practice Shoe
Ages: 3 years+
Practice makes perfect, and now your child can master the art of shoe-tying with this fun wooden shoe model. Incredible value and superior craftsmanship make this item a top seller and childhood favorite. Brightly colored, smooth-sanded pieces help build early shape, color and size differentiation skills. Wooden, high-top sneaker helps kids learn to lace and tie over and over again!
Ready-to-Assemble Young Time 2 Station Art Center. Inspire young artists with this double-sided art center. Ample storage space below helps keep art supplies handy. Lifetime warranty. CPSIA and CARB compliant. GREENGUARD Children & Schools indoor air quality certified. Made in the USA. Young Time is for budget-minded buyers seeking to get the most for their classroom furniture dollar. Young Time offers affordable, American-made early learning furniture designed with a focus on the functionality you need most! With features like rounded corners, a durable laminated surface and thermo-fused edge banding, which helps seal out moisture its designed to satisfy and priced to please. All products are safety tested and certified and come with a full lifetime guarantee!
Ages: 6 months+
Make happy noises with the Mini Orchestra, a set of four fun musical toys that can be played one at a time, or all together! Includes a clip-clap, jingle bells, bead tumbler, and baby-safe tambourine.
These toys are a great way to develop rhythm skills, and the variety helps keep kids engaged.
Baby Blocks Walker
Ages: 10 months+
Right after first steps come next steps, and this walker will help keep your toddler moving right along. This educational learning toy provides stability for little ones and has an adjustable handle for optimum support. And when it’s time to stop and play, it has 24 blocks they can arrange and rearrange.
Made from replenishable wood, this toy is safe, sturdy, nontoxic, and environmentally friendly.
Stacking Wooden Ring Set
Ages: 2 years+
This classic children’s toy is done one better: includes 25 durable; solid-wood pieces to match and stack. Great for building early shape; color and size differentiation skills!
Get busy stacking all different shapes, colors and sizes. This fun Geometric Stacker comes with 25 durable pieces to match and stack on a solid base. Perfect for building shape, color and size differentiation skills. Pieces made of solid wood. One of the great classics of educational learning toys!
Creative Peg Puzzle
Ages: 18 months+
This fun and colorful toy has lots of ways to play! A twist on the classic stacking toy, it encourages problem solving with its unusually notched posts that only allow certain pieces in certain places. A multi-dimensional puzzle they’ll love!
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We’re not saying that you should completely renovate and redecorate your home each time seasons change but it can be very refreshing to add a few new touches to some of the rooms in your house. For example, summer brings many major changes and you can get some inspiration from nature itself in order to give your bedroom a more cheerful look.
Observe the colors found in nature this time of the year and transfer them into the new interior décor you have chosen for the room. You can also take some inspiration from the seasonal plants and flowers and from the multitude of birds and insects that invade us each summer.
Green painted beaded board walls lend organic appeal to this sunny bedroom. Nature inspired art prints and accessories sprinkled throughout the room also nod to the outdoors. The four poster in blonde maple adds a rustic simplicity to the bedroom, while nearly sheer plaid curtains soften the corners of the bed.
White walls and sheer patterned draperies allow this bedroom to look open and airy despite it’s small size. The wood flooring and the dark painted dresser introduce visual weight to the room. An eclectic assemblage of bedding citron sheets, sea glass green shams, and block print linens add sink in comfort to the cozy bedroom.
Accents of royal blue, orange, and hot pink add oodles of color to this otherwise neutral bedroom. The tones play out in less vibrant shades on the antique rug, a move that makes the room look pulled together, but also plays up the modern-traditional style of the room.
The barely green walls, white architectural details and a palette of grays in this bedroom allow personality-filled accents to truly shine. While the elements of the room are decidedly eclectic, they are well edited and the room isn’t overcrowded. Next to the bed, an elephant shaped statue functions as a tiny night stand. The patterned area rug adds warmth underfoot and style leading up to the bed.
In this bedroom, a patterned fabric bed frame functions as a work of art. The colorful print blends well with the warm wood accents throughout the rest of the room. Beige and white bedding and curtains echo the look of the bed frame. Scale plays an important role in this room’s design. Because the ceilings are tall, the walls needed to be treated accordingly. The oversize mirror fills the space above the bed better than a regular sized mirror and the large damask pattern on the curtains adds interest to the solid fabric without become too busy.
Strict symmetry makes a big style statement in this bedroom. The two beds are identical, right down to the arrangement of throw pillows and sunburst mirrors above the beds. The bench between the two beds serves as a nightstand for both, eliminating the need for two pieces of furniture. Warm walls, window treatments, and flooring contrast the dark finish of the traditional-style beds. Handblocked textiles on the beds add unique pattern and interest.
How will you decorate your bedroom this summer? – Cute Beltz