Published at Monday, January 15th, 2018 - 17:42:23 PM. . By Elva Vargas.
Look for sets with different colors to help children recognize and name colors. Many sets stack, offering the chance to combine pouring and building activities, as well as demonstrating graduated sizes. Recognizing similarities and differences is an important cognitive skill. Look for sets that differ in unusual ways, such as the number of pouring holes in the bottom of each cup.
5. Minecraft plush toys – Kids are never too young to be introduced to Minecraft, and if you are a fan of the game yourself, you can consider giving a Baby Ocelot or Baby Mooshroom plush toy to young children. These plush toys are collectibles, too. 6. Spy gear – Unleash your childs inner detective with a Wild Planet Spy Gear Lie Detector Kit. It is suitable for kid’s ages six and up. The set contains a finger sensor, response tracking paper, and lie detector handbook.
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