Spring is here and the toy industry has just released an array of new toys to amuse young children. Below are three notable new playthings.
Magicube from GeoMag Toy—This set of 32 blocks is part of a revolutionary building block system made up of magnetic cubes that attach to each other on all six sides. These blocks are made from 100% recycled plastics and features traditional cube shapes as well as three additional shapes such as a quarter circle, half sphere, and half cube. This toy retails for $49.99. To learn more, see here.
Dolce’s Primo Anteater Toy—This adorable soft toy was designed to engage children’s tactile senses. It features ribbon ties, a bead rattle, and a mirror that is covered by a circle peek-a-boo door on its foot. The toy is comprised of various fabric textures which make it interesting for little hands to explore. Dolce stands for Develop, Observe, Learn, Create, Educate and the brand prides itself on crafting high-quality sensory toys. This toy retails for $39.99. To learn more, see here.
Mickey Mouse & Friends Shape Sorter Toy—This new release by Green Toys enables children to playfully engage with shapes and colors decorated with images of Disney’s most beloved characters. This sturdy, light-weight sorter easily opens with a gentle twist; it contains no sharp edges or small parts. Each of the colorful shapes (square, circle, triangle, and star) feature a different character such as Mickey Mouse, Minnie Mouse, Donald Duck, and Pluto. With this toy, babies and toddlers can practice important developmental areas like motor skills, coordination, spatial reasoning, color and shape identification, and problem solving. It is made in the USA from 100% recycled plastic. The toy retails for $16.99. To learn more, see here.
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Aww these are so beautiful toys for children, thanks for sharing these:)
Thank you Deepti!
Toys are Childrean’s Word & Play is their Language