Give the gift of education this year! Learning is the most important job for kids. What’s the best way to learn – through games and playing of course! Educational gifts develop child’s interest for learning and discovering news things and also keep your kids engaged more time than any other toy.
Here are a couple of our favorite educational gifts for this Christmas:
Smart Anatomy introduces a whole new way to explore the human anatomy. 16 soft and easy to handle detachable body parts with OID codes make learning about the human body exciting and fun.
The game comes with 20 entertaining activities in 5 game modes and holds an abundance of information covering topics like organs, muscles, bones, nutrition and healthy habits among others.
Smart anatomy also includes a wireless Smart Pen that gives your kids more information about the detachable body parts they are touching with the pen.
It also includes an A3 size poster and A5 size book with addition information of the human body. Plus information to help make the right choice to maintain a healthy body and well-balanced lifestyle.
Road to Avonlea is a TV series about a 10-year-old Sara who is sent to live with her maiden aunts in Avonlea, Prince Edward Island. After being used to a wealthy lifestyle in Montreal, Sara has to get accustomed to a life in a small town, away from her father and her nanny.
This bundle includes all seven seasons of the Emmy Award-Winning show, Cast Bios and 21 special feature documentaries, all remastered in widescreen format. The set has 28 discs with a total of 91 hours of runtime.
Road to Avonlea makes a perfect gift for kids who love TV and history! This set gives them the opportunity to learn how people lived in the early 20th – without internet, computers, huge supermarkets and other daily things that seem so normal to us.
Check out Shop At Sullivan – they offer a variety of items for fans of any of Sullivan Entertainments productions, as well as for non-fans.
Osmo is a unique iPad gaming accessory for kids 6 years and up. It helps to convert your iPad to an educational game center.
The Genius kit includes a reflective mirror for the iPad camera; white iPad stand; 4 sets of game pieces (2 complete alphabet letter tile sets, 7 wood tangram shapes,2 sets of number tiles and 2 sets of dots tiles) and instructions for downloading free apps in the App Store.
This Remote-Control Machines Animals by Thames & Kosmos gives your kids a possibility to build 8 bionic machines that mimic real animal movements.
The kit comes with 94 pieces and a step-by-step illustrated manual for building an elephant, scorpion, penguin, rabbit, crab and an orangutan. While creating these little animal models, your kids learn about animal locomotion and biomechanics.
Your kids can also create fantasy hybrid animals, combining different plastic animal pieces and skins.
PlayMais is an ideal present for kids who love to create, build, imagine and have fun. It’s made from maize, water, and food coloring, therefore, it’s 100% biodegradable and harmless to the environment.
These maize beads are really versatile, as they can be re-shaped, squeezed, cut and molded to almost any shape your kid desires. The beads stick together with just a dab of water.
PlayMais helps to develop fine motor skills, encourages creative thinking, helps to practice color recognition and offers hours of open-ended play.