The toddler years can be difficult. It’s a transitional age, where sometimes they’re independent, capable, and sweet, and sometimes they’re rebelling against every request, and unable to communicate their wants or needs without screaming. Helping them learn how to imitate correct behavior, learn self-regulation, and develop important motor skills are all important; teaching them all of those skills in ways that just seem like playtime? More fun for the whole family.
1. Your little one already climbs on everything, this makes it a little safer.
Sometimes it seems all we can offer is a safe place to land. Encourage your little one to jump, crawl, and fall safely with these gymnastics style foam climbing blocks.
2. All the fun of sand without the actual sand!
Press, shape, or layer this moldable sand for a beach day at home, no matter the weather. Buy a natural color and dye it at home, or pick up a mix of colors for homemade sand art. Fill a glass vase and kids can clearly see the layers. Comes with castle molds and a holding tray.