It’s really late to still be doing holiday shopping but I know some of you are still looking for the things your littles will love. The products that I’ve included here are ones that not only they will love but you will love to see them playing with. This toy school gift guide is great for families that like littles to learn while playing.
Pyxel – Are your littles asking for a pet? Pyxel is the perfect way to get them ready for a pet AND get a bit of school time in. Instead of training their pup, they’re coding their Pyxel. They help bring Pyxel to life and learn a little more about coding as they enjoy having fun with their new pal. They use Blocky and Python to code so they will be learning two coding languages while simply having some quality time with their new pet.
Kannodle Pyramid – Ya think you know Kanoodle! I’m here to tell you that you have a lot to learn. Kanoodle Pyramid has 200 puzzles and will challenge you in new ways. This is perfect for travel time and brain breaks. It also makes a wonderful addition to morning baskets. Any of the Kanoodle games are fantastic ways to get littles (and bigs) brains focused.
Spike The Fine Motor Hedgehog Tissue Pal – Spike the Hedgehog is back. We still play with the Spike’s treehouse that we received two years ago. Both JustaBXgirl and HOPS have adventures with the little hedgehogs that live in the treehouse. Now that HOPS is getting bigger I look for ways for her to develop skills that make learning feel purely like playtime. Spike helps that happen. We practice colors and hand-eye coordination with this little guy.
Sing-Along Numberblock Five – We love all things Numberblocks. Having toys from the show makes learning fun for little ones. HOPS loves singing and dancing so this is a great addition to the toy family for her. There are twelve songs and phrases included. And yes, that includes the Numberblocks theme song! This little buddy is a wonderful reminder that learning can be fun. It doesn’t feel like school time but there is so much that littles learn when playing with plushies.
Super Mario Bros. Route’n Go – This is such a fun way to work with littles on logic and problem-solving. How do you get from point A to point B? If you find it easy to get through the map, you can try again at a quicker speed. This game helps with decision-making skills because you have to think fast to save the car from falling off the road.