Need to keep the kids busy for a little while? Try these four fun items for some fun play time – and mom-time. Maybe! (We’re moms, we know!)
1. Modarri Cars
Let Modarri Cars entertain your kids for hours! Modarri cars are durable, finger-powered toy cars with interchangeable high-quality parts, real steering, suspension, rubber tires and no batteries needed. Your kids design and build their own models using their imagination and creativity. 3 cars together can be designed tons of different ways!
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2. Cuddle Case
Let Cuddle Case engage your child while you chillax! Cuddle Case is a kid-friendly tech protector. Offered in pink or blue, this custom case has a sturdy built-in stand, and two-sided handles to protect those costly tablets from breaking. Adorable to hold and cherish for kids and easy to clean for parents, Cuddle Case is machine washable!
3. Adora Wooden Playset
Raising the next generation is tough work! Treat yourself to some downtime, while the kids’ imagination runs wild with ADORA. Award Winning Toy Company, Adora has done it again with their ADORAble line of wooden playsets and jewelry kits.
Adora’s Owie Hospital Wooden Play Set is an 11-piece play set that opens into a Doctor’s Office and comes with 1 figurines, 1 bear, 1 bed, 1 mattress, 1 blanket, 1 drip stand, 1 doctor’s case, 1 heart monitor and 1 computer stand. This hospital also doubles as storage, just pack up the pieces and take it on-the-go! This wooden toy is not only ADORAble, but tough like kids!
4. Brain Quest Workbook: Pre-K
Jam-packed with hundreds of curriculum-based activities, exercises and games in every subject, Brain Quest Workbook: Pre-K reinforces what kids are learning in the classroom. Let the little one cuddle up with a good book, this book and work on sharpening their skills in a fun way!
The workbook’s lively layout and easy-to-follow explanations make learning fun, interactive, and concrete. Plus it’s written to help parents follow and explain key concepts. Includes ABCs, 123s, tracing letters, mazes, shapes, colors, beginning sounds, sorting and matching, “what’s wrong with this picture” games, and much, much more.