Monday, November 19, 2018

EduShape Gifts for the Younger Crowd!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.




A holiday gift guide just wouldn't be the same without EduShape on there for baby! This is a company that for years, has been making high quality toys infants and small children love. Their items last and last, making them a sure bet to get passed on when your little one outgrows them.





Because we have a sweetpea arriving in March, 2019 (my second grandchild), I would be remiss if I didn't have a little something for our soon to be bundle of joy under the Christmas Tree this year. I selected the edushape Soft Pals teething toys. This Soft Pal tri-pack has an adorable giraffe, hippo and monkey included and I know the bright colors and soft design are going to appeal to our soon-to-be-here granddaughter (sooner than we might think, I'm sure...time seems to fly with these things!).

Photo: Courtesy of edushape
These are great for teethers, as that is what they are meant for, but they also make great pets/friends for you and your little ones to use for imaginative or bonding together play.


What else is on our list? EduShape Magic Shapes are great for children who are a little older (3+). These are called 'magic' because they stick together in gravity-defying positions. 💕 This is just the kind of toy I like to pull out when my 5-year-old granddaughter comes to visit. She's big on building, and this is easy for her and grandmama to do together. You can get as imaginative as you'd like. We've made castles with knights needing to come to the princess' rescue. We've also made castles with knights needing to come rescue "Bob" (don't ask...although I can hear my grandbabe giggling as I type). You can make whatever you'd like, or be an abstract builder and simply fit the pieces together however you might choose.

Photo: Courtesy of EduShape
Magic Shapes stimulate imagination in a unique way. Great for children and adults alike, this irresistible toy features gentle magnet receptors around the perimeter of the pieces (circles are pop-in and not magnetized). Open-ended play is an important and encouraged type of play
Magnetic receptors are strong enough to hold Magic Shape pieces together, yet not strong enough to be a hazard.

You can buy either of these, or other great toy selections on the EduShape website
or you can purchase at Amazon and/or retail stores everywhere.

3 comments:

Pat Hatt said...

Sure sound like the kiddos enjoy them indeed. And yep, time sure does fly. She'll be walking and talking with you before you know it.

Julie's Creative Lifestyle said...

These look like nice toys. I have a lot of toys to buy for my nieces and nephews kids for Christmas.
Thanks for the visit and your sweet comment on the little ornament I made.
Hope you and the family have a nice Thanksgiving.
Julie

Theresa Mahoney said...

How sweet that you've got something under the tree for the newest family addition this holiday. These are such lovely picks for the youngest of holiday gift receivers.