Looking for a gift for the special little ones in your life that have a fall birthday? We have new toys and customer favorites that are sure to put a smile on their faces!
Here are five toys that will make terrific presents for fall birthdays:
Love & Care Deluxe Nursery: Kiddos can make believe they are a nurse and doctor or mom and dad with this children’s nursery set. This is the perfect gift for little ones that enjoy taking care of their baby dolls.
Thomas the Tank Engine™ Toddler Bed: As your little train lovers become toddlers, they’ll need a bed to celebrate this milestone! This adorable train bed will be your children’s favorite piece of furniture in their bedroom.
Best Chef’s Kitchen: A play kitchen is a wonderful gift for mini chefs! Toddlers can get cooking with this compact and realistic play kitchen set. The modern design and colors will look great in any playroom!
Deluxe Canyon Road Train and Track Table: A classic gift that lasts for years to come is a kid’s train and track table. A staple toy in a child’s bedroom or playroom, this train table set will provide your kids with hours of pretend play fun.
Studio Art Desk: Do you have little artists on your hands? Surprise them with this art desk that can fold up to become an easel. Both parents and kiddos will love that art supplies and notebooks can be stored in this creative play toy.
Are any of these toys on your child’s birthday wish list?
Fall is such a beautiful time of year as the leaves change colors and begin to settle on the ground. During this colorful season, there are plenty of activities that you and your family can do to stay active and get creative! Here are some of our favorite ways to have fun with leaves:
- Gather the leaves: Your kiddos can start gathering all the leaves in the yard. They can collect them with a bag or a wagon and then can make a big pile to jump into! As your children stack the leaves, they are helping to clean the yard and develop their gross motor skills.
- Discover and investigate: Little adventurers can pick out different types of leaves and with your help, they can determine the name of the trees that the leaves belong to. org has an interactive step-by-step process to help families determine the type of leaves that are falling from the trees! Identifying different types of leaves is an excellent way to keep little minds active. Your kids can also make a fall craft project with their art desk or easel. They can paste the leaves onto a piece of paper and label them.
- Build a leafman: Fill white garbage bags up with leaves and you and your little ones can stack the bags on top of one another to create a leafman that resembles a snowman! This activity is a great way to clean up the leaves and celebrate other seasons.
Which activity will you and your family try this fall?
Fall officially started last week! The leaves are changing and the temperatures are dropping in some parts of the world. However, active play is important for kids whether it takes place inside or outside. Here are five ways to promote active play this fall:
- Apple picking: Take the kids to an orchard to pick some fresh and delicious apples! You and the kiddos will get to walk around and reach for apples. If it’s a little chilly outside, don’t forget to bundle up!
- Hide and seek: For the days that it’s just too gloomy to go outside, little adventurers can bring the classic game of hide and seek inside. To promote imaginative play, encourage your kids to imagine they’re secret agents hiding from other spies.
- Gourd scavenger hunt: Hide gourds in secret locations around your backyard, such as inside a playhouse or in a closed sandbox. Have the kids search for the gourds and whoever has found the most gourds by the end of the hunt gets a prize!
- Pumpkin race: Line up some pumpkins in the backyard and have your kids run up to the pumpkin finish line. This game will get little legs moving!
- Pile and jump: As the leaves begin to fall, little explorers can put the leaves in a big pile and jump on them.
Which activities will you and your family try this fall?