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Our Collection Explained

          Educational toys can help teach about conflict resolution, develop problem solving skills, and demonstrate how cause and effect manifest. Furthermore, it helps develop children's gross and fine motor skills, teaches them about sharing, and nurtures their imagination and creativity.


          Montessori toys stimulate learning by encouraging children to explore and experiment. It must be a toy that children can touch and hold, as learning to manipulate objects is primordial in assisting children develop their fine motor skills.

          A beautiful, simply crafted wooden toy inspires a child's imagination without directing it, and captures their interest without overwhelming them. Play that links cognitive, social-emotional, and sensorimotor experiences offers an ideal setting for their brain development.


          STEM stands for Science, Technology, Engineering, and Mathematics, and related toys are geared towards education, curiosity, and learning. STEM products are very important to help children develop valuable skills in areas in which there is constant career growth.

          STEM toys enrich children's developing cognitive skills, such as their problem solving abilities, critical thinking, and logical reasoning. STEM activities encourage children to do more than simply memorize figures and facts. Through it, they learn useful skills that are valuable throughout their lives.

Special Needs

          Toys that stimulate visual perception and toys with tactile and auditory attributes allow visually impaired children to experience play and encourage visual tracking. Imaginative and imitative play promote independent living skills.

          Sensory play encourages learning through creativity, curiosity, exploration, and problem solving. It helps build neural pathways in the brain and enhances the development of motor skills and language.

Social & Emotional

          Whether playing with a family member or a friend, social and emotional toys teach children ways of sharing and cooperation. They can help boost your child's self-worth by being able to achieve something that they could not achieve before. Toys also allow your child to experiment with roles and situations through pretend play.

          This category encourages the development of important social and emotional skills such as expressing their feelings, showing empathy, setting assertive goals, asking for help, etc. When children practice and acquire such skills through play, it builds healthy habits, emotional and mental awareness, and great communication skills.

Pretend Play

          Pretend play helps children understand the power of language. It helps children learn about and experiment with the power of language, how it affects them, and those around them.

          Furthermore, it allows them to understand that communicating with their own words gets their point across, gives them the means to reenact situations, organizes play, and makes themselves heard and understood.

          Imagination-driven play builds children’s developmental skills by learning through doing and imagining.

Board Games 

          Board games are typically tabletop games that use pieces moved or placed on a pre-marked board, and often include miniature games, role play, and cards. A defining feature is competition or cooperation between players.

          Such games offer opportunities for early learning, improve cognitive skills and memory, and develop new cognitive functions including setting goals, problem solving, and decision making. Board games develop reasoning and logic, increase processing speed, sharpen focus, enhance critical thinking, improve spatial reasoning, boost verbal skills, and increase concentration and attention.

          Playing board games is a great alternative to other free time activities. It eases stress and anxiety, and is a great source of fun and laughter. It teaches children the value of teamwork and how to be patient and a good loser.

Fine Motor skills

          Children can push, switch, pull, spin, turn, and flip different features of our educational toys that will help strengthen their fine motor skills.

          As they develop their fine motor skills they improve their independence in doing a range of daily tasks such as eating, playing, writing, dressing themselves, and speaking.

          Children are able to access a wide source of learning activities and social experiences, and by practicing these fine motor skills though play everyday, their ability to accomplish self-care and everyday tasks will improve. Their confidence and self-esteem will grow as a consequence. 

Cognitive Learning

          A child's cognitive development incorporates thinking skills, including the ability to process information and to understand how the world around them evolves.

          Play naturally allows children to explore and practice different thinking skills such as imitation, cause and effect, problem solving, symbolic thinking, gaining perspective, creativity, and memory.