If you have kids, you must be having broken crayons in your house. Here we are with a simple DIY to make an adorable night lamp with crayons and butter paper. Recommended age group: 4+ Time: 30 minutes Materials Required: Crayons Pack – 1 Butter Paper Sheet – 2 Popsticks – 25 Colorful tapes – 3 Fevicol/Glue Gun Scissor Sharpener Iron
Create a beautiful aquarium where you can have all the sea creatures you want without having to feed anyone or clean any tanks and teach your little one about underwater life. Recommended age group: 3+ Time: 20 minutes Materials Required: Paper plate – 2 Blue Craft Sheet – 1 Transparent Zip Bag – 1 Googly Eyes – 2 Cello Tape Sketch Colors Fevistick Ready for some aquatic fun!
Popular Playthings Magnetic Match Rings is a fun way for children to learn about how magnets work. Select one of the 50 pattern matching challenges and stack the magnetic rings in the exact same color order as shown on the card. If a card shows rings that are floating (not touching), your rings must also be floating. Have fun matching! Learn More
Michael Jackson once said – “Children show me in their playful smiles the divine in everyone” Since we launched, we are continuously delivering happiness to kids all over India. Their happiness brings us happiness and this is what we feel like sharing with all of you. Watch kids exploring toys, building things on their own and having fun with the toys.
Toddlers will have so much fun building their own animal train with the My First Animal Brick Box! Features 5 buildable animals: an elephant on wheels with a slide for a trunk, a crocodile on wheels with hinged jaws, a lion on wheels with opening mouth, a giraffe on wheels with a bendy neck and a bird. Learn More
Book Synopsis: “Oink!” said the cats . . . With all the MOOing and HISSing and BAAAing and CLUCKing, the farmyard is full of noise. But when Hefty Hugh and Lanky Len hatch a plot to steal the fine prize cow, it’s the quietest animal of all who saves the day! Spot the glittery ladybird on every page of What the Ladybird Heard, a wonderful rhyming tale. Age level: 2 years + Author: Julia Donaldson
An innovative format of the classic memory game. In this two-player memory game, each child takes turns to lift two stars and find the pair. The right pair will award them those star lids. The child with the highest number of stars wins. Build your child’s visual memory and problem-solving skills and keeps them entertained at the same time. Learn More
Mark Zuckerberg’s post rippled across the entire Internet when he shared a photo of him reading a book about quantum physics to his new-born baby. Can you believe that? A newborn being taught about ‘Quantum Physics’! Is he getting into pressurizing his kid to learn sooner than other kids? The answer is absolutely not. In fact, reading should start when your child is in your womb. When parents talk, read, and sing with their babies
Recommended age group: 3+ Make adorable bouncing pets with craft sheets. Teach your child about family pets and have a fun time making a cat and a bunny. Printables: Click on the thumbnails to get the full-size printables