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Open-ended magnetic STEM building toy for toddlers

Watch how a 4 year old is busy playing with open-ended magnetic STEM building toy. Grippies unique, magnetic rod and ball configuration provide a secure, frustration-free set of construction options as children first discover the joy of building.

Each piece has different textures which help in sensory play and with cute faces on the over-molded metal ball connectors, toddlers can create expressive characters or expand their builds.

Surprise, amusement, amazement, and joy are just some of the feelings parents can count on seeing their young ones display while exploring the pleasures of Grippies Builders set.

Let your kid’s imagination grow with Grippies!

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Ready, set, snap!

Simple toy with a bundle of joy. With Snap n Learn series by Learning Resources, have hours of mixing and matching along with learning…Sounds amazing 🙂

Look how the toys have sparked early curiosity about colors and numbers in the little learner.

Colorful, educational and FUN!

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The animal memory game

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.

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Build a colorful trail of 100 wooden dominoes

Design your own domino race full of extra play value then watch them come tumbling down. 

Build a colorful trail of 100 wooden dominoes and add a bridge, bell, rails, and assorted tricks. Then, tap one rectangle and watch them all come tumbling down. With Hape dominoes, there are endless possibilities for 3-D thinking and engineering development.  It develops children’s logic, kinesthetic, and hand-eye coordination.

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