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B. One Two Squeeze Blocks

B One Two Squeeze BlocksThis is a great set of toy blocks for baby or toddlers. These blocks are soft enough to squeeze and squeak while sturdy enough to stack. The 10 colorful blocks have cute pictures of animals and numbers on each block. BPA free and safe for baby to chew on when teething.

Blocks are great for early imaginative play and these serve as a simple early educational toy as well with colors and numbers 1 through 10.

Mini Golf Course Toy by Step2

Mini Golf Course Toy Step2 150b

Check out this great toy Par 3 Mini Golf Course. So cute and so fun! It’s made by Step2 which is well known for their high quality plastic outdoor toys and playsets, so you know this is good quality. Suggested for kids age 2 years old and up, this toy can be setup indoors or…

LeapFrog Scribble And Write

LeapFrog Scribble and Write Toy

The LeapFrog Scribble and Write is a great learning toy for kids 3 years old and up who are learning to write their ABC’s and 123′s. Great for Pre-school kids, this toy is durable and great to keep in the car or for learning at home. My Pre-school age kids have logged many hours with…

Hot Wheels Wall Tracks Starter Set

hot wheels wall tracks starter set toy

We tested out the How Wheels Wall Tracks with one of our favorite 5 year old boys. We used the “Starter Set”, but there are other sets too which can be combined together to create an even longer race track. Setup and installing the track to the wall was easy and “parent friendly”. The track…

Compassion International


Every Christmas Season since starting this toy review website in 2008, we like to take a brief break from talking about the best toys for kids and instead direct attention to a worthy charity. Last year we wrote about Compassion International. Compassion is an organization that allows you to commit to monthly giving to support…

Toddlers and Computer Toys


I just read an article in the USA today that asks the question, “Do toddlers really need computers to learn“? The article makes the case that young kids have too much “screen time” and not enough outdoors time. That may be true as a trend in the US, but to me, that’s really a parenting…