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A new baby’s very own kangaroo pouch! The Dad Shirt, from Lalabu, is designed so dads can bond with their newborns by keeping them close to their chest. A no-fuss design with nothing to tie or wrap so dads can slip their babies in and out with ease. $75.00. We found it at shop.lalabu.com
Yookidoo’s Tummy Time Playland make tummy time terrific! This portable, musical tummy time mat features a tummy time pillow and two plush farm friends who ride back and forth on the battery operated Magic Motion Track®, captivating and engaging baby during tummy time. Includes roll-n-go carry case. $49.95; Find where you can buy online at yookidoo.com
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Strategic Thinking + Coding Education = Best game ever!
How about programming a space mission? There will be challenges that introduce “decision points,” “loops,” and “increment instructions” as you progress; so start thinking like a programmer.
When was the last time you put together a good old fashioned cardboard puzzle? You should do it and your kids should too. Puzzles help kids develop spatial skills - which they need for tackling STEM subjects. Building puzzles also improves short-term memory as well as visual perception and coordination. And since you use both sides of your brain when you build puzzles, you pretty much get a full-brain workout. Yet at the same time, it can be quite relaxing and therapeutic. A relaxing workout? We’re in!
How about a different kind of College fun! Klask is an interactive board game that is like a fast-paced tabletop version of air hockey, but with multiple magnets and a small round ball. The players use the magnetic handles under the board to control their playing pieces, trying to hit the ball into their opponent’s goal - but be careful not to attract the small white magnets or land your playing piece in your own hole! We found it at Target. $40.00, www.klaskgame.com