Beautiful design. Awesome quality games and toys. Award Winners.
Oppenheims, no less.
(Oppenheim requires companies to submit toys to an independent lab for phthalates and lead testing so that’s one less thing to worry about.)
So here we go:
1) eeBoo Good Habits Job Chart
This Good Habits Job Chart rocks. Every night at bedtime, we turn the knobs for the things we have completed like sharing with others, cleaning up our toys, brushing our teeth, etc. It is a reminder of all the things we need to do and great incentive to do them! Click here to see it on Amazon:
eeBoo Good Habits Job Chart
2) The Picnic Game
A great game that teaches classification and good eating habits. A spinner tells you which group of food (veggies, fruits, main courses, etc) to choose from. The red tablecloth is a hit with the adorables. Makes it seem real. Click the link for more info:
or this Tea Party game is the same concept, just a little more girlie:
3) Animal Bingo
Another great game from eeBoo. Teaches skills of taking turns, identifying animals, etc. A winner with the adorables and the adults alike!
You can find it here:
4) Memory Game
This is my personal favorite. I love memory games and my eldest adorable loves to try to beat me. It amazes me that he’s at his best when he’s crazy tired. That’s when he zones in and can remember where everything is. Great before bedtime at our house. See it here:
eeBoo Life on Earth Memory Game
5) Tot Towers
I’ve gone through all the wonderful-ness of these nesting blocks in an earlier post, but they are worth saying again that they provide many hours of amusement and fun.
eeBoo Tot Towers Nesting Blocks – Alphabet
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