The Lucky Tiger, disigned by independent artist GongXu, subverts the traditional image of luckycat. Coupled with the tiger image, this big cat figure looks domineering and cool. #artpop#figures#cooltoys#luckycat
Toddlers love pulling, pushing, walking and running with this cute toy. Witness your kid’s face when they realize the little red ears of the elephant swing as they pull the toy! Besides, what better way to strengthen their large muscles 💪 📷 @petitcollage
A "Wheel genius" designed this open ended toy that I purchased through Kaplan School Supply Company...I tied it onto our Inuit unit by talking about the disadvantage a wheel would have in the snowy icy tundra over using the dog sled blades made out of bone or tusks that the Inuit invented to go over icy terrain. A wheel is ideal in other environments such as our floors and roads! Wheels were finally invented in 3500 B.C. at a time when humans were inventing intricate instruments such as the harp and sailboats. The reason it took so long for man to invent the wheel was figuring out how to attach it to a platform to carry loads was difficult. The real genius was the person who designed the axel for a wheel! It changed our world! #daycareprovider#kaplanschoolsupplies#daycarelife#daycarefun#kidsinmotion#fitnessforkids#imagination#Inuit#cooltoys#wheels
This awesome toy can be used as stacking wooden cubes and as puzzles. Kids get six different puzzles including numbers and counting dots from 1-9 for preschoolers to practice and put in order.
If you haven’t seen our #plantoys puzzle cubes, check them out in our bio 🎈📷 @plantoysofficial
Kids toys || bright and beautiful wooden friends from our beloved @wigglespiggles.
So sorry I haven't been on here since early January, school holidays and taking care of the boys has been taking up most of my energy. In the meantime I am hoping you have been following along with our #instastories .
I am slowly getting my IG mojo back and looking forward to reconnecting with you all. Sending love and coffee ☕️❤️😘
Just a few things I saw from #CES2018 besides looking at the usual camera stuff - lots of autonomous cars, including motorcycles, the hyperloop, crazy thin and curved TVs. Riding in the new BMW M5 and doing donuts in the parking lot was super fun! Google had a huge presence this year now that every appliance seems to have Google assistant (and Alexa) integration. I can't wait to talk to my toilet on the future hahah!