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Favorite Toys for BCBack to School 2018
By Lauren Ikenn
Posted on August 17, 2018
Over the next few weeks kids across the country will be headed back to school! With that comes the need to find toys to keep our children entertained while learning. Gone will be the long days at the pool, late night bike rides and lazing around—at least until next summer. But who says learning can’t be fun? We’ve rounded up some of our favorite toys that are perfect for any kid to play with during his or her down time. Stay tuned to the BCBlog, our Facebook and Instagram for all things back to school over the next few weeks. PLUS, we’re giving away great back to school essentials (including many of our favorite toys below!) as part of our 2018 BCBack To School Giveaway. Make sure to ENTER TO WIN HERE.
BCB’s Favorite Toys include:
Budsies (All Ages), $99.00: You can now bring your little one’s art to life. Budsies turns a drawing or a photo into a custom-sewn stuffed animal, making the world that much more huggable.
Tech Will Save Us (Ages 4+), $29.99+: This range of affordable STEM toys is accessible for all families. Kids as young as 4 can make, craft, code and invent. The best way to learn is through play.
Osmo Genius Kit (Age 5-12), $79.20:Osmo is an award-winning game system that will change the way your child interacts with the iPad and iPhone by opening them up to hands-on play.Osmo has been adopted in over 30,000 schools in 42 countries around the world. Teachers are raving about how their students love experimenting, exploring, creating and collaborating with Osmo.
Highlights Write on Wipe Off Books (Ages 3-6), $12.99: These are perfect for little ones who are learning to write.Each write-on wipe-off page features a variety of puzzle types: Hidden Pictures scenes, matching, mazes and more, to make it fun to write and learn sight words.
HABA Snack Stack Sorting Box (Early Preschool), $24.99: Your kids will have so much fun learning adorable animals’ favorite foods, while training their shape-recognition and fine motor skills.