Story Book Games (ages 3-7)
-Three Little Pigs – spacial logic
-Red Riding Hood – maze logic
These classic stories are told through picture books with very clever illustrations. Help your little one read the stories, then watch the stories come alive by solving a series of puzzles that grow in difficulty over time. Not only are you fostering a love of literacy, but you’re helping your child solve problems before they know it.
The Big Dig (ages 5-12)
This is very reminiscent of playground equipment many adults will remember. Once assembled, you sit on the stool, which swivels 360 degrees, and control two “arms” that allow you to dig. As simple as it sounds, it can bring hours of outdoor fun in ANY season. Dig through the snow this coming winter, then through the mud when spring comes. Sturdy steel construction holds up to the elements. (weight limit of 100lbs)
Master Detective Kit (ages 8-14)
Who didn’t want to be a spy or detective when they were little? This kit offers everything necessary to spy on siblings or figure out just WHO stole the cookie from the cookie jar. Learn the techniques behind finger printing, coding messages, and more.
Rock ‘n Rody (ages 3-5)
This is a fun twist on a rocking horse. Our classic Rody, which is a bouncy horse, gets an update with a rocking and removable base.
Worry Eaters (ages 4-adult)
These adorable monsters are designed to ease your worries. We all have ‘em – these monsters will hold on to them for us! Simply write or draw what worries or bothers you, put it in your Worry Eater’s mouth, zip his mouth shut, and let him worry about it for you.
Roll & Play (ages 1 ½-5)
This is a watch and mimic game, where your little one is encouraged to copy what you say or do. Roll the giant, fuzzy dice, pick the matching color card, and act out what you see. The fun rolls on from there!
Action Princesses (ages 5-adult)
This is a get up and move game! Four princesses are attempting to rescue a prince who has been trapped in a tower by a giant, terrifying dragon. By following prompts on the cards such as “spin like a tornado for 10 seconds” or “do a conga line around the room,” you will make your way to the moat, where you’ll have to find a sword and a key to save the prince. This is a cooperative game where every player wins.
Modarri Cars (ages 8-adult)
Customize your own vehicle using swappable plates and wheels. Each kit comes with enough pieces to start swapping and customizing immediately, and each car has an individualized license plate that can be registered online for a digital experience!
Hugg-a-Planet (ages 3-adult)
This plush Earth will bring joy to any curious child. It’s a fun alternative to a globe that is equally as educational.
Pogo Jumper (ages 3-12)
This is a safer alternative to a pogo stick. With each jump you hear a squeak, and the pogo will grow with you, since it has an elastic band attached to its handle bar instead of a metal pole.