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I don’t know about any of you, but I will try anything (within reason) at least once. A new shampoo, new flavor of chips, Peep Oreos, etc. How else would you learn what you really enjoy, and what will be a quickly passing fad? Because of this, I have found some tried and true brands that are my first choice when buying almost anything. Do you feel this way about any companies? One of the companies that I have come to know, love and trust is Educational Insights.
If you haven’t been properly introduced to this great company, let me do so! Educational Insights is a company that believes in learning through play. They offer toys and games that spark kid’s natural curiosity, creativity, imagination and out of the box learning. They are always creating new fun lines of toys for kids of all ages.
One of the newer items they have is Playfoam Go! Playfoam is a non-toxic colored foam that never dries out, doesn’t stick to carpet and doesn’t leave spots on walls! The best part about this set is the great carry case. We have recently taken a couple day trips and this has been great for 5 ½ year old. There are nine compartments, with eight colors. The case also has built in shape molds. There are endless ways to enjoy this set. I’ve loved that he can be creative, calm and quiet, without his iPad in his face!
Educational Insights also has an amazing line called Illumicraft. This line makes STEM learning fun for your kiddos aged 8+. In each craft you build, decorate and personalize your own circuits. They have a journal, picture frame, jewelry organizer and more! I love that each craft has everything you will need in the box, offers easy to follow directions and combines crafting with learning and problem solving.
Educational Insights offers so many more amazing toys, games and crafts. Check them out on Facebook, Twitter and Instagram. If you don’t want to take my word for it, head to Chick-Fil-A, where their games are highlighted in the kids meals! What is your favorite toy or line at Educational Insights?