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August 26, 2009

Active Play: Pyramid, part 2

Because physical development is an important component of your child's growth, you'll want him to play with some toys that encourage hand-eye coordination and gross motor skills.

Toys like
Hammer Away, teaches object permanence (now you see it, now you don't) while lining up mallet with 4 different color balls and rings on an adorable tugboat
AB Seas, go fishing with your magnetic pole for the letters of the alphabet in a bingo-style game
Puzzle Ring Toss, like quoits, you'll toss the colorful rings onto a puzzle of base pieces that are numbered to help you keep score.
6 in 1 Play Center toss the ball, shoot hoops, pitch like in baseball, pitch or putt the soft golf balls
Flip Flop Faces toss the bean bags into the matching target bowl in an effort to flip the bowl (look for a new design when our Fall Season begins September 1).

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