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Edushape Tips to Beat Cold Weather Blues!



 
 
 
 
The cold weather has hit a large part of the country, but staying inside doesn't have to mean being bored.  Edushape exercises a child's mind by supporting life long skills, growing imaginations, and developing social and sensory skills.  Here are some of our favorite toys to beat the cold weather blues!
 
 
 
 
 
 
My Soft World Includes Edu-Foam Wood-Like blocks and color blocks, plus Edu-Foam people, cars, trucks, trees and other city themed accessories. Packaged in a “tool box” style reusable container for easy clean up.
 
 
 
 
 
Magic Symmetry - Children love mirrors from the earliest age. Magic Symmetry takes this fascination with mirrors one step further using low distortion, child appropriate 90 degree mirrors to magically enhance their variously shaped, brightly colored creations. Included activity cards help to get quickly started, with progressive levels of endless fun which are abundant in educational and developmental qualities.
 
 
 
 
 
Shape 'n Shadows - Take Hand Shadows to the Next Level! The physics of a simple shadow has entertained children forever. Shapes ‘N Shadows builds on that fun, to give children enchanting shadow options which they couldn’t otherwise achieve. Includes the self-standing 13” by 11½” Theater Screen and 24 pieces which snap together differently to form ever changing shadow puppet creatures. Uses any available type of illumination i.e. window, flashlight, etc. Encourages role playing, storytelling, creativity, building skills and so much more.

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