All children start out with an instinct to explore and discover. They especially love learing to pretend-care for characters. When these two desires are woven together it makes for powerful learning.
Learning to help and care for nature and the natural world encourages your child to grow into a compassionate adult.
Children have different ways of learning and interests. Experimenting with different types of activities help you discover what your child responds best to.
There are no winners or losers when it comes to learning. When designed with enough depth, non-competitive play can add tremendous replay value for learning.
We always test our designs with children. We learn as much from them as they from us. Everything we create is child-centric and child intuitive.
If you care for him, the caterpillar turns into a cocoon. Help transform him into a beautiful butterfly, then do it all again when a new egg appears.
Feed the Very Hungry Caterpillar.
Grow flowers and pick fruit.
Go sailing alongside cute rubber ducks and goldfish.
Hunt for buried treasure with him.
Push him on a swing or take a peek into his colorful toy box.
Tap the cocoon and help transform him into a beautiful butterfly.
– USA Today
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