The Potty Duck is a creative and fun way to help children learn and build confidence while potty training through pretend play, modeling, and imagination. When children squeeze the soft rubber duck to make it pee and flush the toy toilet, children are learning and practicing sequence of potty training. Potty Duck consists of one rubber duck with water-squirting capabilities and a plastic flushing toy toilet equipped with two strong suction cups that make it easy to attach to a variety of surfaces.
Wacky Links are comprised of 15 multicolor, supple, silicone straw-length tubes and 20 multicolored hard plastic multi-pronged connecters that serve double duty as “charms”. Wacky Links players are encouraged to cut the tubes to different lengths in order to create a variety of craft items such as bracelets, necklaces, rings, back pack charms, belts, anklets, headbands for themselves or to trade with friends and family. Wacky Links are offered in several themes, including "Rock 'n Roll Forever", "Safari Adventure", "Winter Wonderland", "Ocean Adventures" and many more.
The Q-Ball Extreme is comprised of two, lightweight, bright yellow tennis ball-sized rubber balls imprinted with black numbers on the Balls’ 10 flattened dimples. The Balls’ flattened dimples provide a mild, erratic bounce to when struck on a surface. As such, the primary purpose of the Q-Ball Extreme is develop a player’s hand-eye coordination and reaction time.
Every feeling has a face! Magnutto Make-A-Mood is a creative way to help participants identify, process, and react to feelings and emotions. Make-A-Mood is a laminated cardboard box that converts to a colorful easel with two blank faces. The box contains over 100 foam magnetic pieces of facial features, accessories and scenic elements that participants and / or facilitator uses to create faces on which to base discussion or role plays.
The Worry Eaters are soft, plush toys with zipper mouths designed to devour a child’s worries that the child has written down and / or illustrated on a sheet of paper and inserted into the toy. The Worry Eater is intended to serve as conversation starter in order to process the “worry” with a parent, facilitator, or members of a play / therapy group. The Worry Eaters are available in 18 varieties, varying in physical appearance characteristics and sizes, bound to appeal to a diverse set of tastes.
Comprised of 18 large, interchangeable block pieces, children are able to assemble six characters representing familiar professions. In addition, two-sided stand-up cards are provided for more play variety and learning. One side provides the name of the profession in six languages and a photograph of a child in the matching “uniform”, the other side provides one section of mural of a town with the profession’s matching work environment. A “More Ideas to Play” brochure is also provided for developing thoughtful conversations about possible career paths.
“A Different Little Doggy” is an illustrated children’s book all about a dog who is a little different from the rest. The storybook focuses on Taz, a dog who turns his differences into his strengths. Page by illustrated page, Taz informs the reader about everything that makes him unique, and how they are all positives that he would not change one bit. The story is written by Heather Whittaker and illustrated by Scott Alberts. In addition to the illustrated story, there is a separate classroom curriculum available with 10 activities for further exploration of the topic.
The Ready Set Go Superhero Play Therapy Bears are plush friends who help children overcome feelings and emotions. Bright in color and soft to the touch, each bear is complete with clothing and accessories to enhance the learning experience. The bears use the “Ready Set Go” system, which represents the following: get ready to overcome your fears, set your goals high, and go out there and be the best you can be. The bears come in two models: Brian and Brianna, as well as superhero versions of the bears.
Soapets are a bath time companion for kids! This collection of plush animals can get wet time and time again, and are made to hold kids’ soap, making bath time more of a play time. Each Soapet comes equipped to be used with bar soap and liquid soap, depending on preference. To use the bar soap, simply place it in the Soapet’s pouch, and for liquid soap, simply pour it onto the included Soapet sponge. Soapets come in 7 friendly and colorful options, ranging from Fefe the Dragon to Dyno the Dinosaur.
Don’t let the cookies crumble! Cookie Festival is a construction game all about balance. Kids can balance the four different colored cookiemen in red, white, yellow and green on top of the rocking Banana Base for a game of stacking. The cookiemen have arms and legs that fit together like a 3D puzzle, providing a variety of stacking options with or without the Banana Base to inspire creativity. The included user guide provides play suggestions as well as additional information about the product related to child development.