Do You remember your favorite toys? They were the ones that lasted long after the birthday party or Christmas morning. Toys that engaged your imagination, and let you learn and create new ways to play. That’s exactly what you’ll find at Imagine the Challenge. They have collected the make-believe toys, the imagination toys, the unique science toys, and the learning toys for children that will stand the test of time. From simple children’s wooden toys, dolls and construction sets, to the newest interactive electronic early learning toys for children and babies, they offer something for every child in your life.
Experts agree that children learn best when their toys encourage creative play. Simple wooden toys like blocks, wooden doll houses, and toy trucks allow kids to develop their own stories, add their own sound effects. Puppets, Breyer horses and dolls encourage vocabulary development, and help children with skills in problem solving and communication.
Babies can learn right from the start, so Imagine the Challenge has gathered the best infant learning toys, interactive toddler toys, and preschool toys, all designed to give your baby a head start on a lifetime of learning. Choose classics, like wooden pull along toys, or go high-tech with interactive DVD’s, electronic learning stations or kid-friendly computer keyboards. They even have unique science toys designed to teach your preschooler about the world around them.
Take a few minutes to browse the selection at Imagine the Challenge. Search by category, by keyword, or by manufacturer. From Groovy Girls dolls and Thomas the Tank Engine sets to classic children’s wooden toys, Imagine the Challenge has the toys sure to become the ones your kids never forget!
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