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About bObles

It’s no wonder bObles kids' furniture has earned a place in NYC's Museum of Modern Art (which has also included the brand’s products in its shop as one of the finest examples of modern Danish design). Founded by sisters Bolette and Louise Blædel in 2005, bObles kids' furniture is striking, multi-functional, and appeals to kids and adults alike. Each animal-shaped piece seamlessly transforms in a way that engages tots’ creativity and motor skills — and looks right at home in the sleekest living rooms.

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Sale Ended November 02, 2012

Developmental Toys & Books

We always try to pick out the most fun toys for our kids (we want the playroom to be the happiest place on earth), but we love it when a toy combines fun with learning. From letters to new languages, the items here all have an educational component (we have books, too!). Our top picks: A play mat made of connecting letters, and toy instruments for mini musicians.

Sale Ended October 08, 2011

Edushape: Where Learning is Fun!

Playing is a kid’s job, and this line of educational toys, which first hit the market in 1983, make playtime as enriching as it is fun. Included in today’s toy box: Sensory balls, activity mats, letter-shaped tiles, hippos and pirates for bathtime, and textured blocks.

Sale Ended January 14, 2013

Edushape Developmental Toys

Playing is a kid’s job, and this line of educational toys makes playtime as enriching as it is fun. Included in today’s toy box: foam play mats featuring numbers and letters, colorful blocks that help kids build their imaginations, plus musical instruments, shape sorters, and more.

Sale Ended August 06, 2013

Learning Toys: Pre-K-5th Grade

These toys are proof that you can't underestimate the power of play. Foam mats teach letters and numbers, building blocks teach fine motor skills, and special beanbags teach phonics. The kids will be happy, and so will you.