In 2006 filmmaker, language teacher, and mom Julia Pimsleur Levine was looking for fun ways to introduce her young son to the French language. When she discovered there were no high-quality DVDs for teaching toddlers a foreign language, she decided to put her skills to work and create them herself. And it seems she got it right: The series, Little Pim, has won 17 awards, and seamlessly blends play and learning into one activity. Little Pim products make language learning fun and easy for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers. With Little Pim's help, your little one can soon be fluent in a host of languages, including Spanish, French, Chinese, Italian, Japanese and Arabic.
Keep baby snug as a bug with soft blankets, sleep sacks, and terry towels.
Set them up for hours of play with colorful stuffed animals, puzzles, and 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.
Little ones typically can't get enough of remote control cars and helicopters, so we've created a sale devoted to these electronic playthings. Whether kids are flying the choppers in the backyard or racing the cars around the basement, these toys provide hours of fast-paced entertainment.