If you are like me, I am always on the lookout for great educational products and companies when it comes to purchasing toys for my child and as gifts. I would rather pay extra for a toy that I know will benefit and help a child with their learning That being said, I recently had to purchase a toy for a friend's son's upcoming 3rd birthday, and I knew just where to go to get it -- Ebeanstalk. If you are unfamiliar with Ebeanstalk and their products, you must time a few minutes to check out their website and offering. You will be amazed at the assortment of products for children ages 0-12. The website is easy to navigate and has toys and products searchable depending on a child's age range and gender. How great is that. No more searching through hundreds of products and descriptions just to find a toy that is age appropriate for your little one. Ebeanstalk takes the guessing out of the product and provides you with a detailed description, including how each toy will benefit your child's developmental growth. Just look at some of the top selling gifts for 3 year olds at Ebeanstalk:
Like I said, I recently stopped by the Ebeanstalk website as I had to pick up a gift for a friend's 3 year old son. There were so many great products to choose from, including Arts and Crafts from Alex, as well as other educational toys from Melissa and Doug and other popular toy brands. I ended up picking up the My Crafty Cars kit by Alex, as my friend's son is crazy about cars. I thought this would be a great rainy day project to work on, and great Daddy and Me bonding time. I can't wait to see what he thinks of his gift. Stay tuned for an update in the coming weeks.
So, if your child or a child's friend has an upcoming birthday, why not head on over to Ebeanstalk today and pick up a gift today. Good luck in picking just one toy. I end up getting a few, as it is so hard to decide between such great educational toys. With my daughter's first birthday coming up in a few weeks, you know where I will be doing my gift/toy shopping -- Ebeanstalk!
Disclosure: I was compensated by Ebeanstalk for my post. However, the views above are mine and mine alone.