June is a time of celebration for grade school students: it’s finally summer break! No more homework, tests and long days at school (well, at least until August rolls around).
If you have shoppers who are parents of school kids and want some great products to keep the kiddos entertained this summer, we’ve got what you need!
GeoCentral isn’t just any toy company. Where others may make toys for the sake of fun only, GeoCentral makes toys that are both fun and educational! Check out their awesome geological learning toys, featuring mini archaeological excavation kits and gemstones!
Another educational toy company for kids, Giantmicrobes makes plush versions of the very tiny microbes that live inside our bodies. These microbes make learning about certain viruses and diseases less scary and easier for kids to comprehend. Take a look at their cute collection of plush germs!
Nothing is better than getting out in the garden on a balmy summer morning and working in the garden. And now kids can get in on the action as well, thanks to Powerful Plants! This company supplies 36 varieties of organic vegetable seeds and interactive, educational books that are perfect for teaching kids about growing their own plants!
Tucker Toys makes a lot of super unique outdoor toys for kids, but one of their coolest products is the ZB Freestyle Board. This product features a dual-sided skateboard with a durable high-bounce ball in the middle. This board lets kids do awesome skateboard tricks — like Ollies, 360 spins, and board flips — in a new and fun way!
What’s the summer break without some backyard pool fun? PlayVisions has some fantastic products that make swimming or lounging in a swimming pool even more of a blast! Their Water Bouncers are designed specifically for pool play, and when thrown skip across the surface of the water just like a skipping stone!
This great company makes model sets that are challenging, educational, and absolutely fun! They have many traditional-style model sets, but some of their more unique products are the Smithsonian 3D Motorized Puzzles. These models are three-dimensional toys that, once assembled, can move just like a live creature or vehicle!