A bag for legos and other toys, that transforms into a playmat. A clean design that makes cleanup easy.
Age-appropriate financial lessons for kids. “Families can use Money as You Grow to start a dialogue about money and teach kids important lessons about saving, making choices, and avoiding debt.”
A couple of great safety ideas when you have your toddlers in a parking lot.
Awesome – “A Community of Kids Who Make”. Yeah, already set up an account for my 11 week old.
“monthly projects that spark creativity and curiosity for kids ages 3-7. All materials and inspiration included.”
“Children give the first four years of your life back to you.”
Science Experiments, Videos, and Science Fair Ideas
A baby monitor that works over iOs that also includes crying and sleep data. “Evoz has unlimited range and can send smart alerts (call, text, or email) if your baby is crying.”
A collection of “off-the-grid-for-little-kids videos and other smart stuff” compiled by @riondotnu and her three year old. The videos run the gamut, as noted on the site:
“There’s just so much science, nature, music, arts, technology, storytelling and assorted good stuff out there that my kids (and maybe your kids) haven’t seen. It’s most likely not stuff that was made for them…
“But we don’t underestimate kids around here.”
I would buy a print of every single letter were they available.
A beautiful re-imagining of wooden blocks and car toys. The little kits make it easy for kids to assemble their own car designs.
Mollie Johanson's quirky DIY bookmark project. This opens up a lot of ideas for interesting placeholders and should inspire some neat projects for kids and adults.
On a Roll: Children’s Paper Chair is “made out of drawing paper rolled up like a pair of toilet rolls, and as a child uses paper, it’s scrolled from the back roll to the front one on which the child sits. As the child uses more paper, the chair gets taller and taller, conceivably getting larger as the little tyke grows taller.”