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Hands-on-learning & Creative Play with Days with Grey

We all know that once November arrives, we start thinking about Holiday gift options! Beth from Days With Grey shares some of her favorite finds to encourage hands-on-learning and creative play. These ECO-friendly children’s toys and games are fantastic to play with on their own, but also perfect to enjoy with a group of friends.image2

When I found MamaMayi on Etsy, I was instantly impressed. You will be too.

Jessica’s shop, MamaMayi is stocked with ECO-friendly, Handmade Wooden Learning Toys, Toddler Games, and Infant Playthings inspired by Montessori and Waldorf Methodologies for Learning through Play and Connecting Through Play Experiences. Both of these methods believe in hands-on learning and creative play.

Jessica’s toys are are built to last, and grow with your little one. MamaMayi believes strongly in connecting through play, and they hope you’ll welcome their handmade goodies into your home!

Her shop has toys and games for babies, toddlers, preschoolers and big kids. There really isn’t anything in this shop that makes me want to stop viewing. (As in, I should probably log off so I can continue writing this blog post…)

Today and Friday, we will feature TWO of our favorite games from her shop. You can also follow her on her website www.mamamayishop.com.

Use the coupon code DAYSWITHGREY to receive 15% off your total purchase (excludes subscription bins) on the www.MamaMayiShop.com.

When our two games arrived to our home, the packaging alone created excitement. Each game came individually wrapped with a cute storage bag.

Mama May i also includes a little card with each game that suggests ways the game can be used. This is especially helpful for caregivers without any background with early education.

Preschool Make a Match Forest Game

 

The Make a Match Game Will Instantly Interest Your Preschooler.

Allow for time to just look at the wooden pieces before playing. My preschooler wanted to take them out of the bag, look at the forest animal, and name each one before playing.

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