Learning Toys | Science Toys
Choosing presents for 10 year old boys and girls is led predominantly by their interests and the range of escape games like EXIT: The Sinister Mansion are perfect for older children and teenagers. Children are starting to learn science concepts and the collection from Thames & Kosmos has something for everyone, sparking a lifelong interest in the sciences. Beautiful scented stationery from Scent & Co is a definite hit and make perfect presents for 10 year old girls who tend to love stationery.
EeBoo is a boutique toy manufacturer based in New York and they design beautiful and well-made jigsaw puzzles for kids, educational games and art and crafts for children. With an emphasis on cheerful artwork and contemporary design from well known and award winning children’s book illustrators, the collection from Eeboo is perfect for encouraging creative play for kids and the whole family and making learning fun!
EeBoo and the environment
Committed from the beginning to responsible sourcing and manufacturing, eeBoo uses 90% recycled board and vegetable inks to make the vast majority of their products. Produced in a factory recognised for the integrity of its sustainable manufacturing, eeBoo's products never include unnecessary packaging or plastic components, and are so well made that they can be handed down and used again and again. Everything eeBoo makes is tested to the most stringent safety standards.
Collection of beautiful high quality educational toys, wooden toys and kitchen toys from award-winning British, family-run business Bigjigs Toys. The majority of Bigjigs' products are manufactured using Rubberwood, a byproduct of the latex production process. Rather than the wood being discarded at the end of its useful life, it is harvested from replenishable forests and used in toy production. It is a solid hardwood, perfect for producing quality, hard-wearing toys.
Bigjigs Toys believe in the importance of learning through play and their products support various aspects of child development. From rhythm to number recognition, from manual dexterity to gross motor skills, they love to encourage children to play, explore and learn.