A collection of 80 durable wooden blocks teach little ones about colors and shapes while they build their own custom creations.
My First Block Set, Hape. $16.99
They’ll travel back to your childhood with this retro favorite boasting more than 200 colorful pegs. LED bulbs light up the screen four different ways to show off their art.
Lite-Brite, Basic Fun. $19.99.
Draw in real chocolate with a pen that makes it easy to decorate baked goodies. Touch a button to write words or create a design using one of 40 molds to make rainbows, hearts and more.
Chocolate Pen, Skyrocket Toys. $29.99.
Inspire a love of gardening and an appreciation for what goes into harvesting food with a two-sided set playset that comes with 30 pieces and has lights and music.
Fisher Price Grow-the-Fun Garden to Kitchen. $64.99.
This 1,023-piece armored transport shuttle features a cargo hold with opening sides and many more features for play once built. It also comes with collectible characters including The Mandalorian and The Child. Looking for more Baby Yoda toys? Here are some fun options.
The Razor Crest LEGO Star Wars. $129.99.
This 1000-piece Playbill Broadway Cover collage puzzle by NJ-based company Endless Games is perfect for the theater lovers in your crew. It’s over 19 x 26 at its finished size.
Playbill Collage Puzzle, $19.99, amazon.com.
Stick Together puzzles offer a fresh take on puzzles and are similar to paint by number where the person completing it uses a coded poster board and a color key code that tells them where each sticker goes on the board. The poster pictured here comes in a kit with one 40” X 36” poster coded for Starry Night, 3,996 stickers and a color key. Once placed on the board, a gorgeous pixelated image forms. Choose from more than 40 kits ranging from animals, famous landmarks and masterpiece paintings. It’s a great way to get the kids off their devices, too.
Stick Together Huge Mosaic Puzzle Poster Kit, $34.99, amazon.com