Bestselling Pre-Kindergarten Toys in 2020
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LEGO DUPLO My Town Pizzeria 10834, Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten Large Building Block Toys for Toddlers
- Eating out comes to life with this colorful, easy-to-build restaurant & pizza delivery bike!
- Includes restaurant owner, dad & child LEGO DUPLO figures
- LEGO DUPLO building toys are compatible with all LEGO DUPLO & LEGO construction sets for creative building
- The pizzeria is over 7" high, 7" wide and 3" deep
- 57 pieces - For boys and girls between the ages of 2 and 5 years old
LEGO DUPLO Airport Little Plane 10808, Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten Large Building Block Toys for Toddlers
- Features a plane with turning propeller and a radar tower with turning radar
- Help your child master basic building skills with this simple model
- Accessories include a fuel can and bricks decorated as a tool, wrenches and dials as story starters
- Plane measures over 3" (10cm) high, 5" (14cm) long and 5" (15cm) wide, radar tower measures over 5" (14cm) high, 2" (6cm) wide and 2" (6cm) deep
- LEGO DUPLO products are specially designed to be fun and easy for little hands
IGBBLOVE Dora Explorer Backpack Rescue Bag with Map,Pre-Kindergarten Toys Purple
LeapFrog LeapStart Pre-Kindergarten Activity Book: Read & Write and Communication Skills
- Explore the wacky world of Doodleburg and meet friends who help teach the keys to early reading, writing and communication skills.
- Teaches 11 pre-kindergarten reading and writing skills: identifying rhyming words, understanding how words are formed, writing letters and more.
- Includes 40+ replayable activities and 25+ reward stickers.
- Level 2: Pre-Kindergarten. Perfect for ages 3-5.
- Works with all LeapStart systems. (Sold separately.)
Scholastic Pre-K Reading & Math Jumbo Workbook
- Reading & Math Jumbo Workbook for Grade PreK
LEGO DUPLO My Town Birthday Party 10832, Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten Large Building Block Toys for Toddlers
- Features a rocking seesaw and a buildable tree
- Includes three LEGO DUPLO figures: a grandma and two children, plus a squirrel figure
- Accessory elements include a fabric blanket, balloons, cake and a flower
- Includes bricks decorated as birthday gifts and nuts for the squirrel as story starters
- Tree measures over 3" (10cm) high, 2" (6cm) wide and 2" (6cm) deep, Seesaw measures over 1" (3cm) high, 4" (12cm) wide and 1" (3cm) deep
LEGO Duplo Batcave Challenge 10842
- Build the Batcave Challenge, featuring the Batmobile, Batcycle, a cannon, jail and screen control zone!
- Accessories include a batarang, water gun, ladder, fence, chair and cannon darts
- Includes four LEGO DUPLO figures: Batman, Robin, The Joker and Poison Ivy
- LEGO DUPLO Batman building toys are compatible with all LEGO DUPLO construction sets for creative building
- Spider-Man's Spider Truck measures over 7" high, 9" long and 2" wide
- 73 pieces - For boys and girls ages 2 to 5
LEGO DUPLO My First Rocket 10815, Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten Large Building Block Toys for Toddlers
- Features a buildable rocket and planet, a double-sided girl/boy-decorated brick, bricks decorated as a moon, 2 planets and 3 stars, and 1-2-3 number-decorated bricks as talking points for learning and play
- Encourage early construction skills by stacking the bricks to make a rocket and planet
- Includes building cards to help you combine the bricks in different ways, creating new rockets or buildings and play with your toddler while introducing 1, 2, 3
- Rocket measures over 9" (23cm) high, 3" (9cm) wide and 2" (6cm) deep
- LEGO DUPLO products are specially designed to be fun and easy for little hands
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MiluoTech Wooden Building Blocks with 3 Connected Vehicle Towing Toys for Preschool, Pre-Kindergarten Children and Toddlers
Disney Princess Activity Workbooks - Set of 4 - Preschool Pre-k Kindergarten 1st Grade Workbooks. Learn; Phonics, Alphabet, Letters, Writing, Reading, Spelling, Numbers, Phonics & Reading, Counting, Addition & Subtraction. These Disney Princess Activity Workbooks Will Teach Kids, Reading Skills, Spelling Words, Math & Problem Solving, Language, Comprehension, Problem Solving, Basic Skills. Toddlers Can Begin to Learn, Letters & Sounds, Pre-reading Skills, Lowercase & Uppercase Letters, Writing and the Concept of Numbers, Writing Numbers, Adding and Subtracting & Counting Skills
- One (1) - Disney Princess 32 Page Alphabet Activity Workbook
- One (1) - Disney Princess 32 Page Spelling Activity Workbook
- One (1) - Disney Princess 32 Page Reading Activity Workbook
- One (1) - Disney Princess 32 Page Addition/Subtraction Activity Workbook
- Complete Set of 4 Disney Princess Activity Workbook - Fun Activity Workbooks for, Learning and Development of Basic Educational Skills
National Epidemic: The Rise of Diabetes in Children
Diabetes is becoming a national epidemic. Why is it on the rise? The modern way Americans live is a huge factor. We have fuast food restarurants in abudance, in every city and small town.
Statistics are saying that now one in every three children living today, will have diabetes sometime in their lifetime. They also say that it is the most common chronic disease in children and adolescents. They estimate that there is all ready 151,000 people below the age of 20 who has diabetes.
What do we do about it? First, we must understand what diabetes is.
Diabetes is a disease in which our blood glucose levels are too high. The food we eat is turned into glucose, or sugar. Our bodies use this sugar for energy. Our pancreas makes a hormone naturally that is called insulin. Insulin is what helps the glucose to get into our cells of our bodies. When you have diabetes your body doesn't make insulin or isn't able to use it as well as it should. This causes the sugar to build up in your blood. Then you have diabetes.
The two major factors that causes diabetes is not enough exercise and poor diet. With that being the case, then the two easiest way to avoid getting diabetes is to exercise more and to eat more properly.
Children today, tend to sit more than they did in yester years. They have computers, video games and television sets that via for their attention. Parents are busy. They don't always have the time to spend with their children so these modern toys are perfect ways to keep your children occupied. Things like this need to change. Parents need to take the time to get their children motivated to do more activities, to play outside, to get moving. And since diabetes is on the rise with adults, too, this is the perfect way for parents to help themselves and their children. Together, you should plan activities, walks, play ball, swimming, whatever will get both of your attention and both of your up onto your feet. It is estimated that everyone should get at least 30 minutes of exercise a day, five days a week. Maybe it is not possible to get that much into your schedule, but do what you can. Plus, once you get your child off of the sofa, he or she may have a new fondness for active activity.
As for diet, you all ready know the rules here. Eliminate the intake of fats and sugars your child eats. Substitute the junk food for more fruits. Most importantly, limit the amount of soft drinks your child has. Soft drinks are loaded with sugar and chemicals.
Overweight children are more likely to develop diabetes. Therefore, you must pay attention to what your child is eating and how much activity he or she is getting. What a child learns early in life will be carried into adult life. Teaching good eating habits and the importance of exercise will help lead your child into a lifetime of better health.
Of course, heredity does play a part in one's health. If diabetes runs in the family, your children are more at risk.
Testing for diabetes is essential. It can be easily checked during a routine urine test and usually is. But don't take it for granted. Ask your child's doctor to check for diabetes whenever a urine test is taken. When your child reaches the age of ten, especially if he or she is overweight, make sure he or she is tested every two years. Early detection is essential because if your child is pre-diabetic (within a normal, but high glucose, sugar, level) you both have time to get it under control before it becomes full blown diabetes.
As with all things in life, information about diabetes is also important. Learning what to do and doing it may help keep your child healthy. And we all want our child to be one, of the two out of three, that lives a diabetes free life.