8 best toys to inspire creativity in children

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November 19, 2016

  • 1 / 8 Kinetic Sand by Waba Fun

    Kinetic sand stimulates and develops children’s fine motor and creative playing skills and is 100 per cent safe non-toxic. Comes in a variety of colours too! 

    Get: $51.90 (2.27kg), from Pupsik Studio

    Related: Kid-friendly things to in Singapore: October 2017

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  • 2 / 8 Hello Kitty 21″ Guitar

    Foster your child’s love for music with this adorable and handy instrument. Who knows? You might just be training up the next musical genius! 

    Get: $29.95, from Toys”R”Us

    Related: Must sea: 8 super cute ocean-themed gifts for baby

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  • 3 / 8 Rosebud Pet Grooming Parlour

    Build a child’s imaginative and social skills with this adorable grooming parlour set that encourages pretend play. 

    Get: $66, from ELC

    Related: Learning is child’s play

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  • 4 / 8 Swimming Frog

    This cute floating frog encourages children to splash along in a pool or tub while improving their balance and strength. 

    Get: $25.90, from Hamleys

    Related: Educational toys for kids: Bilibo game box review

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  • 5 / 8 Play-Doh Frozen Sled Adventure

    This fun Play-Doh set lets kids create a summer paradise for Olaf from Frozen with moulds and dough! 

    Get: $29.90, from Toys”R”Us

    Related: Toddler loses interest in toys quickly: What to do

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  • 6 / 8 Num Noms Ice Cream Starter Pack

    Mini chefs will love mixing and matching real flavours and scents to create new recipes. The starter pack comes in three flavours: Neapolitan, Tutti Frutti and Banana Split. 

    Get: $22.90, from major department stores

    Related: 5 hot toys for babies and toddlers

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  • 7 / 8 Robocar Poli Transforming Robot

    Train up a child’s mind, eye and hand coordination with this toy that easily transforms from a car into a robot. 

    Get: $19.90, from major department stores

    Related: Toy review: Oribel Vertiplay wall toy series for babies and toddlers 

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  • 8 / 8 Melissa & Doug See & Spell Learning Toy

    It comes with over 60 colourful wooden letters to help little ones familiarise with three-and-four letter words. 

    Get: $28.90, from Pupsik Studio

    A version of this story first appeared in The Singapore Women’s Weekly

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Kinetic Sand by Waba Fun Kinetic sand stimulates and develops children’s fine motor and creative playing skills and is 100 per cent safe non-toxic. Comes in a variety of colours too!  Get: $51.90 (2.27kg), from Pupsik Studio Related: Kid-friendly things to in Singapore: October 2017 Hello Kitty 21″ Guitar Foster your child’s love for music with this adorable and handy instrument. Who knows? You might just be training up the next musical genius!  Get: $29.95, from Toys”R”Us Related: Must sea: 8 super cute ocean-themed gifts for baby Rosebud Pet Grooming Parlour Build a child’s imaginative and social skills with this adorable grooming parlour set that encourages pretend play.  Get: $66, from ELC Related: Learning is child’s play Swimming Frog This cute floating frog encourages children to splash along in a pool or tub while improving their balance and strength.  Get: $25.90, from Hamleys Related: Educational toys for kids: Bilibo game box review Play-Doh Frozen Sled Adventure This fun Play-Doh set lets kids create a summer paradise for Olaf from Frozen with moulds and dough!  Get: $29.90, from Toys”R”Us Related: Toddler loses interest in toys quickly: What to do Num Noms Ice Cream Starter Pack Mini chefs will love mixing and matching real flavours and scents to create new recipes. The starter pack comes in three flavours: Neapolitan, Tutti Frutti and Banana Split.  Get: $22.90, from major department stores Related: 5 hot toys for babies and toddlers Robocar Poli Transforming Robot Train up a child’s mind, eye and hand coordination with this toy that easily transforms from a car into a robot.  Get: $19.90, from major department stores Related: Toy review: Oribel Vertiplay wall toy series for babies and toddlers  Melissa & Doug See & Spell Learning Toy It comes with over 60 colourful wooden letters to help little ones familiarise with three-and-four letter words.  Get: $28.90, from Pupsik Studio A version of this story first appeared in The Singapore Women’s Weekly

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