Going back to school looks a little different this year. As a way to help parents navigate the uncertainty, we created a list of learning resources that will help your children master the skills they need. Best of all, no screen time is needed for any of the below items, and parents will be able to use these items to play educationally-inspired games.


1- Learning Resources Number Pops (Ages 3+)

These fun “pops” help kids learn numbers 1-10 through counting and matching, which helps with the development of fine motor skills.

2- Learning Resources Alphabet Pops (Ages 3+)

Another fun set of “pops” with upper and lower case letters to match up that also develops fine motor skills.


3- Hi-Ho! Cherry-O Board Game (Ages 3+)

This classic game is a great intro to board games that develops counting skills and focus.

4- Zingo Game (Ages 4+)

A fun game that helps to develop language and matching skills. 

5- Spot It Jr. – Animals (Ages 4+)

This fast-paced game is great for little animal lovers and helps to develop matching and fine motor skills.

6 – Skoolzy Peg Board Set (Ages 3+)

This Montessori-inspired set of colorful pegs is great for developing fine motor skills and color recognition. 

7- Skoolzy Rainbow Bears (Ages 3+)

This colorful set of bears can be sorted by color into corresponding cups, counted and used for games. Great option for learning to sort.

8- Baby Animals Matching Game (Ages 3+)

This matching game helps develop concentration and memory.

9- Melissa and Doug See & Spell (Ages 4+)

Learn letters by matching letter shapes and spelling out words.

10- Learning Resources MathLink Cubes (Ages 5+)

Great intro to counting higher than 10, learning shapes and grouping along with fine motor skills.

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