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March Top 13: Designs for Tiny Creative Minds

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[via Weesociety.com]

 

01

Online platform for kids to learn, create and share: diy.org

02

Hopscotch, an app for kids learning to code. We also love the Elias Learn app from Elias Smiles!

 

03

BJ Novak’s kids book, A Book Without Pictures, is seriously entertaining

 

04

Zoobean, a website that helps parents find books which can relate to their kids thematically

 

05

Turn your kids’ drawings into a figurine

 

06

Art Cards for Baby captivate little ones with striking black and white designs, or use them as flash cards as they get older

 

07

These illustrated wooden blocks from Wee Society are quirky and colorful! We also love these classic blocks with typography

 

08

Charley Harper Coloring Book allows young artists to create their own colorful originals

 

09

Through harmony and rhythm, writer Ann Rand inspires readers to listen to the tuneful play of her text as it sings off each page in Sparkle and Spin: A Book About Words

 

10

For those in the SF area looking to do something exciting and educational with your kids, the Exploratorium is never a let down, as well as the Children’s Creativity Museum!

 

11

Blurring the line between picture books and animated film, The Fantastic Flying Books of Mr. Morris Lessmore is an interactive narrative expereince available on the App Store

 

12

The Spherovelo Rider is designed for tiny tots just learning to stand or walk to accelerate their motor development

 

13

Monument Valley, an iPad game, stimulates nearly all of your senses by drawing on the puzzle-like principles of M.C. Escher (rated for 4 years and over, but we think adults can take a crack at this one too!)

Until next month!

 

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