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Help your child feel like they've gone back in time when you have this Dinosaur Land Playmat. The playmat creates a prehistoric setting that will make learning and playing with dinosaurs twice the fun.
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Help your child learn to write and draw with this LED Smart Kid Projector. The projector helps to create images on practice paper so kids can learn without wasting printer ink and paper.
This coupon was added about 7 months ago, may expire any time. Verified by Caitlyn.
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Your child will love watching the colors bounce off of their wall when you have this Rainbow in my Room Lamp. The special lamp is designed to reflect light which will help your little one get to sleep.
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About Young Explorers:

I know I am going to apologize more than once here. I don't feel sorry when children have a toy or an electronic item that I feel/know can educate them (while compelling them) when it's either worth the money or has a technological-advanced bent. However, when a company tries to sell items that are unoriginal and not innovative, but their marketing strategy tries to bilk parents and/or other potential buyers by portraying the "educational toy" as something more than a bunch of plastic pieces-that is something worth complaining about. The "pretend and play" doctor kit on the website is just one of the many examples I can point toward.

Yes, that particular item is an Oppenheimer Gold Award winner. Awards carry a lot of weight. As a consumer and as an educator by profession, I find this item ridiculous, for lack of choice words. At the suggested price, first of all, it doesn't even include batteries to simulate a heartbeat on the stethoscope. What about selling a low-end version of a real stethoscope? Why is the child taking a bear's pulse? If we are going to simulate a real-life situation, why not use humans? Why not market the product for two children to interact? I realize children are often alone learning, but how about encouraging interaction?

I'm also unnerved by the "gifts for girls" section on the website. Way to categorize and stereotype genders. I wouldn't recommend this site to anyone cares who about progressive thinking or values their dollar.

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