Feed Your Mind with Fat Brain Toys

Feed Your Mind with Fat Brain Toys

What's a sign of a good toy?

If my child plays with a toy for more than 20 minutes, I consider that the mark of a good toy! We have a growing collection of Fat Brain Toys products because every member of our family loves playing with them! That's right, even I want to play with these toys! I'm very selective when it comes to what toys I want taking up space in my home, and I want them to be as educational as they are fun. I have found they are the highest quality, and very thoughtfully designed.

Fat Brain Toys was founded by husband and wife, Mark and Karen Carson, from the basement of their home in 2002. The company operates with the mission statement, "A Smarter Way to Play." Their toys include brain teasers, building, bath and teaching toys, puzzles, books and arts and crafts — to name a few. Each toy is designed to spark creativity and encourage curiosity. Early learning is made easy with interactive toys for all ages. Most of their toys are designed with playful colors and exciting textures to thrill your little one's mind!

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Fat Brain Toys truly goes above and beyond in the toy industry. They have collaborated with occupational therapists, special-needs professionals, teachers, and parents to create extremely thoughtful and intentional toys for children with specific developmental goals and children with special needs. They also lend support to non-profit organizations like the Team Jack Foundation, which funds pediatric brain cancer research.

They are also some of my favorite items to give as gifts, so keep them in mind for the upcoming holiday! Their carefully curated toys make it easy to find engaging , age-appropriate gifts for anyone on your shopping list.

You can shop Fat Brain Toys in store or on our website at BabyCubby.com.

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1 comment

Very good advices. I’m pregnant, soon I’m going to be mom, so such interesting blog as yours is very important to me. Thank you.


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