CBS Los Angeles: Best Holiday Gift Ideas for Kids

CBS LA logo

December 9, 2014- The Hello Numbers Discovery Pack was one of only three products for babies & toddlers to be featured in the CBS Los Angeles holiday gift guide.

“Have a kid on your holiday shopping list that is hard to buy for? We’ve hand selected a few of our favorite gifts for the season, with age recommendations for babies and toddlers, preschool and early learners, and older elementary school aged kids too. Read on for these great kid’s gift picks this year.

For Babies & Toddlers:

Hello Numbers Discovery Pack

The Hello Numbers Discovery Pack uses multisensory learning to introduce children to numbers in a fun and friendly way! Playful numbers come alive through their own storytelling, captivating readers along the way and is perfect for traveling. Includes the Hello Numbers book, access to a Hello Numbers tablet app, and the small plush numbers that will get even the smallest of kids interested in learning.

Tegu Introductory Building Set

For kids hitting the 12 month mark this holiday season, consider the long-lasting gift of Tegu magentic wooden block system. The 14-Piece Set introductory building set is perfect for getting to know and love the system and includes 14 blocks in 5 shapes: 2 medium columns, 4 long planks, 4 short planks, 2 cubes and 2 parallelograms. Tegu products are all eco-friendly and sustainably-sourced from Central American hardwoods.

B. Wheeee-Is Soft Cars

Each of the four B. Wheeee-Is Soft Cars make different sound effects designed to keep your little one engaged. Suitable for newborns and up, the set includes a car, truck, racer and taxi. Your little one can pull the vehicles back and release them to self propel. Each of these kids toy vehicles sports a different color and shape, and they make different sounds. The car rings, the truck chimes, the racer rattles and the taxi squeaks. These sound-effect toy cars help develop your little one’s auditory and motor skills.”


Click here to read the rest of the original guide on CBS Los Angeles.