Posted on: June 23rd, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Even if you arenâ€™t a daycare professional outfitting your establishment with various childrenâ€™s play mats, but are a parent with a play room and young kids, you really ought to consider a large, world map made of foam puzzle pieces.Â These tough, durable mats are not only comfy to stand, sit, and play on, theyâ€™re also easily cleaned, non-allergenic, non-toxic, and impervious to liquidsâ€¦but theyâ€™re also really cool to look at and a great way for kids to learn names of continents and countries, along with the national flags of those countries!
And while youâ€™re at it, check out the other cool mats, such as the foam ABC puzzle mats [my personal favorite].Â Imagine your kids being able to spell their name(s) on the floor, like, â€œKevinâ€™s Roomâ€â€”you might have to get creative on the apostrophe, but you get the idea!Â Buy the whole alphabet, or enough of the right letters for your child to make a special message, like his or her entire name.Â No matter how you â€œpiece it togetherâ€, kids puzzle mats provide a soft, safe, durable surface on which your kids can learn and play.
Posted on: May 31st, 2010 by Charles Pruett
What kind of kids play mats are you looking for? Thereâ€™s perhaps not a kindergarten or pre-school class that would be complete without kids foam puzzle mats of one style or another. What a great way for your little onesâ€”whether your own or those you care for dailyâ€”to learn their ABCâ€™s, to develop finger dexterity, all the while playing (somewhat) quietly and safely! Buy two or three, and see what words kids can come up with, too!
The large, foam, tiles pictured here are brightly colored, and whatâ€™s more, are non-toxic, contain no PVC or latex, and are easily washableâ€”and durableâ€”for years of clean, quiet, safe fun for little childrenâ€¦and adults! The tiles, after complete assemblage, make about a 6 foot square mat kids can continue to play on, perhaps with colorful, carpeted play mats with maps or other pictures on them.
Posted on: April 30th, 2010 by Charles Pruett
Childrenâ€™s play mats, today, are one of the more enduringâ€”and ingeniousâ€”inventions designed for the joy and benefits of our children.Â Foam, interlocking play mats, for example, promote kidsâ€™ hand-eye coordination, help develop finger dexterity, provide a cushion over hard floors, and are non-toxic, containing no harmful PVCâ€”you canâ€™t beat fun, safe, AND educational, now can you?
If youâ€™d like to stimulate your childâ€™s (or studentsâ€™) learning about geography, then youâ€™ll really appreciate World Map Foam Puzzle Mats, which kids will absolutely love to put together; kids always love a good puzzle, and youâ€™ll be glad to see them doing something that not only stimulates their minds and intellect, but also results in a safe, comfortable place for them to play on a playroom or classroom floor.