Westminster, CO (PRWEB) October 12, 2012
Diane Rushton is excited to announce the creation and launch of her new website, http://www.EinsteinEducationalToys.com. Upon the recognition that there are many toys and games out there that are marketed to children with the sole purpose of passing the time, Rushton decided to build a website that would focus on products that provide children with educational merit. As a retired teacher, Rushton has experience looking for the best of the best when it comes to learning toys and games and has found an excellent assortment of products to sell on her new website.
“One of the reasons I started Einstein Educational Toys was to have a website dedicated to the development of mental and physical skills as well as having products that capture attention, curiosity, and imagination,” said Rushton. “I think too many toys and games help the child pass the time without any real educational merit.” Rushton has carefully selected the products available on her website to ensure that they work towards the development of specific educational skills in children.
Popular toys and puzzles such as the Perplexus Epic and the Snap Circuits line of toys are available on EinsteinEducationalToys.com. The Perplexus Epic is a highly-rated puzzle that works to develop hand-eye coordination and problem solving in children and the Snap Circuits line is designed to build electronic skills, allowing children to follow directions and connect circuits together to build simple electronics such as sirens, bells, and lights. Another useful game available on the website is the Life on Earth Matching Game, which is very good for sharpening memory skills and building wildlife recognition in children 5 years and older; Rushton has stated that a game like this would be very good for a Special Education department at any elementary school and it was the winner of the Oppenheim Toy Portfolio’s Best Toy Award.
Rushton is always looking for new products to add to her website and plans to expand by adding products from fresh manufacturers with products that have a lot of educational merit. She is constantly going to be finding new products with the intention of educating children and stimulating their creativity, intelligence, and overall growth. Rushton would like to target parents, teachers, kids, and school districts looking for the balance between education and entertainment.
To complement the website, Rushton is also launching a blog at http://www.EinsteinEducationalToysBlog.com. The blog will highlight different toys and explain their educational merit. There will also be discussions about helping children build specific skills such as pinpointing certain toys that are great for motor development or other skill sets.
About the Company:
EinsteinEducationalToys.com – a division of Legacy Exchange, Inc. – is owned and operated by Web entrepreneur Diane Rushton.