I discovered Discovery Toys (pun intended) at a street fair last summer. The brand offers a lot of great educational toys, many of which focus on subtle problem-solving development. I still have a list of toys to purchase for the holidays this year. I'm excited to use these toys with my girls.
You've probably seen Discovery Toys at an event similar to the street fair I was at. Yvette Newman started selling Discovery Toys 3 years ago and has combined this business with a gift basket business to create My Pride and Joy Gift Baskets. She has created basket groupings for infants, preschool and school age children. Themes include fairy tales, potty training, frogs and more.
When people hear the term "gift basket" they often imagine that the gift will be expensive. All of Yvette's baskets are less than $50, and most fall in the $30-40 range. Right now, shipping is free, making these baskets an even better deal. Visit My Pride and Joy Gift Baskets and contact Yvette to learn more about her March Madness promotion, running through the 21st of the month.
For more peace of mind, it's good to know that Discovery Toys are guaranteed for life, and it's easy to order any pieces if you lose any. In over 30 years, there have been no recalls on Discovery Toys, and a portion of sales benefits Autism programs.