Scientists agree that children are our future, which is why most children are sealed in time capsules with a flashlight and a stack of magazines. Give a child something he or she will really dig with today's Groupon: for $20, you get $40 worth of educational toys, games, and more at Education Station, with locations in North Edmonton and South Edmonton.
Education Station paves the lanes towards educational enlightenment with interactive games, toys, puzzles, and more. The Band in a Box, a melodious 10-piece set with diminutive devices that include a tambourine, tiny symbols, and maracas, encourages the output of an experimental LP ($29.99). The All About Me classroom kit delves into a box of multicultural identity celebration, providing coping mechanisms for children unable to decide between team werewolf or team vampire ($36.99). The helpful staff can aid extremities in the selection of a puppet, such as the chef theatre puppet ($19.99) or the Three Little Pigs FingerTale puppets ($12.99), which excuse adolescent pinkies for extreme huffing. Inspiring, imaginative crafts and fixtures line Education Station’s shelves and enhance the shopping experience for both children and adults.
What began in 1998 as a business run out of Diane Shaw and John Foo's basement has blossomed into an empire of three brick-and-mortar shops, a warehouse, and an online emporium bursting with handy teaching tools and toys. Education Station's extensive collection supports the healthy mental and physical development of kids of all ages, whether they're honing fine motor skills or penning thought-provoking postmodern critiques of children's literature. Youngsters share quality time with parents and siblings over informative games, puzzles, and playthings, and teachers shape bright young minds with classroom supplies and lesson-plan supplements. Each shiny new e-book, fun toy, and challenging puzzle is hand-selected and fosters long-term learning and intellectual development.