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Source: A compendium of fun objects to celebrate Children's Day

From a screenless toy that teaches how to code to a bright and modern desk and chair to help your little ones study, check out this week's covet list

Easydia Junior Chair London by Arcadia Design
Easydia Junior Chair London by Arcadia Design
Easyolo Junior Table London by Arcadia Design
Easyolo Junior Table London by Arcadia Design

TAKE A SEAT

Easydia Junior Chair and Easyolo Junior Table London by Arcadia Design

Bright and playful, this table and chair set sports a modern design and is ergonomic, made of solid wood with a non-toxic finish. Available at Qrator.com; €239 (around 21,000) for the chair and €365 for the table



Antonia Jumpsuit by Born
Antonia Jumpsuit by Born

JUMP RIGHT IN

Antonia Jumpsuit by Born

This boiler-suit-style jumpsuit made from organic cotton is perfect for young children. Featuring a miniature jungle print, welt pockets and drawstrings, the garment is also effortlessly gender-fluid. Available at WorldofBorn.com; starting from 4,200



Mochi Robot: Lego-Compatible, Screenless Coding by Mark Pavlyukovskyy
Mochi Robot: Lego-Compatible, Screenless Coding by Mark Pavlyukovskyy

CODING FOR KIDS

Mochi Robot: Lego-Compatible, Screenless Coding by Mark Pavlyukovskyy

Want to teach children coding without spending time on the screen? This toy does just that, educating children on the English alphabet, numbers, words and colours. Available at LearnwithMochi.com; $199 (around 14,700)



CC-60SCE Concert Electro-Acoustic Guitar by Fender
CC-60SCE Concert Electro-Acoustic Guitar by Fender

STRINGS ATTACHED

CC-60SCE Concert Electro-Acoustic Guitar by Fender

This guitar is great for children keen on learning an instrument while spending time indoors. With a walnut fretboard and a spruce top on a smaller body, its size is manageable for younger players. Available at Bajaao.com; 25,384



Abacus by Varnam Craft Collective
Abacus by Varnam Craft Collective

KEEPING COUNT

Abacus by Varnam Craft Collective

Crafted in the stunning artistry that originated in Channapatna, this object remains an important tool to teach children arithmetic. The beads are made with natural organic dyes. Available at VarnamStore.in; 2,500

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Wee People by Bloon
Wee People by Bloon

LITTLE PEOPLE

Wee People by Bloon

From this minimalist and open-ended toy label come these simple humanistic wooden figures to help your young child lend them some imagination, character and life. They are handcrafted from wood. Available at BloonToys.com; 1,150

  • FIRST PUBLISHED
    14.11.2020 | 05:00 PM IST

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