Joined 24 months ago from Israel
As an artist, my mom could turn any dull square into a charming, beautiful circle, a personality trait that helped stray animals of all sorts to find their way miraculously to her loving care. Dad was quite her opposite: an engineer, very rational and tidy, who could draw a straight line without the aid of a ruler. This rift is where I come in. As a child, I loved animals, music, and reading. As I grew older seeking for a profession, this dissonance of both my parents‘ worlds – science and art - remained.
Having a Ph.D. in medical research, working as a clinical nutritionist and sleep counselor and the desire to create art that matters to children and families, resulted in the foundation of Toys‘NTales.
Armed with the love and support of my husband and three daughters, I‘ve set out to make one small dent in the world, by empowering children to uncover their own challenges turning them into their unique gold mine.
23 months ago
Holiday season is here. With Halloween behind us, Thanksgiving is just around the corner. Christmas and Chanukah are a mile distances, you’d think food and play are a major part of life, each in its own venue. Let me take this opportunity to explore how these twains can meet:
24 months ago
In general, boys are programmed to prefer masculine-based toys and activities, such as action figures, vehicles and rough-and-tumble play, which promote spatial vision, exploration, hunting skills and independence; while girls prefer more static activities such as dolls, stuffed animals, educational
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