With Christmas just around the corner, the countdown has begun to fill Santa's stocking. If you're already feeling exhausted at the thought of Christmas shopping, we have the solution.
Located in Marryatville and online, Toys2learn is an Australian owned and operated family business that supplies educational and traditional toys, as well as learning aids for all abilities. And as we need all the help we can get at Christmas – they gift wrap for FREE!
Established by Jodie and Chris Sanders, Toys2learn is more than just another store and website selling toys. Their vision is to help children around Australia to discover that learning can be FUN!
Every toy is thoughtfully selected to encourage learning through play. There are toys from every genre, including:
This year, keep space underneath your Xmas Tree for a FREE Toys2learn present for your child! Offer is valid with any purchase (in-store or online) over $30 between 10th November - 25th December 2018.
Jodie and Chris have a special needs son and have developed considerable experience working with children with Autism Spectrum Disorder (ASD). Subsequently, they offer a special service for parents of children with special needs to help them track down hard-to-find toys, which their very persistent child might be so desperate to acquire! View toys here.
They also offer the same sort of old-fashioned service which has made their Dernancourt shop so successful over the years. If Toys2lean do not stock a product, they will try their best to source it for you. Their knowledge of the toy market is comprehensive and they will welcome your enquiry. Feel free to contact them directly by emailing email@example.com.
Where: 224 Kensington Road, Marryatville, 5068 and online.
Get free delivery Australian-wide for all orders over $125. Afterpay and Zip Pay are also available.
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