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With summer vacation swiftly approaching, many parents are on the lookout for ways to keep their kids entertained and educated during the break – and what better way to avoid “brain drain” than with educational toys scooped up during Prime Day 2021!
On Monday, June 21, and Tuesday, June 22, parents can expect to score some amazing Prime Day deals. Not only will there be discounted summertime essentials for the family — like this awesome inflatable lounger or this smokeless fire pit — there will also be great deals on educational kids’ toys.
When it comes to keeping kids busy while also keeping their brains sharp, there’s a lot of great upcoming sales. But the best so far is the discount on this adorable canopy, perfect for creating a cozy reading nook for your little ones. On Prime Day, this canopy will be 31% off – bringing it to just $20.79!
Whether it’s creating a cute little reading nook in the backyard or right at the kitchen table, parents will be able to keep “brain drain” at bay this summer with these awesome Prime Day 2021 deals!
You can find all of our Prime Day 2021 coverage in one convenient place. Plus, you’ll find markdowns from Amazon and beyond on everything from Instant Pots to Ring doorbells.
For more kid-friendly sales, check out our guide to the best Prime Day 2021 deals for educational toys below.
1. Kindle Kids Edition, with parental controls, $64.99 (41% off)
Keep kids reading all summer long with this 10th generation Kindle Kids Edition — with no games, ads, or videos to distract your little ones! Parents will receive one year of Amazon Kids+ with their Kindle purchase, where kids can explore popular titles, like the complete Harry Potter series. The Kindle Kids Edition holds over a thousand Amazon Kids+ titles and provides weeks of battery life.
2. Adventure Kids Outdoor Explorer Kit, with Children Binoculars, Flashlight, Compass, Magnifying Glass, Butterfly Net & Backpack, $13.99 (22% off)
Help kids explore the beautiful world around them with this outdoor adventure kit! This kit supports STEM learning and encourages scientific exploration with its binoculars, compass, butterfly net, and other essential adventure supplies. This summer, kids can get a hands-on biology lesson — all while having a blast!
3. LOGROTATE 16 Colors Moon Night Light with Stand/Remote Control/Touch/USB Rechargeable, $36.70 (20% off)
Inspire a love for all things astronomical with this lovely moon night light! With its 16 LED colors, fun remote control, and detailed moon surface, this entrancing lamp will have kids eager to search the night skies and learn all about the galaxy we live in.
4. Kids Gardening Tool Set, $17.59 (27% off)
Make earth science a hands-on activity with this adorable gardening toolset! Kids will have a blast getting their hands dirty in the backyard, all while learning about nature and biology. The set includes a watering can, gloves, a shovel, a rake, a fork, and an adorable bag to carry it all in.
5. Meland Fuse Beads Kit – 11,000 pcs, 36 Colors Fuse Beads, Including 5 Pegboards, Ironing Paper & Chain Accessories, $15.99 (20% off)
Work the creative side of your kids’ brains with this adorable fuse bead kit! With this 11,000-piece kit, kids can create an endless amount of 3D artwork — all while strengthening their fine motor skills and engaging their imagination! They’ll be so busy having fun; they won’t even realize they’re sharpening their mind!
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