We believe being happy, or happiness, is a skill-set we learn. We strive to help kids develop the 5 key characteristics of well-balanced, happy children.
We believe kids understand the difference between real technology and toys. Children recognize technology that is made for them versus repurposed or overly simplified.
Kids' products that are fun and engaging have play value. Those that are quickly discarded or are considered uninteresting do not.
Our mission is to promote and
Math, reading and writing are essential.
Self-control for personal improvement.
Social skills for positive relationships.
Bravely take on new challenges.
Develop problem solving skills.
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True Play Value has been defined as "how much play can you get out of something" and it can be proved mathematically. Calculate the true play value of toys in your home.Calculate a toy's TPV
Play value encourages problem solving, relationships and health. These skill sets build mental, emotional and physical growth, which are at the core of a happy person. High True Play Value toys develop skill sets that build happiness.
*Our demonstration is only meant for illustrative purposes. We recognize that there will be varying opinions for the definition of True Play Value.