Bright Buttons Toys

Learning Activities, Games, puzzles, books & Toys

Welcome to Bright Buttons Toys, your one-stop-toy-shop when it comes to offering the best selection of learning activities, board games, kids puzzles, children’s books, toy trains and much more to enhance your child’s educational development. We offer Learning toys from the world’s best toy brands including Hape, Tolo, Janod, Le Toy Van, Melissa and Doug, Dyles, Djeco, Learning Can be Fun and many more. To ensure your child has the best when it comes to early leaning, be sure to purchase your boys and girls toys, books, games and puzzles from Bright Buttons Toys.

Coupon Codes for ASOS Australia

Want to save on kids clothes too?

Well if you head on over to CodeCoupon you can get a big discount on clothing for young and old with ASOS Australia Coupons

The discount codes aren’t only just for kids clothes, you can save on adult dresses, skirts, shoes, tops and a whole heap of local and international brands at ASOS Australia.

Just grab a code and head over to to save on the latest fashion.

nurturing your bright button

Enjoy 20 to 50 percent off ALL Learning Games and Activities.
Monday, October 08, 2012
Enjoy 20% to 50% off all Learning Games and Activities at Bright Buttons Toys.  While stock lasts!
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Wednesday, August 29, 2012
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A Guide to Choosing Kids Games
Thursday, August 09, 2012
Parents these days are very much aware on the importance of letting their kids play games. They know that this is the key to develop specific skills and to keep their kids distracted and entertained all at the same time. The main problem with parents, especially first-time parents, is that they try to make the games so elaborate in their effort to make them more fun. Well, the best kids games are always those that are pretty simple and easy to play.  More
Enhancing Fine Motor Skills


Fine Motor Skills by definition are the coordination of small muscle movements which occur primarily in the fingers, usually in coordination with the eyes (Wikipedia). Enhancing children’s fine.. Read More >>

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