Educational Toys: MERR-C Embroideries Export International

At previous trade fairs, we had also bought products from MERR-C Embroideries Export International. They make educational toys for young children, mostly made of cloth or felt.

They have bag-like books (very portable and neat too), which teach young children (probably aged 2-5 would be perfect) everything from colors, to shapes, to numbers, to letters. The books also practice your child's fine motor skills. In the book that we bought for my daughter, for example, she would have to button or zip things up, tie laces, etc.

Aside from the book-bag type of product, they also have products that you can hang on walls where children can learn about animals, dates and months, and even numbers. The books and the poster-type items usually have small pieces (also made out of cloth with velcro or with snaps) that your kid can stick to the proper place or item.

Aside from those products, MERR-C also makes playmats, potholders, oven mitts, refrigerator towels, door decors, Christmas decors, and other novelty products with embroideries.

MERR-C is located at 528 Hipolito St., Caingin, Malolos, Bulacan, Philippines, 3000. You may call them at 044 791 0443 in Metro Manila, Philippines. You can also use their cell +63 920 910 4167. They are an exporter so if you would like to order their products for shipping abroad, you can always inquire.

Again, if you do decide to get in touch with them, inquire, and order, please let them know that you read about them here at viloria.com. Thanks!

[By Angelica Viloria | Thursday, November 2, 2006]


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