The Ogalala System In Play

Amina and Kids With Ogalala (3)

As a mom, I believe that play is very vital in my child’s development because it enhances his skills and development. Play gives your child a great opportunity to develop and practice new skills at her own pace by following her unique interests. So buying the right and perfect toy for our kids is very important too. That’s why I am very keen and happy to share with you what Ogalala System in Play are all about.

So first things first, what is Ogalala?

Ogalala is a system developed by IGM based on play and parenting insights wherein play products or educational toys are grouped together to develop the physical, intellectual, social, and emotional skills of a child from birth to 12 years old. It’s a brand under Internationale Globale Marques, Inc. (IGM) that is a corporation in the business of distribution, manufacturing and licensing of international global brands.


Ogalala believes that children learn through play so It has been developed to help identify important milestones and tools that will help support your child’s development, while at the same time helping you bond with your child. And the best thing about their product? It’s high quality, age appropriate, educational, and very safe for kids.

Sometimes we, parents think that toys are not essential not knowing that toys has a vital part in children’s playtime. Toys allow the kids to become more imaginative and creative and it really helps develop their skills and development. It also helps their social skills by playing and sharing toys with other kids or while having a meaningful playtime with their parents.


Cyler when he was six months old

My son, Cyler learned a lot from playing it helps him develop his fine motor skills as well as his analytical thinking. That’s why for me I always consider buying high and good quality toys and I really include it on our budget. I’d say it’s worth every penny to invest on a high quality toys because it last longer compare to other toys.

I learned a lot at this event and I’m really happy to share what I’ve learned.

Here are the milestones chart that you can use for your child’s development, this was also shared during the event. This chart is really helpful because it helps us, moms to track down our child’s development milestones.


Child Development MilestonesToddlers 

Child Development Milestones1




Child Development Milestones2

Ogalala believe that children are naturally warm, light-hearted and curious. And in today’s world of multiple distractions and pressure from our environment, kids grow up without fully reaching their physical, intellectual, social, and emotional potential.

Internationale Globale Marques Inc. (IGM), an affiliate of Richwell Phils. Group of Companies, recognizes that parents today want their children to be happy and fulfilled. The company also believes that PLAY & CREATIVITY enables kids to enjoy learning and love life.


“We know that dads and moms today have very busy schedules and would not have time to read all the good developmental books in the market. Being a mom of 2, I also know that although kids have a multi-media world now, our kids always look forward to their times of bonding and connection with their parents. My husband and I try our best to maximize our bonding time with Meagan and Marcus with meaningful play time since they were babies,” says Maye Yao Co Say, COO of IGM.

Here are the brands under Ogalala and other brands are coming soon!

  • Crayola
  • Melissa & Doug
  • Animal Planet and Discovery Kids
  • Baby Einstein
  • Cog
  • Emco
  • Canal
  • Haba

Ogalala definitely brings forth life for kids in the form of play, fashion, and exploration. It is a brand, therefore, that lets kids be kids, while assuring parents that they are “investing” in a brand that lets their children become warm, light-hearted, curious, and global.


To know more about Ogalala simply visit their website here:


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