Meet your new friend Alex the Monkey!Alex is very special and much more than just another toy. When you purchase an Alex the Monkey, you receive one & another one is given to a child in need. Toy donations are made worldwide to Children’s Hospitals, Ronald McDonald Houses, Homeless Shelters, and Orphanages. The perfect gift!

One 2 One | For every toy purchased, another one is given to a child in need





Tracy Mitchell
Truly brilliant!
Tracy Mitchell Psychologist
Amber Matthews
Wonderful! Connecting play and learning.
Amber Matthews Indiegogo
Callum Anderson
Amazing positive impact on children around the world.
Callum Anderson United Kingdom
Dan Sherman
The perfect gift for my new baby girl! Everyone should have one!
Dan Sherman CEO of HIP Network



Ingenuity Prep is a leading charter school in Washington D.C. Wards 7 and 8 serving Pre K – 1st grade preparing student to succeed in college and beyond as impactful civic leaders.

Through its blended learning model, Ingenuity Prep leverages high-quality online learning programs to provide adaptive, independent practice opportunities targeted at students’ individual needs and respective zones of proximal development. Utilizing this digital content and at least three highly-qualified teachers in each classroom, Ingenuity Prep is able to consistently provide accountable, personalized, independent and small-group learning experiences. Less than 10% of students’ learning time at Ingenuity Prep occurs in groups of more than 15 students.


With the belief that mastery of rigorous core content – while necessary – is not sufficient to prepare students for the demands of 21st century leadership, Ingenuity Prep is building its own civic leadership program around four pillars: social-emotional literacy, collaborative problem-solving, a social-justice-focused social studies and science curriculum, and service learning. Beginning in kindergarten, students participate in over three hours per week of a civic leadership class – engaging in activities such as unpacking the stimuli for various emotional states, studying African environmental and political activist Wangari Maathai, and utilizing design-thinking to create (and test) potential solutions for water conservation at the school.