Roylco, Inc Merges with MESH to Boost Social Emotional Learning in Children

ANDERSON, S.C — Since the rise of the pandemic and the isolation of quarantine, a surge of concern regarding children’s mental and social health has been the forefront for parents across the world. Roylco, Inc- an upstate South Carolina based educational toy manufacturer- has grasped these concerns in consideration for their products. With the release of their new STEAM product line alongside their additional educational classroom aids, each product provides an outlet for children to master mental, emotional, and social health (MESH) in and outside the classroom.

MESH- an acronym discovered by ThinkFun in partnership with child development expert Deborah Gilboa, MD., – confronts the escalating apprehension around children’s mental health. This concept was developed to raise awareness for both industry specific and non-specific professionals to promote resiliency through play. For more information visit

“Roylco has taken all factors of MESH into consideration to develop thought provoking, confidence boosting, teamwork building educational play for young children to build a bridge into understanding their mental, social, and emotional health” says Darby Smith, Business Developer at Roylco.

From interactive emotional support puppets to stackable texturized sensory beads, each product contains MESH benefits focused on problem solving, storytelling, increasingly difficult challenges, and collaborative play. You can find Roylco products on Amazon, retail toy stores near you, or visit to explore the wide variety of options.

About Roylco, Inc
Roylco is a manufacturer of educational toys, arts & crafts products, and classroom teaching aids. As a family owned and operated business dating back to 1969, the goal is to empower educators and parents with accessible, practical, and cost-effective products that take education from ordinary to extraordinary. Regardless of age, gender, race, culture, or physical and mental capacity, Roylco will inspire an interest of learning and creative spirit that will last a lifetime.

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