Good Toys to Promote Learning

Toys that teach are a win-win. Kids love to play and mom loves that they’re learning.

Write-On / Wipe-Off Demonstration Clock

“Model time-telling skills for your students with this heavy-duty 12″ x 12″ laminated clock, featuring movable plastic hands and a place to write in the digital time.”

VTech Touch and Learn Activity Desk Deluxe

“Explore five colorful pages and discover letters, numbers, music, colors and more with this interactive desk. Featuring more than 200 touch and learn spots, the activity pages have friendly graphics and reward curiosity with fun responses. Flip up the desktop to create a masterpiece using the chalkboard or art station.”

LeapFrog Epic Tablet

“It’s a one-of-a-kind Android™-based tablet experience that grows with your one-of-a-kind kid featuring a customizable and playable homescreen and a safe, out-of-the-box web that expands when they’re ready to explore more. Plus, they can learn as they grow from LeapFrog’s auto-leveling learning games to Android™ kid-favorites for their own world of fun.”

Light-up Terrarium Kit for Kids

“It is a miniature garden within a container that simulates a natural environment. So, let your child discover the beauty of nature by creating their own beautiful terrarium with this all-inclusive kit. Watch as it grows by day and glows at night with the innovative LED light under the lid.”

GeoSafari Jr. Talking Microscope

“Investigate twelve fascinating bugs up close, listen to cool bug facts, and challenge your knowledge of each creepy critter in fun quiz games.”

Busy Learners Activity Cube

“Featuring five sides to explore, this play cube attracts your baby’s attention and encourages imaginative play with music, light-up buttons, colors and more. Shape and animal buttons introduce animal names, animal sounds and shapes. Press and slide musical instrument buttons introduce instrument names, sounds and colors. Sliding, spinning blocks promote interaction and fine motor skill development. This interactive cube also plays fun sounds when it’s moved. Plays 25 sing-along songs and melodies.”

Moodster Mirror and Storybook

“Preschoolers are often blissfully unaware of how their emotions show on their faces, or how to read others’ faces for clues to their feelings. The Moodster Mirror helps them make the connection between feelings on the inside and facial expressions on the outside. Kids make a happy, sad, angry, scared, or loving face into the Moodster Mirror, and they are able to see what these feelings look like to others. By turning the dial, kids select the matching Moodster to hear the character’s wisdom about that particular feeling, which will help kids recognize their own emotions and non-verbal cues. Includes full-color, 32-page storybook, ‘A Time to be Kind.’”

Vernie the Robot

“Vernie from LEGO BOOST is a talking, driving and dancing robot at your service. He can sense color, motion and distance as well as defend your room with his spring-loaded shooter! Just don’t pull his finger, even if he asks you to.”

100 Piece Wood Blocks Set

“This favorite collection of 100 wooden blocks comes in four colors and nine shapes. Little builders will delight in stacking, building, and knocking down in countless colorful combinations, while gaining invaluable practice with fine motor skills and dexterity, color and shape recognition, and pre-math skills.”

Mover Kit

“The Mover kit is the ideal way to introduce coding to kids. After all, play is the best way to learn! Kids use the visual coding software to program the Mover to react to their movement and play in endless ways.”

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