Toddlers and infants won’t be reading Dickens or performing complex arithmetic before starting school, but there’s a lot that you can do to stimulate their learning in fun, interactive ways from a very young age using toys.
Our Top 10 Educational Toys for Preschoolers offers a diverse list of different books, toys and games which are designed to engage your kid’s mind. Reinforce early learning objectives in a way that your child will enjoy, and experience the joy of seeing them learn shapes, arithmetic and letters before setting their little feet in the classroom!
What’s here: A catalogue of ideas and toys that you can use to engage your kids with early learning. Everything is simple, colorful and interactive, ensuring that any learning is a byproduct of having fun and laughing as you go.
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This pack is filled to bursting with different aides to teach your kids about shapes, colors, letters, writing and math. There’s no testing or monotonous teaching to do, just fun activities where your kid will learn as a natural result of being immersed in words, numbers and objects.
It’s a workbook which takes you all the way through the Grand Zoo with lots of reading, simple math and even some science! All of this is accompanied with loads of colorful sketches, friendly animals and a great story which makes the book as fun as it is useful.
Trying to teach shapes with a pen and paper will no doubt confuse your kids – not to mention boring them to tears – and the Educational Insights Beanbags are designed to make that experience a fun one! Soft shapes of all different colors (with their names written across the front) will be make teaching basic shapes a walk in the park.
32 pages of “cut and paste” exercises which will not only help your children’s motor skills, but also there ability to put a story in order, count numbers and match similar sounds. There’s also a bunch of colorful award stickers to “enhance your child’s learning adventure”.
Many families love using calendars during morning and evening routines to teach about tracking the different days of the week, months and seasons. There are special tiles for holidays and this can be a great way to give a sense of stability into a young kid’s life. Great tool!
Teaching young kids about numbers and letters can be hard at the best of times – they’ve got no reason to know why they’re important! This kit uses flashcards, dry erase boards, counters and foam numbers to make the experience really enjoyable and pretty simple, too. With only 20 minutes per day, you can teach your kids an awful lot with this kit!
The Preschool Basics: the ultimate kit for learning numbers, letters and colors.
A lovely little book which encourages children to color in the right places or circle objects since they aren’t quite old enough to write yet. It’s full of illustrations and little stories to make your child smile, and they also work a treat at keeping them occupied any time of day!