Lights, bells, whistles – educational toys come in so many guises! These days so many of the top brands offer a fantastic selection of educational toys – brands such as Lego, vTech, Brio, LeapFrog and Fisher Price. There are electronic books that help your child to enunciate letters and words, books that help them to read and write, furry toys that read stories, interactive Globes to help your child explore other continents and to discover about animals.
If you’re looking for an educational based handheld gaming system to keep your children entertained, then the MobiGo Touch Learning System by Vtech is something you might be interested in looking at. It’s a portable gaming system, which means your kids can use this in the car whilst on journeys, which invariably means a more peaceful ride for the entire family too….
If you want to prepare and help your preschoolers develop key learning skills and become proficient at phonics, recognising letters and letter order, this Fisher Price Fun 2 Learn Laughtop will help your children learn through laughing and having a lot of fun. In fact, they won’t even realise they are “learning”. You can expect the usual high-level quality products from Fisher Price and know that this is a fun toy, with its music tunes and games but it is also an excellent educational toy too.
Leap Frog is a market leader when it comes to education innovation. They are experts at creating award winning toys that educate children and help with their development. Leap Frog educational toys, books and games are extremely popular with parents mainly because the products are exceptional and really do help children to learn through fun and play. After all, nobody wants to force feed the alphabet to their preschooler or make their child learn numbers by rote.
You can enrich your child’s language and vocabulary for free and without buying extra books or electronic toys either. All you need to do is talk to your child about the world around her. It sounds rather simplistic doesn’t it? But, it’s true. In this day and age when we have become a little too dependant on the latest and newest handheld gaming device or educational learning system, we don’t really need them.