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What are some examples of great learning toys?


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vmorraitis March 9, 2011

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Leap frog letter factory, videos are 20 minutes long and they love them. We watch together and then do flash cards with the letters - what comes next what is before in the alphabet. It is so cute. My 3 year year old is already reading sm words.


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SallyA March 5, 2011

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Legos, puzzles, play dough, or heading outside to play in the park. Toys don't really need all of the latest bells and whistles to be educational, in fact I prefer that its not too complicated so that it helps inspire creativity.


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sat_sonic February 26, 2011

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Thomas Talking Dictionary.


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mylittlesweety February 25, 2011

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Legos & puzzles. I like puzzles by The Learning Journey. My 3 yr old loves it. She learned letter recognition (both upper/lower case), number recognition (1-100), shapes, colors, etc. rather quickly. She is now reading level 1 books.


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urzula01 February 10, 2011

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I believe that legos are great toys because they help the child be creative with colors.


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sammy2211 January 26, 2011

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play dough works the best in molding my son hands to prepare him to learn how to write.


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jmjaffe January 10, 2011

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Try playing memory with categories or using the cards to teach about counting and pairs. How many cards? How many pairs. My three year old "invented" this and wants to play frequently. He also likes to add cards and make rows of five or ten.


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JUSTCAUGHTUP January 9, 2011

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a cardboard box or a pile of nick knacks and a vivid imagination. My son is now on his quest to build his own robot from parts at Auto Zone From his concepts I bring in the academics such as money, measurements, he has to write a user manual...


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nubiyah December 7, 2010

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he can add one digit numbers. Sound out three letter words. And now I am teaching him to read books. They know what YOU want and allow them access to know.


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nubiyah December 7, 2010

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Games that consist of counting, color recognition, alphabets. But nothing can take the place of a parent who is involved in there child's academic growth. Leap frog games are GREAT learning toys and DVD. My son is two. He can write his name. Count...




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