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What are some examples of great learning toys?


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tjlove December 7, 2010

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UNO is a really fun game that teaches number skills.


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afernandini November 30, 2010

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Take them out to explore nature... have them count flowers, rocks, shells, etc. They can also describe the colors, and letters they see, and the animals, or insects they find. Have them play with kids in playgrounds to develop social skills.


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sdestiny11 November 29, 2010

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hmmmmmmmmmmm leapfrog.....multiplication flash cards double space paper


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sdestiny11 November 29, 2010

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A extra curicular calculater


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afcmsvo07 November 29, 2010

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The answers here will not be the same, each childs need/interests are different.
1.SCRAMMBLE (FOR CHILDREN)
2.LEAPPAD- DIVERSE/DIFFERENT
LEVELS OF LEARNING
3.FLASHCARDS-ALL
INTERACTIVE LEARNING TOYS/
GAMES
AFCMSVO/NAPSP


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HangtownRose November 22, 2010

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While maybe not a traditional 'learning toy', I think that legos provide a great foundation for many skills.


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MOMMY2CUTEONES November 10, 2010

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lOVE LOVE LOVE MELISSA AND DOUG PUZZLES FOR MY LITTLE 3 YEAR OLD DARREN


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Sandri November 9, 2010

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It all depends on your child's interests. An art easel & paint set, puzzles, playdoh, Leapster


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AlwaysClean November 8, 2010

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Leapfrog, great for All Ages no matter how terrible of a time you and or your child maybe having...stock up on batteries though kids tend to play so long not aware of the fun from learning.


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mamabelle November 4, 2010

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Legos!! I love love love Legos. They grow with your kids, becoming more challenging and always teaching creativity and logic skills.




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