20 Feb2021April 30, 2021
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Learning and Counting Train Set Building Kit

Learning and Counting Train Set Building Kit

Develop fine motor skills Practice number recognition and counting Promote creativity and imagination Learn shapes and colors Toys are the first learning tools. They introduce preschool subjects such as colors, shapes, numbers. Like many other hands-on learning tools and activities, toys are interactive and require the child’s full attention. Children immersed in play recognize and...

02 Dec2020April 30, 2021
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Smart Stages Piggy Bank

Smart Stages Piggy Bank

Engages motor skills Encourages perceptive listening Practices counting Partakes in critical thinking Introducing the Smart Stages Piggy Bank to children introduces them to number of educative subjects that will benefit how they learn, memorize and count. They will partake in perceptive listening through the toy, alongside the practice in counting and cognitive thinking. Using the...

06 Nov2020April 30, 2021
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Woodpecker Feeding Game Toy

Woodpecker Feeding Game Toy

Develop hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills Learn color recognition Foster creativity Build counting skills Like the early bird gets the worm, Woodpecker Feeding Game is a toy that foster early learning. Toddlers’ develop their cognitive skills naturally through play which prepares them for school and life. Parents and educators use educational toys to exercise...

29 Oct2020April 30, 2021
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Don’t Dump Dumpty Game

Don’t Dump Dumpty Game

Learn to recognize numbers Enhance math skills Fosters spatial awareness and fine motor skills Builds social skills Humpty Dumpty’s popularity has been an inspiration of many games. Using Humpty Dumpty and other characters from the nursery rhyme is a good way for children to participate in learning exercises in an entertaining way. Moreover, parents and...

16 Apr2020April 30, 2021
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Sensory Board

Sensory Board

Develop fine motor skills Enhance memory Fosters logic thinking and problem solving Promotes creativity and imagination We all learn through our senses. From a young age, children discover and learn by touching, listening, observing, smelling, and tasting. It is especially important to stimulate the senses in early learning since it has been proven that children...