Teach My Toddler Learning Kit

August 19, 2014 - Comment

5510720 Features: -Toddler learning system.-Age: 18 months and up.-Each section is fully – coordinated with a total of 5 puzzles, 4 board books, 4 posters and 4 sets of flashcards.-All pieces store neatly in a portable carrying case.-Builds pre – reading and decoding skills.-Promotes fun, educational play and parental bonding.-Step by step parent guide ensures

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5510720 Features: -Toddler learning system.-Age: 18 months and up.-Each section is fully – coordinated with a total of 5 puzzles, 4 board books, 4 posters and 4 sets of flashcards.-All pieces store neatly in a portable carrying case.-Builds pre – reading and decoding skills.-Promotes fun, educational play and parental bonding.-Step by step parent guide ensures successful learning. Color/Finish: -17 Coordinated teaching tools help toddlers master the alphabet, numbers 1 – 10, shapes and colors.

Product Features

  • 68 pieces to teach your toddler the alphabet, numbers, shapes and colors
  • Kit includes 4 board books, 4 posters, 7 puzzles and 55 flashcards
  • Promotes literacy, numeracy, spatial reasoning, hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills
  • Step by Step Teaching Guide To Ensure Successful Learning and Development
  • Bond. Teach. Play. 20 Minutes A Day!

Comments

Athanasius says:

A good idea, but for the price, the quality could be better The information about the creator of this item says that she is a parent who grew frustrated at the lack of certain educational toys, so she made some herself. Unfortunately, this kit still has the feel of a homemade toy, not fully thought-through, and without the quality or durability one would expect from something that costs so much.Many drawbacks have been noted by previous reviewers, but I’ll review some that I’ve also noticed. One major thing is that the foam of the puzzles…

Nova "Nova" says:

My son loves it – just a couple silly flaws I got this as a gift and my son really loves it. It teaches colors, shapes, letters (upper and lower case) and numbers. In each of those categories are a foam board puzzle with pop-out shapes/letter/colors, etc., a large poster display, flash cards, and a board book. The directions say to keep it somewhere out of reach so your child can’t play with it on their own and to only go over one section at a time. I found though if I kept it out of reach my son would throw tantrums because he liked…

Maggie Laws Brown says:

Don’t waste your money My friend recommended this (her daughter loves it), so I made the purchase. My 22-month-old son loves the puzzles (especially the shapes, and he was able to identify them all after a few weeks). But since the puzzles are made of flimsy foam, and since he’s still a bit mouthy, they all have teeth marks in them, and a few pieces are already broken. Other than the puzzles, the rest of the materials are not that fabulous (the books are boring, the animals that represent the alphabet — i.e. “A for…

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