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Whenever we say the term "educational" and partner it with "toys", it almost always has this boring ring to it. Without adequate knowledge about the value of educational toys, a lot of us would think that these products are just a waste of money because kids won't be able to appreciate them, and say it's for nerds. 

Educational toys that can strengthen kids' learning during this creative plays include all types of dolls, costumes for their dressing-up games, and even assortment of materials that can be used for their games. Kids up to five years of age however, can benefit from educational toys that need construction and designing. 

Educational toys are very much in demand right now because of the variety of activities they carry in just one device. As opposed to the common toy, wherein the child is confined to just one activity, educational toys allow the child to explore different subjects and work with different types of learning paces and methods. 

Thus, from infancy, they seek ways and means to develop their children's intellectual and social skills to prepare them for a life of comfort. Indeed, in this day and age, often the only way for a person to advance is to be mentally and emotionally equipped to face the challenges of the world. And since infants are the most receptive to new things, because their minds are still unmuddled and untainted with the ways of the world, they are the best subjects for educational toys. 

Parents only need to buy story cartridges to be uploaded into the device, so its capacity is virtually limitless. Some of the popular stories that have been featured in Story Reader are The Lion King, Chicken Little, and The Incredibles. It has become so popular that, in 2003, it has sold over 1.5 million units and more than 7.5 million books. 

Preschoolers and Kindergarteners can enjoy and learn from toys like the Leapster L-Max Learning Game System (which can be plugged into a television), the Super Saver Teaching Bank, the Math Desk, and the LeapPad Alphabet Bus, just to name a few. Gradeschoolers aren't left out either. Some of the more popular LeapPad games for gradeschoolers are the Turbo Extreme Handheld, the Twist & Shout Multiplication, the FLY PenTop Computer, the LeapPad Plus Writing Learning System, and Mind Mania Spelling.