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Educational Toddlers' Toys: Bruin Tower Activity Play Set, Fire Truck Toy, Bump & Go Toys and More!





Each toy package has a video, a play guide that gives play hints and a special and exclusive multimedia CD of classical music. A new educational toy is the Leapster L-Max Learning Game System, from Leapfrog. One unique feature is that it is fit for preschoolers as well as elementary school kids. Another is that its preprogrammed educational games wont only be played by your kids in the toy's small screen, it can also be enjoyed in the big screened television just by plugging it to the t. 

Toys and other articles that somehow imitate the children's environment are also beneficial. Children within the range of four to five years age are more cognitive and need toys that would help in the development of their thinking, problem solving skills, and decision making capability. Educational toys that would serve best this need are arts and crafts with considerable difficulty, like Lego and other construction toys. 

The record for educational toys was broken in the Holiday season of the year 2000, when toy maker LeapFrog's LeapPad Learning System electronic reading toy became the bestselling children's game of the time, helping the company boost its sales by a whopping 120 per cent! LeapFrog's success paved the way for other major and small toy makers to come up with educational toys of their own. 

Some might already be walking at just nine months, while some children learn late and start at only about two years old. There is nothing unusual about this. There are children that are adept at a particular thing, while other kids are more proficient at another. What is common to all children, nevertheless, is the fact that they are all naturally born curious about the world around them. 

The importance of proper educational toys and games for children is now a settled maxim that there are many literatures now which explain the importance of using educational games and toys to strengthen early learning in children. Both the reasoning power and emotional abilities of children can be developed during plays, using the right games and toys. 

There is a wide range of play sets and devices to tickle a child's hunger for exploration and discovery, which include the likes of microscopes, dioramas, binoculars, chemisty sets, insect and bug habitats, robotic sets, electronic devices, and others. Whenever we say the term "educational" and partner it with "toys", it almost always has this boring ring to it.