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Disney Consumer Product and V-Tech's Call 'n Learn Phone/Leapfor's Tic Talk Both of these educational toy teaches preschoolers proper phone etiquette. The only difference is that the Tic Talk deals with the right use of the cellular phone. Hasbro's Baby Einstein Nearly all toys under the Baby Einstein line encourage kids to appreciate art, music, language and poetry. 

There is a LeapFrog toy for every infant, toddler and elementary school child out there. In addition, LeapFrog does not only address the educational needs of kids in the English speaking world. It has toys that also come in Spanish and other major foreign languages. Popular LeapFrog educational toys for infants and toddlers include the Learn Around Playground, the LittleTouch LeapPad Learning System, the LeapStart Learning Table, the Fridge Farm Magnetic Animal Set, the Hug & Learn Baby Tad Plush, and the Little Touch LeapPad Library. 

The Leapster product itself retails for around US$60.00 at major toy stores, while its cartridges cost about US$30.00 each. One other good thing about the Leapster is that its cartridges may be used with other LeapFrog electronic toys and games, too, like the L-Max. When it comes to electronic educational toys, LeapFrog leads the pack. 

Before, finding the right educational toy was so easy, because there were so few of them. Now, choosing which one to get for your child is similar to the experience of a kid lost in Willy Wonka's Chocolate Factory. Perhaps the most popular of children's educational toys are those that deal with science. 

With this set, you and your kid can paint and display the base of your mountain, create snow, watch those trees topple down, and also learn about the different factors that cause an avalanche or a mudslide. Our Amazing Earthquakes brings you and your kid the science and art of simulating your self-made earthquakes. 

In fact, most toy manufacturers would prefer to make plastic and synthetic material toys because they cost a lot less to make, as opposed to wood toys. Second, it takes a lot of skill and creativity to craft wooden educational toys. Plastic and electronic toys can just be machine made and easily mass produced.