Bestselling Electronic Learning & Education Toys in 2020
HANMUN Musical Learning Table Baby Toy - Electronic Education Activity Center Toys for Toddlers Early Development Activity Toy (Green)
Steering Wheel Toys for Kids with Music and Light
- High quality eco-friendly material, safe for kids to play with.
- Adorable steering wheel toy with bright colors to enchant the very young.
- With music and light effect, adds more fun to kids playing time.
- Great toys for children early development. Your little one will love the steering wheel toy.
- Makes a great baby gift for ages 12 months up. Batteries not included.
NextX Bump And Go Action 747 Airplane Toys with Lights And Sounds - Changes Direction On Contact ,Electronic learning Education Toys For Kids Age 3 And Up (Red)
- Realistic Airplane take -off sound and inflight setting
- Electric toys with melody sounds and flashing lights
- Battery operated bump and go action
- Lovely figures which move in different motions
- 100% satisfaction guarantee,we promise a 30-Day Money Back Guarantee(caused by non-artificial breakdown)and lifetime service
Spanish Learning Tablet Educational Toy for Kids. Touch and Learn Spanish Alphabet Toy for Toddlers - Learn Spanish Numbers, ABC, Spelling, “Where is?” Game, Melodies, Animals and Sounds
Toysery Cell Phone and Key Toy Set for Kids - Pretend Play Electronic Learning and Education Phone Toys
"Tell The Time" Electronic Learning Teach Time Clock Educational Toy for Kids
- Let this Cartoon Teaching Time Clock help your child learn to tell both analog and digital time using two modes!
- 2 Modes - Learning mode and quiz mode
- Moving clock hands using analog and digital display
- Teaches time in five minutes increments
- Also plays 6 pleasant musical tunes!
BEST LEARNING Connectrix Junior - Educational Matching Game Toy for Kids 1 to 2 Players
- Mom's Choice Gold Metal, Tillywig & Academics' Choice Brain Child Award Winner 2017! An interactive 1 to 2 player(s) talking matching game with LCD displaying the progress and score while playing.
- Includes 48 lessons (24 cards); with over 570 questions and answers! Great popular gift idea for boys and girls.
- 2 Modes: Versus & Co-Op, for 1 or 2 players. Fun and competitive to learn alone or with parents and friends in co-operative mode. Challenge another player in versus mode, the fastest answer wins!
- Skills learned include alphabet, spelling, numbers, math, time, animals, earth science, geography and environment, logical thinking, problem solving, concentration, professions, anatomy and memory.
- Requires 3 AA batteries (included); intended for preschoolers and early learners of ages 3 years and up.
VTech Touch and Learn Activity Desk Deluxe, Pink
- The Touch and Learn Activity Desk Deluxe is an interactive desk and includes five activity pages to explore that are filled with engaging content
- Extend the fun with expansion packs (each sold separately) that include a wide curriculum; LED display illustrates letter and number stroke order and how to draw basic shapes
- Transforms from a desk into an easel and chalkboard with storage space for art supplies to encourage play and discovery; stool included
- For more ways to play, pretend to make a call on the toy telephone or listen to fun tunes on the music player; Progress Button reports on child's progress. Fabric Care Instructions: Clean with a damp cloth
- Features 100 plus vocabulary words, 20 plus activities and 20 plus songs and melodies; requires 4 AA batteries (not included); intended for ages 2 years and up
Electronic Smart Turtle Learning Toy - Toddlers Activity Center Music Toys Early Development Education Toy for Kids by Hanmun
VTech Touch & Teach Word Book (Frustration Free Packaging)
- This educational toy book for toddlers features 12 incredibly detailed and touch sensitive pages that help teach children over 100 words is six categories
- Great Pre-K toy for early education; four modes of play including: what's that word, letter fun, music time and find it
- Pages react to your toddlers touch with sounds, music, and words; early learning center teaches fine motor skills along with words, and ABCs
- Cody and cora, the Tech Smart Cubs, guide your child through interactive play; Expand your child's vocab with the introduction of ABCs and new words
- The baby book toy is designed for kids 18 months to 4 years; 2 AAA batteries are included for demo, use new batteries for regular use
Elenco 130-in-1 Electronic Playground and Learning Center
- A classic electronics trainer with 130 experiments
- Learn basic principles of electronics and electricity, physics and magnetism
- Projects include: AM broadcast station, Electronic Organ, LED strobe light, Timer, Logic Circuits and much, much more
- Includes easy-to-read, lab style, illustrated manual
- Brought to you by Elenco Electronics, the same company the brings you Snap Circuits
Learning Resources Teaching ATM Bank, Blue & Red, 32 Pieces
- Real, working electronic ATM bank with large LCD screen
- Helps children practice early math and money skills through pretend play
- Features coin recognition, a mechanical bill feeder, and a pretend thumbprint sensor
- Includes play money and ATM card
- For ages 3 and up
Boxiki kids Penguin Power ABC Learning Educational Toy Learning Game Center Boosts Core Pre-Kindergarten Subject Comprehension – ABCs, Words, Spelling, Shapes, “Where is?” & Songs
Play with Your Baby and Save Hundreds of Dollars
We all love the varied learning toys but you don't have to spend a fortune to play with - and teach - your baby.
1.Go to area library programs. Many local libraries offer free reading and singing programs on a weekly basis (even for babies under 6 months). And as your child gets older, you can take advantage of book clubs, craft events and even field trips.
SAVINGS - at least $200 per session is what you would spend for an age-appropriate class at Gymboree or similar locations.
2. Take your baby for a walk or on a hike. Fresh air is wonderful for your baby and the multitude of sights, smells and sounds are priceless (not to mention free). You can put your baby in a stroller or carrier. Either way, your baby is entertained and you get some exercise. You can find other moms or join a hiking club if you want to make it a more social excursion.
SAVINGS - at least $15 to $20 per exercise class such as Stroller Fit
3. Use cookie cutters and foam sheets from a craft store and make fun shapes for baby to play with in the tub. The foam shapes will float or stick to the side of the tub. You can by a pack of foam sheets for a third of the cost of a foam set from the store.
SAVINGS - subtracting the cost of a few cookie cutters (assuming you don't already have them) and the foam sheets, you'd still save about $5 to $15, depending on the tub toy set you purchased.
4. Tie colorful scarves together (or cut old pillow cases or sheets, or even better, use a variety of fabrics) and stuff in a tissues box. Baby will love the colors and textures and will enjoy pulling the scarves out of the box and putting them back in.
5. Teach your baby about colors in a fun and free way. You can get paint sample cards from your local hardware store and use them as flash cards or put them in a book or attach them to a display board. You can use a marker to write the color on the card. You can tape a few sample cards together and then cut into shapes so baby can learn shapes as well as colors. Or for other fun, get the paint cards from the Disney paints (by Behr) that have the silhouette of Mickey Mouse.
SAVINGS - at least $5, the average cost of a new baby book featuring colors
6. Use a plastic 20-ounce soda bottle to create an interesting toy for baby. Remove the label and place objects inside such as aluminum foil balls, pieces of sponge, fabric swatches, glitter or sequins. Fill with a little water and superglue the cap on tightly. Then watch your baby bounce and roll the toy.
SAVINGS - at least $5 for all the fancy rattles, even more for the more sophisticated toys that are brightly colored and make noise.
7. Most people have an extra computer keyboard, remote control or phone somewhere in their house. Put it to good use by letting your baby play with the keys or buttons.
SAVINGS - at least $20, the cost of baby pianos, xylaphones, etc.
8. Babies love bubbles. You can make your own for little money but if you don't have the time or inclination, you can get a 6-pack of bubbles at Wal-Mart for about $2.
SAVINGS - at least $4. You can get 3 6-packs of regular bubbles for the price of the fancy bubble maker and one bottle of bubbles from Gymboree. Yes, the bubbles won't be as big, but you'll have bubbles a lot longer for the same amount of money.
9. Buy a medium-sized beach ball. You can usually get these during the summer season at a dollar store or in a superstore such as Wal-Mart or Target. The bright color will attract baby. If you do not fully inflate it, young babies can grab it. Older babies can hold it and later, can roll it and throw it. You can also roll baby back and for on it for a different sensation and perspective.
10. Borrow music CDs and DVDs (such as the Baby Einstein series) from your local library and download to your computer to burn onto a disc or transfer to your iPod. If you have an iPod, you can take the music with you anywhere, but either way, you can save lots of money.
SAVINGS - at least $6.99 for each CD and $19.99 for each DVD (retail prices)