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The holidays are upon us, so that means we have started our holiday shopping. I wanted to share with you some of our favorite educational gifts with our Preschooler Holiday Gift Guide. My holiday gift guides are based on one thing, my kids and how much they love these products.
Gift Guide – Educational Toys For Preschoolers
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1. LeapFrog Epic – Our son recently had a chance to test out this one-of-a-kind Android based tablet and it is everything that it claims to be…EPIC! The tablet We have a full review here that you can see along with some of our top favorite apps for preschoolers.has tons of games, apps, ebooks and more that draw from 2600 skills, including creativity and problem solving (this is sold separately).
2. Creativity Camera App -The LeapFrog Creativity Camera helps kids create, learn and express themselves with photos. It’s compatible with the iPhone or iPod touch device, and the information stored in it while your child enjoys hours of play.
3. Number Lovin’ Oven – Your kids can enjoy hours of pretend play fun with this adorable little oven while learning fractions, counting, and sharing. The Number Lovin’ Oven is for ages 2 to 5 so it’s been perfect for both my preschooler and toddler to play with together. The toy talks and sings through 30+ songs, you can also move the number slider to explore numbers, time and temperature, count along with the blinking light and more.
And what’s great is that this is a portable kitchen with a stove top, baking and serving food that is all included in one set, so it makes the perfect kitchen for small places. Not to mention I love that when playtime is over you can pack everything neat inside the oven so that everything is kept in one place.
4.LeapTV – LeapFrog is known for making learning fun and this gaming system does just that. Targeting little gamers aged between 3 and 8, the system uses a motion-sensing camera and controller that fits small hands. The LeapTV allows kids to learn through motion as they jump, dance and move to the beat as they learn core skills across reading, mathematics, science and problem solving.
One of my kids favorite games for the LeapTV is Frozen. The camera captures the kids on the tv and the kids can have fun exploring the world or singing and dancing with Anna and Elsa while watching themselves on tv!
5. Scout’s Build and Discover Tool Set – This is an all-in-one toolset and house project for LeapFrog’s mascot Scout. The house collapses so that the kids can build it again and again. And as a bonus the nails and screws do not remove from the set, so you don’t have to worry about lost pieces.
Scout will talk and sing with your child as they build, the tools are also color coordinated. My son loves matching the colors to figure out the correct tool for the job, while singing along with Scout! Tools included are a hammer, ruler, saw, screwdriver, and wrench.
6. LeapReader -LeapReader is the complete learn-to-read-and-write system that helps your child learn to read and write by sounding out words and guiding letter strokes interactively.The pen can be pre-loaded with books and when pressed against a page, will recognize the book and read, ask questions or even play games and songs with the reader!
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