Kids love toys. Parents love when their child learns something while they are having fun. So educational toys seem like an obvious solution. With electronic toys becoming the norm it’s important to find which electronic educational toys are the best. We found this article that we hope will help you and your child!
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We selected the most educational electric toys from the current crop of kids’ electronics, from toddler picks to big kid gadgets
Appropriate for: 4-9 years
Vtech offers another great kids??? tablet that provides endless entertainment and learning activities. The InnoTab comes with interactive reading, learning games, activities and engaging tools that are operated by the device???s 5-inch touchscreen. Unlike the LeapPad, the InnoTab does not come with a built-in camera, which may explain the price difference, but it does come with an MP3 and video player.
Vtech – InnoTab Interactive Learning Tablet, $79
My Own Leaptop
Appropriate for: Ages 2+
Incorporate a kid-friendly laptop into pretend play while allowing your child to explore the alphabet, pretend play, music, animals, and computer literacy with six learning activity stations. This kid-tough device allows parents to personalize play and connect to The LeapFrog Learning Path online to see what their child has been learning.
LeapFrog My Own Leaptop, $19.54
Sesame Street Video Games for PC, Wii, DSi
Appropriate for: Ages 3+
Preschoolers will have fun learning their ABCs with Elmo and counting with Cookie Monster in two brand-new games from Warner Brothers Interactive Entertainment that engage kids through the same Sesame Street approach to learning. In Elmo’s A-to-Zoo Adventure, kids head to the zoo with the Big E, Zoe and their animal friends as they explore games based on a variety of literacy skills, including letter identification, letter sounds and word families. In Cookie’s Counting Carnival, kids join Cookie Monster and Big Bird at a fun-filled carnival with gameplay steeped in math skills that include number identification, counting, shapes and pattern recognition.
Sesame Street: Elmo’s A-to-Zoo Adventure, $20
Sesame Street: Cookie’s Counting Carnival, $20
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