Take a look at the latest Apps for your iPad Move over iPad there’s a new tablet in town.
Features 5″ touchscreen, camera’s & more.
Features 5″ touchscreen, Apps & more
Gadget tells lots of jokes and interesting fun.
Features a 10″ touchscreen, games & more.
Toys including, innotab and more
InnoTab Blue is a touch screen learning system.
InnoTab – touch screen learning system in pink.
LeapPad Explorer is an kids iPad
Join Lightening McQueen and his friends in a race to learn!
Kids will love the VTech Touch And Teach Learning Globe.
Jojo Hide & Seek plays the childhood favourite game!
Leapfrog Scibble and write teaches your kids how to write.
Give learning a personal touch with this cuddly green puppy.
V Motion is a activated educational gaming system.
VTech Storio a interactive reading system for kids.Anybook Reader 15 allows you to record any book any where.
Anybook Reader 60 allows you to record any book any where.
Have lots of fun with the Play-Doh Twirl ‘n’ Top Pizza Shop.
Make bakery models with the Sweet Delights Bake Shop.
Design your own bracelet, necklaces and key chains.
Help your child grown with the new range of educational toys for 2012. Educational toys help children with a range of learning topics including maths, spelling, problem solving and much more all in a fun way.
Toys such as the blue and now the new Pink Innotab from Vtech which are hand held iPad for kids can help children with downloadable games that help teach reading, spelling and maths. Designed to look like their parents iPad, this style of educational toy is very popular with both boys and girls.
Due for release from Vtech is a range of interactive toys and creative games for 2012.
2011 saw Vtech and LeapFrog battle it out with the best iPad style hand held for kids – so popular were both of these toys that stocks quickly ran out sending parents into a frenzy trying to find one in time for Christmas. Leapfrog Scribble and Write and Vtech Touch and Teach Learning Globe were other favourite Educational toys for kids in 2011.
In 2010 once again LeapFrog and Vtech led the way with their Educational Toy range.
There are fewer educational toys for older children but the much anticipated Mind Flex Game was very popular with this age range.
Rubik’s brought out their 360 ball thirty years after their original and still very popular Rubik’s cube was released and once again required skill and agility to complete. Educational games are a great and fun way for children to develop creativity, self-confidence and responsibility.
As children play they learn to take risks and when these pay off they feel a boost in their self confidence. Games such as monopoly, chess and any risk taking game teach them how to take acceptable risks and learn both the cause and effect of their decisions.
Construction toys such as Lego helps children explore various solutions to a challenge and aid problem solving skills.
New Laptop and iPad style learning toys add an extra dimension to playing. Looking just like mum and dads they encourage youngsters to solve puzzles, spell, read and much more making them a fun learning experience.
Educational Toys are designed to inspire a love of learning in children as they helping them through games to develop their number, reading and language skills while having fun with their favourite characters.
These are no longer available.