Two Word's. GET THIS.
I was beyond delighted when I got this in mail to review. It is a fantastic product and I wish I had I known of this when my son was a baby. Educational play is a must as we know and I cannot recommend this enough. I would have to say that this is one my favorite products that I've had the privilege to review.
In the world of two income families most moms/dads can't stay at home and Teach My Baby/Toddler/Preschooler is a great way for working parents to bond, to see how much their little ones have grown and to build a special foundation of lasting memories.
The Teach My Baby Kit looks fantastic with so much to offer such as first numbers, finger puppets, textured flash cards, sound and touch and much more.
This would be great for even a 1 year birthday present, I love educational products and this is a gem of a line.
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We have the Teach My Toddler Kit. My 2 yr old has not stopped exploring this wonderful learning tool. He is instinctively matching shapes, colours and letters with the puzzles and charts it comes with. Listening to him say"I did it mom, I did it" makes my heart smile as I see him learning even on his own. The puzzles are a hit with my son. This will come with us everywhere, I can easily fit the puzzles and books in the stroller and diaper bag.
He loves the books it comes with and it's divided into four sections, Alphabet, Colours, Shapes and Numbers. See more about this kit here 18+ months $49.99
Teach My Preschooler. This kit defines motor skills, encourages their self esteem and gets them ready for kindergarten. This kit comes with a drawing board, flash cards and lots more to help them learn to read, learn to count to 100, ready to print and ready for math.
Watch their demo video here
In Canada, you can find this fine kit at Mastermind and for other store locators, click here
Click here to learn more about the creator Christy Cook.
Here's some photo's of my 2yr old enjoying the Teach My Toddler Kit. He cannot get enough of it and he's playing with his dad right now matching up the flash cards to the shapes and to the poster!
I'd love to hear from you. How do you teach/play with your child? Is this something you'd love to have?