Open Up a World of Learning Fun with VTech

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No matter what age your child is, VTech®’s developmental learning toys stimulate the senses, ignite the imagination and make learning fun! With a wide variety of educator-supported toys to choose from, you can ensure that you are optimizing your child’s

For your budding little music prodigy, the Record & Learn KidiStudio™ by VTech® lets kids sing, record and play back their own musical masterpieces. They can play along with 20 melodies in four popular music styles using the voice changer, sound effects and instruments. Now your child can perform and record like a rock star!

With the Lil’ Speller Phonics Station, your child will learn letters and their sounds by building more than 200 three letter words. He or she can hear the letter sounds by plugging in the letter blocks or learn letter order by determining which letter is missing.

Spelling is so much more fun when Lil’ Speller Phonics Stations brings words to life!

Check out the videos above and head here to see even more interactive play toys available from VTech®.

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The Joovy Tricycoo

Joovy’s new Tricycoo is a fabulous little trike that makes bike riding safe and easy for children as young as 18 months. Equipped with a steerable parents handle and locking wheels, you can push your younger child or set them free to pedal on their own once ready. Extra touches include a rear basket and a bell, often extra on similar trikes. The Tricycoo is also adjustable with 4 positions and ranges from 32.5 inches to 38 inches high, so it can grow with your little one as well. The parent handle easily pops off when you’re ready to let go, so this trike is great for long term use for you smaller children who really want to start rolling. The wheels are sports injection-molded wheels with urethane treads, that roll smoothly and quietly indoors and out, sure to make any mommy or daddy happy.

My favorite feature is the removable baby surround. These are little arms that wrap right around the youngest riders and help hold them steady and in place. Drop down the footrests as well and your little one is ready to ride and you don’t have to worry about them tumbling off or feeling nervous and unsteady. When ready, the arms remove, the footrests fold back up out of the way and slightly older riders can sit unaided with the feet on the pedals while you push, feeling a bit more independent with you still safely in control. When older riders are ready, everything can be converted over to a free-riding trike just be unlocking the wheel and removing the parent steering handle. It’s all as easy as that. This trike will hold up to 44 pounds, which will take you well through until your child is ready for a 2 wheeler. My 6 year old is right around 44 pounds if that gives you  an idea of how well suited this trike is for early riders and how well suited to carrying them safely through to a big boy or girl bike. The Tricycoo is fabulous . Even better it’s available in 4 colors (orange, black, pink and green), so everyone can be happy and have just the right trike. We have the Orangie and it’s been a big hit with my two youngest, ages 20 & 35 months, who fight over it and refuse to give it up (the older 2 are also quite jealous and are still hoping for a ride), so really our only problem is that we need more than one.

Easy for parents, great for kids, the Tricycoo is a fantastic little trike that will have your littlest riders rolling happily and safely for the long haul. The Tricycoo retails for $99.99. Please visit the Joovy site for more details. And be sure to check out the Joovy Moola for Yoo giveaway as well.

* A sample was provided for review purposes.

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Teach My Baby All-In-One Learning Kit

Teach My Baby All-In-One Learning Kit is a fabulous set that gives you all sorts of really fun, educational tools for your baby. This set includes finger puppets, board books, flashcards, nesting blocks, puzzles and a storyboard all designed to stimulate your baby’s fine motors kills, hand-eye coordination and so much more.  The set is designed to be used by parents or any caregiver really for 20 minutes a day of ready to go fun that also helps your baby develop early skills. Everything is packaged in a handy briefcase like tote that keep everything nicely at hand or makes it easy to take with you. The Baby Set, geared towards 6-18 months, offers first words and numbers along with sound & touch pieces and self awareness tools, such as the mirrored flashcards to help learn body parts. It’s all very fun and offers a great variety for little ones.

This is a great option for a gift or even for those times when you, grandparents or a babysitter just aren’t sure what to do next with your baby and need a bit of help with ideas. It’s really perfect for regular daily play too. Teach My Baby All-In-One Learning Kit a great place to turn for educational fun that’s easy for you and that your baby will love. I tested the Baby Set out with my 4 children who range in age from 1-5 and they all loved it. It’s designed for my youngest, but her 3 older brothers really loved everything in the case. The puzzle flash cards and finger puppets were a big hit with all 4 and  my 1 year old loved the mirrored flashcards, nesting blocks (also mirrored) and the books. And when everyone is done, it’s so easy to just pack it all back up into the case or to tote it anywhere. This can really come in handy while traveling too. If you’re child is a bit older, you’re still covered. There are 2 additional sets for Toddlers and for Preschoolers. The Toddler set contains 17 teaching tools to help toddlers master the basics:  alphabet, numbers, shapes and colours/colors. Developed in consultation with Judith Rowlands, B Ed., M Ed., the Teach My Preschooler set is designed to give your child a head start on Kindergarten. As a mother of a son who has just wrapped up Kindergarten, I know how important that really is. The set is also divided into 4 groups, Ready to Read, Ready to Print, Ready for 1-100, and Ready for Math and is complete with books, flashcards, posters, a print guide, transparencies and a magic drawing board. This is something that I really wish we’d had last Summer before we hit Kindergarten and that I’ll probably be getting for my younger children as we approach our next year of Kindergarten.

The sets sell for $49.99 and can be found on the Teach My website. Please visit the site for much more information as well as videos that give you a a very clear view of how useful these sets can be for you and your child.

*a sample of the Baby set was provided for review purposes

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