Why Can't an Educational Toy Be Fun? Listed here are Four
Educational Insights Design and Drill Activity Center
Kids can use the this gizmo to produce their own designs, or stick to the set's activity cards to create pictures and patterns from trains and boats to flowers and fish. All they have to do is snap any of the drill bits to the power drill or screwdriver handle, grab a small number of big bolts, change on the set.
You can easily use and entertaining for preschool to early school age children. While kids have fun playing, they keep improving their fine motor skills and patterning. The set includes 3 bits to use with the drill or screwdriver handle and 5 different colored large screws. The drill has forward / off / reverse settings and makes drill sounds in a reasonable volume (thankfully!).
Memory Toy Story 3 Educational Game
Is it possible to find the matching pairs of the favorite Toy Story characters? Potatoes, pigs, ponies, and more! That's tons of fun for youngsters of all ages. You flip over cards two at the same time and see how many matching pairs you can find! The set includes 72 picture cards, a plastic tray and directions.
Alex Tub Tunes Water Flutes
This is a cutie that makes music inside the tub with a real water flute! You fill the flutes with varying quantities of water for multiple tones and follow the easy-to-follow, waterproof song sheets!
With all the set of 5 water flutes, the kids can experiment with music and discover to play songs during bathtime. They'll discover different sounds and tones that can be tuned with water to produce a variety of pleasant sounds. Did Beethoven not start by doing this?
Educational Insights MathShark
Using electronic flash cards the MathShark puts kids through 8 different abilities of mathematical prowess, in addition to subtraction, multiplication, division, fractions, decimals, and percentages. In addition, it works as a fully functional calculator in the press of a button! The form, colors, flashing lights, and beeps are all reminiscent of a hand-held electronic game... which interests kids who may not otherwise be interested in practicing math. Smart (!)
The sound fortunately is unobtrusive, and can even be turned off! After each set an encouraging comment like "You achieved it!" or "Way to visit!" comes up on screen. The sets are timed, and your kid's score, for the way long it latched onto answer all the questions correctly, appears at the conclusion. Beating the MathShark is as much fun as a video game! Can you think of a better educational toy?