Learning Resources reveals new Early Years toys

Published on: 14th March 2014

Learning Resources has revealed details of some of the new products joining its Early Years range.4119_Design&Drill_KidShot30

Kids can master early learning skills with the Snap-n-Learn Alphabet Alligators. They can snap together and pull apart the tactile creatures for letter learning, and matching uppercase and lowercase letters. Featuring the full alphabet, the colourful alligator heads and tails are printed with uppercase and lowercase letters; children match the head of an alligator with the correct tail to build letter recognition.

Smart Snacks Number Pops allows children to pop the numbered shell over the ice cream with the matching number of dots. The set develops early counting skills and the coloured dots encourage matching the colour of the shell to develop colour recognition.

Creativity and construction combine with the Design & Drill Socket to Me set. Colourful bolts and realistic tools help develop early skills from colour recognition and counting to motor skills and following directions. The set features a socket spanner with realistic sound and actions as it helps screw the 30 coloured bolts into one of four mini activity boards, which include a robot, car, rocket and submarine.

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