Research shows that kids who know their alphabet—meaning that they can identify and name each letter—are more likely to read early. Likewise, toddlers who learn to count do better in math later on. Luckily, teaching your toddler literacy and numeracy skills is a lot more fun than getting them to do their homework.
These five toys and games make learning fun for both of you.
This engaging sign is perfect for the nursery or playroom. Its simple and eco-friendly design will help your child recognize their letters without even realizing it. Clover + Birch signs are made from birch wood and zero VOC organic paint.
This wooden toy set teaches kids to count, add and subtract. It comes with number tiles, market chips a wooden tray and a canvas bag to hold it all. The raw wood and neutral colours will liven up any playroom and make learning fun. Oh, and with each item purchased, Lily & River plant one tree to help reforest our planet.
This canvas bag full of wooden letter chips is grows with your child. They can learn to recognize letters and even build words as they mature. The chips are hand-stamped with non-toxic ink and sealed with coconut oil to ensure the safety of your child.
These whimsical blocks will help your child learn to count while unleashing their imagination. The woodland creatures add charm to any playroom and all ten blocks nest into one another so tidying up is a breeze. Wee Gallery toys are made using natural and sustainable materials.
These charming nature-inspired flashcards will help your child master their alphabet. Whether they learn animal names or focus on their letters, they’ll be immersed in literacy play. These durable cards are printed with eco ink.
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