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Teach My Toddler Learning Kit

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  • 68 pieces to teach your toddler the alphabet, numbers, shapes and colors
  • Kit includes 4 board books, 4 posters, 7 puzzles and 55 flashcards
  • Promotes literacy, numeracy, spatial reasoning, hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills
  • Step by Step Teaching Guide To Ensure Successful Learning and Development
  • Bond. Teach. Play. 20 Minutes A Day!
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Product Details

  • Product Dimensions: 11 x 13.8 x 5 inches ; 1 pounds
  • Shipping Weight: 4.1 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
  • Shipping: This item is also available for shipping to select countries outside the U.S.
  • Origin: China
  • ASIN: B0033PRGK6
  • Item model number: 5510720
  • Manufacturer recommended age: 18 months - 3 years
  • Amazon Best Sellers Rank: #7,537 in Toys & Games (See Top 100 in Toys & Games)
  • Average Customer Review: 4.5 out of 5 stars  See all reviews (34 customer reviews)
  • Discontinued by manufacturer: Yes
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Teach My Toddler is the multi award-winning all-in-one learning kit for toddlers 18 months+. Requiring no screens, the kit has everything to give your toddler a head start and teach the basics. Teach My Toddler is divided into four sections; The Alphabet, Numbers, Shapes and Colors. The teaching tools are fully coordinated to encourage repetition and interaction. Teach My Toddler is designed around the concept of matching, which is a key pre-reading skill!

Product Description

5510720 Features: -Toddler learning system.-Age: 18 months and up.-Each section is fully - coordinated with a total of 5 puzzles, 4 board books, 4 posters and 4 sets of flashcards.-All pieces store neatly in a portable carrying case.-Builds pre - reading and decoding skills.-Promotes fun, educational play and parental bonding.-Step by step parent guide ensures successful learning. Color/Finish: -17 Coordinated teaching tools help toddlers master the alphabet, numbers 1 - 10, shapes and colors.

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It really is a fun and productive learning tool.
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Definitely worth the money and is a great way to spend some one on one down time with my toddler.
The quality is great, the colors and variety are awesome.

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42 of 43 people found the following review helpful By Athanasius on September 24, 2011
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The information about the creator of this item says that she is a parent who grew frustrated at the lack of certain educational toys, so she made some herself. Unfortunately, this kit still has the feel of a homemade toy, not fully thought-through, and without the quality or durability one would expect from something that costs so much.

Many drawbacks have been noted by previous reviewers, but I'll review some that I've also noticed. One major thing is that the foam of the puzzles is not very durable, and honestly it's not the easiest thing for toddlers to pull pieces out of and push them into. For the cost of this kit, wooden puzzles should be possible, and they would be much more toddler-friendly.

However, it's the little details that make this kit feel a bit "cheap" or poorly constructed. Some of the shapes have minor asymmetries for no apparent reason -- you will find your toddler struggling to turn the triangle the correct way, because the sides aren't quite equal in length, even though all the other (more complicated) shapes are perfectly symmetrical. Similarly, there are other odd choices in the other "units": within the numbers, for example, the numbers 3 and 8 have one semicircle/circle very slightly smaller than the other, again making it more difficult for little hands. But the 6 and 9 are exactly the same shape and are interchangeable, even though that's a case where you might actually want a child to be sensitive to the distinction so they have to get them with the right side up.

And there are other minor things, like the unrealistic scene used to illustrate the shapes book (trees are ovals, a fence is made of diamonds, and for some reason the car has a heart hanging off it).
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36 of 39 people found the following review helpful By Nova on February 17, 2010
I got this as a gift and my son really loves it. It teaches colors, shapes, letters (upper and lower case) and numbers. In each of those categories are a foam board puzzle with pop-out shapes/letter/colors, etc., a large poster display, flash cards, and a board book. The directions say to keep it somewhere out of reach so your child can't play with it on their own and to only go over one section at a time. I found though if I kept it out of reach my son would throw tantrums because he liked playing with especially the shapes so much. One of the posters is already partially ripped and he bit apart the 7 on the foam board while I wasn't looking. For me it doesn't make sense to keep it all hidden, even if it means that it gets a little bit destroyed.

I really like this, but find I rarely use the flash cards or posters. My son mostly enjoys the foam puzzles and the books whether playing with me or alone. The only problem I have with it is that they made some silly decisions with the foam puzzles. For example, the triangle isn't an equilateral triangle, but barely so. But the sides are different JUST enough that it won't fit unless you put the correct point up. *I* can barely tell, let alone my 20 month old. The same is true of the 8, one circle is bigger than the other, so the bottom circle has to go on the bottom....but it's very hard for even me to tell that. There are quite a few little flaws in the puzzles like that that while it doesn't seem that big of a deal, it certainly is for an easily frustrated toddler who can't see the extra two millimeters when they're trying to put the piece in the correct hole of the puzzle. Also, I like that the puzzles are foam but the foam is not very durable for my still sometimes orally obsessed little man. Wood would've been better. Overall I like it because he likes it, and it doesn't cause TOO many frustrated tantrums, but enough that I felt it needed mentioning.
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11 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Maggie Laws Brown on November 25, 2011
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My friend recommended this (her daughter loves it), so I made the purchase. My 22-month-old son loves the puzzles (especially the shapes, and he was able to identify them all after a few weeks). But since the puzzles are made of flimsy foam, and since he's still a bit mouthy, they all have teeth marks in them, and a few pieces are already broken. Other than the puzzles, the rest of the materials are not that fabulous (the books are boring, the animals that represent the alphabet -- i.e. "A for Alligator" are creepy-looking). If I had paid half the cost, I wouldn't be so harsh in my review, but this was a bit pricey, and so I had high expectations that were not met. Don't waste your money.
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10 of 11 people found the following review helpful By Amazon Customer on May 10, 2010
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I had bought this for my very active 19 month old son... He does seem to like to play with the activity, but will just last through one for 15min or so at best.. My complaint about this product is how cheep the puzzles are made the first time he pulled one of the letters out it ripped.. He has now ripped 3 letter just by taking them out as the directions suggest for the child to do so.. Also when putting the puzzle back together its pretty frustrating for a young child you really have to push pretty hard. they should of had a backing on the board and backing on the individual pieces.. Other then that its pretty good.
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4 of 5 people found the following review helpful By Star Mom 212 on January 24, 2012
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This is a great company. I think they just know how kids think. My son (2.5 years old) loves to play with each of the sections. He often brings the box over to me (yes it is light enough for a 2 year old to lift by the handle) and wants me to open the box. Each section is separated by a heavy plastic divider.

At home we do not have a schedule we keep for reviewing the sections. Our son typically drives the play. We don't leave the pieces out, but take the time to put everything away. The puzzles are lightweight but a nice quality foam. The pieces for the puzzles go together without too much effort. Easy for little children's fingers to manage.

My son's current favorite section is the colors. He likes to match up the colors with the crayons. It's nice that the puzzle pieces are shaped to only fit one correct spot. You will notice that many lower quality puzzles have only one or two shapes. Having specific puzzle shapes for each letter/color makes it easier for a child to associate where each piece goes. This is the second set by this developer. There is a first set which is also fantastic!

This set is a great value, again I was unable to get close to creating/collecting my own set for the price (full retail). This is really worth it and I would recommend it to anyone with small children. Teach My Toddler
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