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If you are looking for a fun way to teach your toddler - you need to check out the Teach My Toddler Kit! I really love that it has everything you need to have fun and teach your toddler!
- 68 pieces to teach your toddler the alphabet, numbers, shapes, and colors
- Kit includes 4 board books, 4 posters, 7 puzzles, and 55 flashcards
- It 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!
- You will look forward to spending this time with your toddler while you play and learn together! Another thing you will really LOVE about these kits are they 100% screen-free!! Our kids are too connected and you will love having non-tech products available to help them learn and have fun!
Teach My Toddler would be a fun Valentine's Day gift. It's a gift that will help them learn and lets you spend more time with them!This fun kit helps your toddler feel like they are part of the new remote learning time. And you will enjoy having a way to connect with your toddler during this crazy time!
About Teach My Toddler:
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!Check out all the Teach My Kits they have available.
- Open to US Residents
- Ends February 14, 2021, 11:59 pm EST
- Prize: Teach My Toddler Kit
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I don't have children. Schools in my area are open and virtual at times.ReplyDelete
These are so important for toddlers. Learning early is key for a lifetime of learning.ReplyDelete
Have a fabulous day, my friend. ♥
great niece would have been in prek this year but based on everything my niece decided to keep her home. They are working with herReplyDelete
In my area, we have hybrid learning. 2 days in person, 3 days online. Though, we opted to have Allison online only full time this year. Most of my friends have also opted for full time online learning this year.ReplyDelete
I've been homeschooling for over twenty years.ReplyDelete
I live with my grandchildren. My son & DIL plan to send my grandson to public K next year. He and my granddaughter are currently in preschool/daycare.ReplyDelete
Kids are in person school right now. They also offer virtual learning to students too!ReplyDelete
I am homeschooling my children at home. It's a great time to bond and help my kids learn without distraction or feeling frustrated. Plus, it allows me to gain a bit more knowledge and learn with my kids.ReplyDelete
They are remote, unfortunately. They are not enjoying it at all. :(ReplyDelete
We are both in class and virtual in my area, just depends on positive case count at the moment.ReplyDelete
MY GRANDCHILDREN ARE DOING BOTH THIS YEAR. HOW I DO NOT KNOW.ReplyDelete
We're doing a group homeschool and we love it!ReplyDelete
The toddler is home schooledReplyDelete
Schools where I live are open now .ReplyDelete
My grandson is too young for school just yet.ReplyDelete
I have 6 grandchildren. 4 of them are in school learning and 2 are doing remote learning Rosanne rosans 4 comcast (dot) netReplyDelete
My son starts school next year so we were luckily able to avoid the boomerang schools open/closed issues.ReplyDelete
Sounds like a fun way to teach toddlers!ReplyDelete
Sure a great way to teach the younger kiddos by the sounds of it.ReplyDelete
My girls are doing it virtual this year. I have a kid in 5th and another in kindergarten.ReplyDelete
We are home schooling. So many parents think that mask are not necessary and I am not one of those.ReplyDelete
We are doing hybrid!ReplyDelete
My toddler is doing remote learning this year! Just not willing to take any chance!ReplyDelete
Luckily my daughters are grown and my grandbabies are too young. I have been teaching remotely.ReplyDelete
My daughter is doing homeschool this yearReplyDelete
I don't have children. I want to win this for my toddler nephew. The schools in my area are open with kids having the choice between virtual and in-school learning. The schools were strictly virtual a week or two before and after the Christmas holidays.ReplyDelete
Grandchild will be in Christian schoolReplyDelete
My grandson is in classes this year.ReplyDelete