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Review: Fisher Price Learning Home

Learning should always be fun for babies and toddlers, who love exploring new shapes, sounds and activities. The Fisher Price Learning Home has been designed to provide little ones with everything they need for hours of learning fun, including electronic elements, music, activities and more. Many parents are raving about this toy, but will it stand the test of time? Features Of The Fisher Price Learning Home * Two-sided playhouse with an “outdoor” side and an “indoor” side, * Both sides feature a range of activities including sounds, music, switches, dials and more, * Helps to teach kids counting, colors, shapes, numbers, letters and more, * Dimensions: 29 x 22 x 32 inches, * Requires 3 C batteries (not included), * Recommended for ages 1 – 3. Is The Fisher Price Learning Home Worth Buying? The thing that impresses parents most about the Fisher-Price Learning Home is the fact that it comes with so many different features for your baby to explore, which helps them learn in so...

 


Review: Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Fun With Friends Musical Table

The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Fun With Friends Musical Table is designed as four toys in one: a laptop full of music and phrases, a piano to teach baby about colors and music, a phone to teach numbers, and a book to teach animals, words and more. There really are so many different modes for your baby to explore, but is it really worth the price tag? Features Of The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Fun With Friends Musical Table * Over 50 songs, tunes and musical activity, * Four corners full of activities, * English and Spanish modes, * Snap on legs to let baby learn as they cruise around, * Light up character faces help encourage baby to try multiple activities, * Each character has a unique personality, * Teaches baby about numbers, letters, shapes, colors and more, * Recommended for babies and toddlers between 6 – 36 months. Is The Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Fun With Friends Musical Table Worth Buying? Overall, the Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn With Friends Musical Table has been extremely well received...

 


Enjoy Learning With Summer Scavenger Hunts

Scavenger hunts are not only fun, they’re educational, too. It’s easy to get creative to make up your own, or modify any of these to make it fit for your area and the age of your child. For older ones you will want to make it harder and for younger children make it easy enough to keep them interested while still teaching them important skills. Nature Scavenger Hunts Getting kids outside to explore is a great way for them to learn about nature and get exercise at the same time. You can create a nature scavenger hunt for whatever types of items are in your backyard, the park or wherever you choose to hold your scavenger hunt. Here are a few items to think about to get you started with coming up with your own ideas: • Four leaf clover • Dandelion • Large leaf • Small leaf • Sticks • Large flower • Small flower • Worm • Bug • Smooth rock An easy way to create your game is to gather the items from the area you’ll be playing and t...

 


Simple and Fun Science Activities for Kids

School may be out, but science experiments are still fun – especially when you can see the results right in your own kitchen. These experiments are fun enough for young children, and the scientific explanation of the results will fascinate the older kids as well. Inflate Balloons with Pop Rocks Pop Rocks are fun to eat because they snap and pop and fizz in your mouth. But you may not know that they can inflate a balloon, too, by releasing carbon dioxide trapped in a bottle of soda. You will need: • 1 – 16 oz bottle of soda (any flavor will do) • 1 pouch of Pop Rocks • 1 balloon • A funnel How to make it work: Use the funnel to pour the whole container of Pop Rocks into the balloon. Twist the end of the balloon just a little so you’re holding the Pop Rocks inside the balloon while you stretch the end of the balloon over the top of the soda bottle. You don’t want the Pop Rocks to drop into the bottle before you’re ready to start. Once the ball...

 




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