LET’S PLAY: Fisher-Price Little People Surprise and Sounds Home Recommended for ages 1-5, this is actually one of my daughter’s go-to toys right now. She loves pretend play and actually loves the kitchen area. She pretends she’s baking cookies because one of the phrases says something about the cookies being ready. This doll house says so many phrases and has so many sounds I don’t remember them all. It comes with the home that folds so you can carry it with the handle up top, 3 Little People (Mom, Dad, and Emma), a table and 3 chairs. Here are a … Continue reading LET’S PLAY: Fisher-Price Little People Surprise and Sounds Home
LET’S PLAY: Melissa & Doug Nesting and Sorting Garages and Cars Recommended for ages 2 and up, this was an instant hit for my daughter. She loved this toy! The garages are vibrant, colorful, and made out of sturdy cardboard. Each garage is a solid color with a brick design. On the front of each garage is a number with an opening for the car to park. On the back of the garages are pictures of a car that coincides with its number. The sizes of the garage go from big to small, #1 being the largest and #7 being … Continue reading LET’S PLAY: Melissa and Doug Nesting & Sorting Garages and Cars
LET’S PLAY: Fisher-Price My Little SnugaMonkey Animal Friends Pop-Up This toy is recommended for ages 6 months and up. It’s a classic and there are so many different versions of it. I bought this toy when my daughter was about 6 months old. She’s 2.5 years old now and will still play with when she sees it. Here are some activities you can do with this simple yet diverse toy. Imitation – I would show her how to open each object and tell her to “do this” and “watch” as I press the button, turn the flower looking shape or push/pull the levers. I … Continue reading LET’S PLAY: Fisher-Price My Little SnugaMonkey Animal Friends Pop-Up
I love toys! My husband cringes when he sees how many toys we’ve accumulated in the past couple years since our daughter was born. She’s turning three soon and it’s time to put some toys away. Before I do that, I want to review and share how I used each toy and some of the activities I did with my daughter. I’ll also be reviewing new toys she accumulates and sharing ideas on how to teach and learn with them. I’d love to hear your creative ideas too so feel free to comment or contact me! This post contains … Continue reading Teaching with Toys!