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Learn letters with LeapFrog
The Letter Factory Phonics has 26 singing letters to bring the alphabet to life, LeapFrog  says. It’s based on the award-winning Letter Factory DVD, but doesn’t require a disc player. Instead, “little learners place letter tiles in the “factory” to... More
A classic: The Farmer Says
Yep, Fisher-Price is still making the classic See ’N Say toy. “Children love animals, and The Farmer Says engages children by providing colorful images and sounds of animals,” FP says. The toy teaches kids fun facts about 16 different animals,... More
LeapFrog puppy helps tots read
“Children learn more when they’re having fun,” LeapFrog says. The company’s toys “help your child learn about reading, writing, numbers, colors, matching, shapes and manners.” “Read With Me Scout” is a “cuddly companion that provides the perfect interactive introduction to... More
Puppy plays to learn
Baby’s best friend? You child can start learning A-B-Cs  and 1-2-3’s with this toy dog, which “invites baby to learn through singing, dancing and playing.” The Laugh & Learn Love to Play Puppy comes with a CD of tunes, and... More
Did Einstein bend balls?
“Soft, flexible plastic with bright primary colors make this Ball fun and easy for little fingers to bend, squeeze, grasp, and roll,” says Baby Einstein.
The Bendy Ball also has a rolling Rattle Ball inside inside to add additional sounds... More
Chewing and Winking
Looking for something a bit simpler for that brand-new baby? Manhattan Toy says its Winkel is a slightly sophisticated chew toy, a “mesmerizing maze of safe, soft, continuous tubes perfect for a teething baby to chew on.” Not only will... More
Robot teaches tots
“With his quirky personality, rockin’ dance moves, and funny responses,” developer Vtech  says, “your child will love interacting” with its robot toy. Cogsley has an animated LCD screen, as well as mechanical moving parts, and “is the perfect learning robot... More