Toys are excellent sources of stimulation. When it comes to children’s physical and mental development over the ages, toys have always been a part of the equation. To a baby, the world around them is an exciting place to explore. They are enthralled by any new shape, color, or texture that comes their way. Educational toys for 2-3 year olds of WonderLearn   can be a great way to get your child started on the path to a sound education. Studies show that children’s learning happens best when they are having fun while they are doing it.

You’ve found the best educational toys for kids who want to play with them!

  • Magnatiles

Light tables, windows, the floor, and any magnetic surface are all good places to use these building toys. Shape recognition, problem-solving, and spatial awareness are all addressed in these activities Additionally, you can use them for color-coding.

  • Potato Head

This time-tested favorite is frequently overlooked, even though 3-year-olds enjoy working with it. Even though they’re having fun, they’re also learning important fine motor and hand-eye coordination skills.

  • Play-Doh

Play-doh is yet another time-honored favorite. Allowing children to play with play dough is a great way to strengthen hand muscles that are essential for writing as well as self-help tasks such as putting on a jacket or putting on a shirt.

  • Smartmax Basic 36 Magnetic Discovery

These magnets are incredible. WonderLearn students in our class build with them, but we also stick them on the magnet board for easy access. They are also sorted by color and size. See how much fun they had when we added a cookie sheet to our lesson plan!

  • Duplo

For children too young for classic LEGO sets, chunky Duplo sets are an excellent alternative. Use your imagination to bring these blocks to life and create something amazing.

  • Slide

The quarantine can be a challenge for 3-year-olds, but this slide is a great way to keep them active. While climbing and sliding, they’ll be able to practice their gross motor and coordination skills. Toy cars will love this as a ramp!

  • Chunky Letter & Number Puzzles

A favorite activity in our classroom was having the children work in pairs on these puzzles; it was fun to hear one tell the other which number or letter they were holding. Remember that students can help each other by providing scaffolding in the same way that teachers can. The large pieces are also great for sensory bins, letter/number hunts, and other educational activities.

  • Pop The Pig

This is one of our favorite games because it’s fun, requires kids to recognize numbers and then act on them with counting, and can be adapted for older kids as well. It’s also a big hit with kids, even if it wasn’t designed for that purpose. This isn’t just a great 3-year-old game; it’s one of the best. It’s an investment that will pay dividends for years to come, as your children will use it and grow old with it.

Educational Toys such as the ones listed above help children learn basic and essential skills. Fine motor and cognitive skills are enhanced as a result of their use. Using these educational toys for 3-year-olds can help children develop emotionally and learn how to work as a team. WonderLearn’s preschool app is designed to help preschoolers develop their motor, cognitive, social, and communication skills.

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