Use these reading toys for a variety of classroom activities! Integrate these reading toys into daily activity to create a desire to read and key progression of understanding. When included into both classroom and daily life, colorful and engaging reading toys can promote comprehension of key language skills while honing other skills that can transfer to other subjects due to the importance of reading and language across all subject areas. Reading toys are an entertaining way of encouraging skill development in a fun, yet educational manner!
Tickle Monster Laughter Kit
Here's everything you need to bring lovable Tickle Monster to life for your kids with the Tickle Monster Laughter Kit.
Touch, feel, & learn flash cards! Small children look wide-eyed, grin happily, and reach longingly for cute, bright, textured cards. Read the words, see the pictures, and feel the textures - Children... Read More
Kids Magnetic Poetry - First Words
Poetry is all about turning language into a toy and playing with it! Being a poet means being a master linguist, and now kids just learning to read and write can have fun playing with language as they... Read More
Redesigned for the youngest of the family, this boardbook version of the classic I Spy book makes it easier for early learners to find the objects they're looking for. Boost your little one's... Read More
Herve Tullet is back with another book to get kids learning through touch. Rub here to mix red with blue, blue with yellow, and yellow with red. Tilt, touch, mash, press, and have loads of... Read More
Drawn by vibrant, realistic pictures little kids are on a mission to find the objects they recognize. Pre-reading skills, visual recognition, matching, rhyming, vocabulary development, & first reading... Read More
BugLit LED Micro Flashlight - Blue & Lime
It's a hands-free, versatile micro bug flashlight! A perfect nightlight, book light, bike light, and camping trip necessity. A convenient flashlight to carry in the car, purse or on a backpack. 4... Read More
Stop Think and Relax Board Game
Ages 6-12. By Becky Bridges, C.S.W., A.C.P. A game to help impulsive children think before they act. In this ever-popular board game, active, impulsive children learn motor control, relaxation skills,... Read More