I get so excited seeing my son interacting and becoming stimulated by educational toys that spark his curiosity. These Fisher Price toys are just perfect for my son for hands on learning a great introduction to problem-solving, planning and sequencing, and even critical thinking skills. Seeing him having fun with colors and mixing number recognition and learning how to follow directions is always a plus in my book of educational fun.
First, The exciting toy we have from Fisher price is the code-a-pillar this toy is set to encourage problem-solving, planning and sequencing, also critical thinking skills. With this toy, you can change and rearrange the pieces to make the code-a-pillar take a different path.
Next, we have the Color chameleon this toy turns colors and counting into active learning. There’re 3 ways to play with this toy, 1st you can scan the paint splats that come with the color chameleon or other colors found around you. 2nd numbers and counting; directed play that uses the paint splats with the number side up to help kids count 1-10, sort and classify numbers. 3rd games try to beat the clock with timed games like “follow the lights” and “counting colors.”
What the toy line encourages:
- The code-a-pillar encourages problem-solving, planning and sequencing, and critical thinking skills.
- The color chameleon inspires colors and color mixing, numbers and counting, following directions and games.
- This year’s gift guide we received the core pillar and the color chameleon