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Joyful toys to stimulate young Minds

Joyful toys to stimulate young Minds

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Learning Through Play with LEGO® DUPLO

Learning Through Play with LEGO® DUPLO®

Kids practice lasting life skills through play and creativity. Find out how LEGO® DUPLO® building bricks and toddler learning toys support your little one’s developmental milestones, one brick at a time.

Numbers & Counting

Learning about letters, numbers, and counting is one of the first mysterious codes kids want to crack. It opens the doors to a world of endless new possibilities. Suddenly your child can measure how tall they are, count their toes, toys and how many times they can jump from the bed!

Social Emotional Skills

Toddlers can go from tears to smiles in a matter of seconds and that’s okay. Attention span is still limited, whether it come to fun activities or boo-boos. Social and emotional skills are lasting traits that will boost the benefit your toddler’s confidence and self-worth.

Shapes & Colours

Whether your child likes to play sorting games with food, toy cars, books or building blocks, most toddlers love to examine and experiment with shapes, structures and colours. Playing with different materials involves both logic and creativity and helps your child develop cognitive, spatial, and language skills.

Imagination & Creativity

It’s impossible to build a spaceship out of paper towel rolls. Or is it? If you have seen your child turn a cardboard box into a car, plane, dollhouse or time machine, you know the joy is real! That’s the magic and power of imagination.

Language Development

Your child is an incredibly curious creature between the ages of 1 to 5 as their understanding of the world and their imagination are developing by leaps and bounds. Sometimes their vocabulary can’t keep up when it comes to expressing ideas, emotions or questions.

Fine Motor Skills

Your toddler’s body is constantly in motion, rapidly hard-wiring new motor skills and physical feats by the minute. Any big or small activity involving movement, assembling, stacking or combining things help your child develop hand-eye coordination.

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