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Literacy Toys & Alphabet Toys Literacy Toys & Alphabet Toys Helping your child learn to read and write is one of the great joys of being a parent. Inspiring a love of reading and writing in young children is one of the most rewarding aspects of Early Years and Primary education and this is why we stock a fantastic range of literacy toys and alphabet toys for toddlers and children. WordUnited’s stimulating range of literacy resources are ideal to support learning in the classroom and at home. From bright, colourful alphabet toys for toddlers to resources which support the Primary National Curriculum, we stock fun-filled products designed to aid development from early exploration to confident, independent reading and writing. Show me >
Numeracy Counting and Number Toys Numeracy Counting and Number Toys Any adult who remembers maths being boring at school has forgotten the sheer fun that can be had with numbers in childhood. From puzzles and counting games to playing shop and telling the time, early numeracy should be full of hands-on play, exploration and excitement. At WordUnited, we have everything you need to bring that spirit of adventure and wonder into your classroom and home. Our extensive range of number toys and numeracy learning resources is designed to help children develop confidence and familiarity with numbers from an early age, supporting the development of abstract concepts through engaging, fun-filled practical activities. Show me >
Kids' Learning Toys Kids' Learning Toys Playing with toys nurtures significant educational lifetime values in children across all ages. The best toys for children help with their development as well as being highly entertaining and engaging. Toys equip children with numerous skills including fine motor skills, hand-eye coordination, physical development, literacy, numeracy, understanding the world, creativity, observational skills, social skills and communication skills. Different types of toys promote different sets of skills, depending on the child’s age and how they learn. Here, you can explore a wide range of toys for playing and learning designed for babies, toddlers (1 year old to 2 years old), preschool children (3 years old to 5 years old) and older children (5 years old to 11 years old). Show me >