Monday, 19 January 2009

Fun Toddler Color Recognition Game From Hamleys London Review

Shopping for toddler color matching games in that fun London toy store, Hamleys this week. After visiting the online store and the real shop in Regents Street, finally chose Red Dog, Blue Dog! At around ten pounds it was an ideal birthday gift for our little nephew and seemed like a fun  lotto puzzle as a first game for toddlers. They have to become the first player to match all the color recognition pictures on their game board. The fun color recognition game develops skills for toddlers in matching colors and  naming objects. Early learning objectives apparently include social and emotional development and creative and personal development. With room for two to four players, there should be room for all of us - but I expect we'll have to let the birthday nephew win!We also got some fun color pens for filling in color matching worksheets and a paint porcelain party for a certain niece who mustn't be left out!