Toys & Games

Learning with the PAW Patrol | AD

We were recently sent some items from the PAW Patrol learning range to take a closer look at, and I had two little pups that were all too happy to do exactly that.

With two children who are close together in age, the PAW Patrol has been part of my life for a long time now. First with Darcie and now with Henry. Luckily when it comes to learning, it seems like the PAW Patrol have our back too.

PAW Patrol – My First Smart Phone

The PAW Patrol smart phone is great for pre-schoolers and little ones who are just entering school. Kids can not only call Ryder and the pups, but they can also learn all about their numbers and colours while they do it.

Henry had a great time, exploring all the of features and especially loved the colour finding activity. I also liked that not only does it inspire imaginative play, but it helps with their hand eye coordination while they do so. I won’t lie, he was pretty adorable ringing Ryder and the rest of the pups on it!

PAW Patrol – Ryders Alphabet Tablet

Henry has just started reception so phonics are a HUGE thing for us right now as he starts to learn to read. This alphabet tablet is brilliant and will let him practice his phonics while having fun.

Ryder asks little ones to find a letter, an object or a sound. Not only is a great fun for kids, but it really helps with phonics and early letter recognition.

Missing 6 months of pre-school hasn’t helped Henry build his learning foundations and now he is in Reception, things are starting to pick up a little. Having something like this lets us have a little fun and play together, while helping him to develop and learn. Win / win all round right?

Although we weren’t sent it to try, you can also find the PAW Patrol Count with Marshall in the range too. With 10 interactive play coins which helps kids develop their counting skills as well as colour and number recognition.

DISCLOSURE: we were sent these items for the purposes of this review. As always though, all thoughts and opinions are my own.

You may also like...

Leave a Reply

Your email address will not be published. Required fields are marked *