For myself, I have com­piled a kind of TOP edu­ca­tion­al toys that I want to share with you. In the arti­cle, I review toys pro­duced by the Russ­ian com­pa­ny, Raduga Kids. For me, this is the best com­bi­na­tion of price and qual­i­ty!

I eval­u­at­ed toys in the TOP accord­ing to three para­me­ters:
one. Ben­e­fit — how many dif­fer­ent activ­i­ties you can think of, with a toy, for a child;
2. Fas­ci­na­tion How long can a child play the game?
3. Price There is noth­ing to explain here.)

The toy for the devel­op­ment of intel­li­gence was cre­at­ed accord­ing to the method of the French doc­tor and teacher Edouard Seguin. In the game, the kid learns the basic range of col­ors and gets acquaint­ed with geo­met­ric shapes. The set includes 16 molds with recess­es in the mid­dle, in the form of a square, oval, cir­cle, rec­tan­gle, rhom­bus or tri­an­gle. Each form has its own fig­ure. The task of the kid is to place geo­met­ric shapes in the holes of the boards. In this case, you need to observe the col­or scheme.

Despite the fact that the game is rec­om­mend­ed for chil­dren over 3 years old, par­ents assure that the younger ones also show inter­est in col­or­ful fig­ures. Segen boards oblig­a­tory devel­op­ing mate­r­i­al in younger groups of kinder­garten.

Ben­e­fit: 4
Fas­ci­na­tion: 3
Price: 5

Wood­en mosa­ic Maxi devel­ops fine motor skills, intro­duces the child to the Russ­ian alpha­bet and num­bers. This bright, enter­tain­ing man­u­al per­fect­ly devel­ops inge­nu­ity, trains mem­o­ry and speed of think­ing.

Details are thought out to the small­est detail. The ball has a size of 25 mm, easy to grip with small fin­gers. The mosa­ic is designed for chil­dren from 1.5 to 6 years old. But younger stu­dents also enjoy play­ing it.

The mean­ing of the game is to arrange the tiles of the mosa­ic in accor­dance with col­ors, num­bers or let­ters.

The game is avail­able in var­i­ous con­fig­u­ra­tions. First you can buy a basic set — Mini mosa­ic. And if the child likes the toy, then buy the rest of the cards and chips.

Ben­e­fit: 5

Edu­ca­tion­al game Squares Nikitin is a kind of puz­zle of geo­met­ric shapes. There are 6 square holes on the play­ing field, each of which con­sists of sev­er­al parts — tri­an­gles, rec­tan­gles, trape­zoids, etc. The child needs to col­lect whole squares from small parts. There is only one cor­rect arrange­ment pos­si­ble.

The ben­e­fits of the game lies in the devel­op­ment of tac­tile func­tions, visu­al and col­or per­cep­tion, log­i­cal and spa­tial think­ing. The kid learns the basics of geom­e­try — stud­ies the shapes and their prop­er­ties, remem­bers the dif­fer­ences and fea­tures.

The tech­nique of the Russ­ian teacher Boris Pavlovich Nikitin implies sev­er­al lev­els of play. The first lev­el is designed for kids from 3 years old and involves col­lect­ing fig­ures exclu­sive­ly with­in the frame­work. But you can com­pli­cate and col­lect your fig­ures (with­out a form) on the floor or on the table. House, boat, train — the fan­ta­sy is lim­it­less!

The toy is avail­able in var­i­ous dif­fi­cul­ty lev­els. First, you can buy the first lev­el and then buy the next ones, as you mas­ter the game.

Ben­e­fit: 4
Fas­ci­na­tion: 4
Price: 5

Wood Note­book-Alpha­bet, a great replace­ment for mod­ern gad­gets. The edu­ca­tion­al toy works like a mag­net­ic tablet. Designed for learn­ing the alpha­bet, let­ters and num­bers in a play­ful way. Devel­ops tac­tile func­tions, mind­ful­ness, log­ic, teach­es lit­er­a­cy and count­ing.

The toy fell in love with chil­dren, because it imi­tates work on a real lap­top. The child can col­lect words direct­ly on the lap­top screen. The mag­net­ic keys are easy to place on the mag­net­ic screen and turn into words. As well as the num­bers that help solve the first prim­i­tive math­e­mat­i­cal exam­ples.

A toy can be bought for a child from 4 years old, to get acquaint­ed with the let­ters. Then he can learn words, num­bers and sim­ple count­ing. In addi­tion to the Russ­ian key­board, you can buy an Eng­lish key­board and prac­tice with it.

Ben­e­fit: 5
Fas­ci­na­tion: 5
Price: 3

First place — smart chest.

The first place in our rank­ing is occu­pied by the Smart Chest game. Edu­ca­tion­al toy, com­bines 3 games in one:

one. hedge­hog sorter. This is a shape in the form of a hedge­hog, with round slots in which you need to place the cor­re­spond­ing fig­ures, focus­ing on the basic pic­tures (tasks). For exam­ple, the pic­ture shows that in the first row there should be 3 yel­low cir­cles, in the sec­ond — three red ones, and in the third — three blue ones. The child needs to repeat this sequence.

2. Sorter of geo­met­ric shapes. The game is to sequen­tial­ly place all the geo­met­ric shapes in their respec­tive shapes. The task becomes more dif­fi­cult if the adult asks the child to choose cer­tain col­ors of the shapes.

3. Col­or sorter. Slots have been made in the chest, cor­re­spond­ing to geo­met­ric shapes. An adult gives a task, for exam­ple, to col­lect all the yel­low fig­ures, the child per­forms.

The game cap­ti­vates the child for a long time, involves fine motor skills and log­i­cal think­ing. The kid gets acquaint­ed with basic geo­met­ric shapes, num­bers, learns col­ors and shapes. In the for­mat of the game, an adult pre­pares a child for school, teach­ing them to cor­rect­ly per­form ele­men­tary tasks.

Ben­e­fit: 5
Fas­ci­na­tion: 5
Price: 4

Here is my TOP 5! What are your favorite edu­ca­tion­al toys? Write in the com­ments.


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