Meadow Kids is an international toy brand from the UK. I was sent two toys to try with my little boy. Thank you, Meadow Kids! Meadow Kids produces key stage 1 toys and books with a focus on “learn and play”. Their product range includes bath time products, toys, crafts and books which you can view at http://www.meadowkids.com.
For this review, I received two toys: Animal Pocket Chart and Train Pop and Play.
Meadow Kids’ Train Pop and Play
This super cute toy is meant for bath time! Pop out the vehicles and they’ll swim in the tub. Great for keeping the little ones busy as you soap and shampoo them up! Timmy enjoys popping the pieces out and trying to sort them back together. He does it very quickly.
Pop pop pop!
Puzzles like this are great in developing your child’s fine motor skills. There’s the need to pince or grip the puzzle pieces and slide them back into their proper place. (Read more about how puzzles at home are great learning tools for kids!)
The puzzles are easy to pack away too! They dry pretty quickly and you can leave them in the bathroom. It comes in a strong, plastic case.
On to the next toy!
My son loves animals and words, so the Animal Pocket Chart was a joy to play with. Meadow Kids’ Animal Pocket Chart includes a table top chart with display pockets, 48 flashcards, 36 mix and match animal cards, 12 learn and play prompt cards. The table top chart also comes with a “Write on, Wipe off” board with a pen.
Timmy gets started on playing with his Animal Pocket Chart
Giraffe and Lion love
Practicing writing on the “Write On, Write Off” board
There are many animals to mix and match! I wish that the pocket chart was bigger though, so more animals can be mixed and matched together. Timmy got tired of it after awhile, so we ended up playing our own game — what animal parts can we put together? It made for a great laugh.
Thanks to Meadow Kids for letting us sample these products! They’re good educational toys that are great for the little ones. Check these toys and other learning products out over at http://www.meadowkids.com.