Cheap Toys: Preschool Learning Toys
Toddler & Educational Kids Toy Ideas
These educational toys, learning activities and toddler toys for preschoolers & kindergarten kids help them to develop fine motor skills, hand/eye co-ordination skills, visual perception skills and help with cognitive development.
This toy page contains a selection of peg and puzzle games, lacing activities and grasping style activities for children working on fine motor development. Also we provide links to our suggested pretend kitchen playsets, art supplies and cheap toy ideas essential for fun play activities, learning and to assist in proper physical and mental development of preschoolers and toddler children.
These educational kids toys, learning activities & art supplies will help your kids to develop fine motor skills and stimulate healthy mental development during their early learning years.
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Toys for Fine Motor Development:
This peg and puzzle board is a #1 Best Seller and a great addition to your preschool educational toy collection. It is rated 4 1/2 stars out of 5
The pegged puzzle board consists of a variety of polished brass latches, locks and clasps to get children’s little hands moving and exploring. These along with the ‘Fun hide and seek’ pictures behind each door help to get your children’s small muscles of the hands and fingers working developing fine motor skills for children.
Lace & trace Farm Activity is rated 4 stars out of 5 stars. It makes a great lacing activity for various colorful shapes, patterns and colors.
Lacing is great for developing fine motor skills using the small muscles of the hands and fingers, as well as hand/eye co-ordination, cognitive skills and visual perception skills in children.
Comes in a durable wooden box with 5 jumbo sized, double sided lacing cards and colored laces.
Your preschool kids can work on having fun and building fine motor skills with this hungry Monkey game where children feed the ‘Hungry Monkey’ some delicious treats using fun tweezers made especially for little hands.
Currently rated 5 stars out of 5 stars
Works on building fine motor skills and hand/eye co-ordination skills in children using a fun simple game idea.
*Small Pieces – Possible choking hazard – not for children under 3 yrs.