Educational Activities for Kids
Playtime with toys from My Happy Helpers is more than just play. Our toys encourage learning and understanding.
Fine motor skills - Kids learn how to move their body through shaking musical instruments, picking up objects and, gripping them, turning them in their hands.
Musical Instruments - building fine and gross motor skills by experimenting with the physicality of instruments. They support sensory development through touch and sound and sometimes balance through playing. And they can enhance hand-eye coordination.
Literacy and Language toys - Playing with words enables children to learn in a way that is fun and not stressful. Interacting with others can help them understand how conversations work, and language can be used to communicate and sort their ideas in their minds.
Mathematics - Maths is arguably the foundation of the universe around us. Understanding numbers, how they add up to bigger numbers, can multiply, dividend more, can set up your child for big things in their future.
Montessori Toys - specially designed for young, curious minds, Montessori toys encourage children to explore the world around them through experimental play, and simulated real-world play.
Steiner-Waldorf toys - a tactile sensation of softness and calmness sets Steiner-Waldorf toys above anyone else. Children learn a different tactile feel with natural fibers and warm, softwoods.
Are your kids interested in drawing or painting? Try this 4-in-1 table easel.
Every little kid loves trains and cars, playing house with a family of dolls. The stories children can create and tell each other, help with understanding language, building a narrative, and social skills.
The best toys are the ones where they are enjoying themselves, smiling and laughing, and learning.
Take play to the next level with our range of educational toys. Learn through play and have fun while gaining knowledge.
Our Montessori Toys imitate real life but in a safe way. They encourage kids to experiment through touch and holding, manipulating objects, to build up their fine motor skills.
Steiner toys are designed to be calming and soothing. Made with natural materials such as silk, wool, or cotton, they encourage touching and grabbing and begin to teach children about their senses.
Children have different needs at different ages. Your youngest, who can’t walk yet, are reaching out and gripping with their hands, feeling out toys and objects with their mouths, and beginning to link sounds and objects together. Tactile toys such as Steiner-Waldorf, or quality wooden toys which can be held and manipulated, are the best toys for the youngest.
As they grow older and begin walking, toys that encourage balance and coordination are a must.
By the time your young ones are reaching pre-school, with all the fun they have had with toys from My Happy Helpers, they will be so smart, ready to take on the world and help other kids learn stuff.