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A DT classic filled with layers of learning! These volumetrically correct, sequentially numbered cups introduce important preschool concepts related to volume, size, time, color and measurement.SHOP
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“Discovery Toys has impacted my family in many positive ways since I joined. I am able to stay at home with our son & raise him with the best of the best in educational products. DT doesn’t only provide an income for my family, but it represents a greater mission that I am humbled to share with others: the Power of PLAY- uncensored, unplugged, old-fashioned Play! We are learning, but most of all we are having fun doing it! One Team, One Dream.”
“I chose to become an Educational Consultant because Discovery Toys offers the most outstanding developmental products for families – products of the highest quality with extraordinary value. For me, Discovery Toys provides a career that allows me to build my work schedule around my family while earning an income that supports my lifestyle.”
“Discovery Toys has been a part of my professional life for at least 25 years. As a Speech-Language Pathologist, I use these educational toys in my pediatric therapy clinic. I chose to join DT so that I could share these toys with more families who are trying to help their children achieve developmental milestones. Everyone deserves the privilege of having Discovery Toys in their home to encourage their family to learn together through play. It has been one of the best decisions that I have made for my family.”
It’s a proven fact that children learn best through Play. Play is where children develop the skills necessary to become successful adults. This year our children need the gift of play more than ever. Providing a quality toy that promotes play as a gift this season is one way to help. We put together the following guide to help parents identify toys that provide for quality play and toys that should be avoided....Read More
Discovery Toys' 'Toy Guy', Jim Garber, reflects on his personal experience on STEM education in schools... I think most of us would agree that the future of our world largely depends on a new generation of engineers who can think outside the box, who can dream up solutions to problems that seem insurmountable, and who can collaborate with folks from different cultures...
Develop Independent Play WIth Some Limited Instruction
Promote Sustained Engagement
Build Skills For Cooperative Play
Create Opportunities For Children to Talk About Their Play Experience
Promote Obvious Completion Criteria
Encourage Pretend Play