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Homeschooling with 6 children can be pretty chaotic. My preschool and kindergarten daughters finish their schoolwork long before their older siblings. I love finding fun, independent, and educational activities to keep them occupied while I finish teaching the older children.
VTech Innotab is a great tool for my homeschool. My younger daughters can have independent (quiet) fun while learning at the same time! They loved reviewing three new cartridges from VTech this month!
InnoTab My First Nursery Rhymes Learning Cartridge (ages 12-36 months)
Cody and Cora go on a musical adventure in this fun cartridge. Children listen to nursery rhyme songs and play mini learning games. With 25 nursery rhymes plus mini games and five fun baby sign language signs this game is fun for the toddler in your home. My 12 month old isn’t quite ready to play games with the InnoTab, but he does love dancing along while listening to the nursery rhymes. This is a really cute ‘first’ game for a young toddler.
InnoTab Disney Winnie the Pooh Learning Cartridge (ages 12-36 months)
Help Winnie the Pooh find his honey pots while learning shapes, colors and opposites. Children can also learn fun songs and baby sign language with Roo and Piglet! The sing along is my 3-year-old daughter’s favorite. She can also read an e-book about Pooh and Tigger. I like that the read along story allows a choice of reading alone or being read to you- this way my preschooler can enjoy the story when I’m busy teaching an older sibling.
InnoTab Classic Stories Learning Cartridge (ages 3-6)
In this cartridge children read three classic stories: The Frog Prince, Pinocchio and The Three Little Pigs. I love how there are three different reading levels for each story to progressively build reading and phonics skills. My daughter loves using her InnoTab to record herself reading. The vocabulary words even change as the levels get harder! Plus there are fun games that teach writing, rhyming, phonics, reading comprehension and more! How fun it is to rhyme with little pig while he builds his house. My girl is all about princesses, so Help the Princess is her favorite game. My five-year-old is so proud of her new ability to read; this game is fun and gives her confidence while she is practicing her reading skills.
You can’t go wrong with VTech Innotab and the many great educational and fun games available!