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Tablets - Been There

Eric Klopfer
I’ve been there. I’ve been that guy in the store with his kid holding the $500 tablet with a broken screen. Kids (and mine are certainly no exception) love to play with the large touch sensitive screens of tablets. It is an intuitive way for them to interact with digital content. And it is fun too. While these devices may not be as fragile, either digitally or physically, as they once were these are still devices made primarily for older, and hopefully more responsible, kids and adults. Read all ►

An Educational Holiday Countdown

Deborah Sharp Libby
In the midst of the holiday rush, finding the perfect present in the children’s toys aisle can be overwhelming and particularly challenging. Just remember that it is always important to include a few toys with enduring educational properties in your shopping cart. Let these tips guide your holiday toy selections! Read all ►

Toys that Stand the Test of Time

Lise Eliot
Some things never go out of fashion. For generations, babies have been happily diverted by toy activity centers—sturdy panels with an explosion of colorful, easy-to-move buttons, knobs, wheels, and sliders that make interesting sounds or change pictures when a baby handles them. VTech’s new version of this classic toy, the action-packed Alphabet Activity Cube, is sure to fascinate any curious infant or toddler. Read all ►

Games are Good

Eric Klopfer
Think about what good learning looks like for your child. The image probably conjures up pictures where they are engaged, focused, and sometimes frustrated; other times overjoyed, and always immersed in what they are doing. Now think about what it looks like when your child is playing a good game. Those same characteristics are present. That’s because in many ways the play patterns that games evoke parallel the way that we learn. This similarity is what makes games such a powerful medium for learning. Read all ►

One Small Step for Baby Kind

Lise Eliot
If there’s one thing parents notice most about their baby’s development, it is the remarkably rapid emergence of motor skills. Imagine starting out as a helpless little slugger, all kicks and jabs, but without the strength or control to even roll over in your crib! And yet, by just one year of age, most infants are able to walk independently—a feat of coordination, strength, and agility that is light years ahead of where they started at birth. How do they do it? Read all ►

Early Reading Building Blocks

Deborah Sharp Libby
How can I best support my child’s literacy development? This is a question many parents contemplate. Studies show that children need to be immersed in a print rich environment and involved in a variety of meaningful and enjoyable literacy experiences. Reading researchers and early childhood experts agree that these experiences are essential in supporting children’s early reading development. Adult support also plays an important role. Ensuring that children enjoy some type of daily literacy experience is something everyone can do. Here are a few early reading building blocks parents can put into action at home. Read all ►
Meet VTech's Expert Panel
Deborah Sharp Libby
Early Childhood Language and Reading Expert
Eric Klopfer
Platform Learning Expert
Lise Eliot
Early Childhood Mental Development Expert
Helen Boehm
Psychologist, Author, and Parenting Resource Expert
Carla C. Johnson
Science and STEM Expert
Francis (Skip) Fennell
Mathematics Expert