Teach My Toddler Learning Kit + Giveaway

 I wrote this post on behalf of Teach My.  Mama to 5 Blessings received Teach My Learning Sets in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in anyway. 



Teach My is an award-winning all-in-one learning kits for babies, toddlers and preschoolers. No need to spend hundreds of dollars going to several stores buying individual teaching tools, Teach My kits provide everything necessary for learning the basics, all in a portable and steerable case.   


My kids and I have been huge Teach My fans for the past few years as we have used Teach My Baby Learning Kit,  Teach My Preschooler Learning Kit  and the Geography, Telling Time, Solar System and Animal Kits in our homeschooling lessons.  These kits range from baby to preschool.  


 Teach My toddler


We have recently added the Teach My Toddler Kit  to our homeschool area.  This kit is specially designed for toddlers 18 months+.  This wonderful kit that has everything to give your toddler a head start and teach the basics. Teach My Toddler is divided into four sections; The Alphabet, Numbers, Shapes and Colors. The teaching tools are fully coordinated to encourage repetition and interaction. Teach My Toddler is designed around the concept of matching, which is a key pre-reading skill!


teach my toddler alphabet



The Alphabet

Numbers to 10



 teach my toddler colors


My little ones like this kit because they are tailored for them. Everything is hands on so little ones do not get bored.  They like all the foam puzzles that go with each theme best. First we look at the board books for the theme and then he does the puzzle that goes with the book. Plus each theme includes flashcards, full size posters and a teaching guide to continue learning. My son has learned so much using these items.


Plus kids can learn on the go too because all of the wonderful materials fit in a nice durable storage case!  I love these sets not only because they are unique and hold my kids attention while learning but they are durable and if you are like me with several children that is important so that I can pass them on to the next child and teach them too!  What methods are you using to teach your little ones?


The Teach My Toddler is available for $39.99 and can be purchased directly from their web-site or Toys R Us. 


Teach My is generously offering one of my readers the Teach My Toddler set.  You can enter to win  by entering on the below Rafflecopter form to enter for a chance to win.  Please let me know if you have any questions.  Open to the US, ages 18+ 


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 I wrote this post on behalf of Teach My.  Mama to 5 Blessings received Teach My Learning Sets in exchange for an honest review. This is not a sponsored review and all views and opinions are of my own and were not influenced in anyway.      Mama to 5 Blessings is disclosing this in accordance with the Federal Trade Commissions 16 CFR, Part 255 Guides Concerning the Use of Endorsements and Testimonials in Advertising.     


  1. Michelle S. says:

    He’s very young so I’m currently just using repetition.

  2. I currently use a variety of online websites to get my lesson plans together for the children…including Brightly Beaming Preparatory Curriculum, but this means I have to get all of the manipulatives together myself. I would love to have a kit like this to use with the children.

  3. My son is almost 18 months. He learns best by being read to, having things pointed at, sign language, and repetition.

  4. We right now are just using books to learn colors, numbers, etc.

  5. We use alphabet magnets for my twin toddler boys, but could really use a kit like this!

  6. We read books, Talk, and count objects, etc.

  7. Trisha Burgess says:

    Right now we are just learning through repeating and association of every day words and letters!!

  8. Lots of reading, educational toys and apps.

  9. Rebecca Xavier says:

    I have been using workbooks.

  10. Robin (Masshole Mommy) says:

    What a fantastic resource that is. I want to get one for my SIL to teach my niece!

  11. Terry Maigi says:

    Right now, we are learning through tracing, copying, recognition and listening to me read to her

  12. Darlene Owen says:

    We use flash cards

  13. This is adorable and looks like so much fun! We do a lot of reading, flashcards, puzzles, etc.

  14. dvds

  15. Linda Madden says:

    My grandson is doing really good with flash cards that I’ve made up.

  16. My son learns bestbby incorporating play into our learning activities. Thanks for this giveaway!

  17. Lisa Coomer Queen says:

    Right now my grandson is learning a lot from his older brother and sister. We are teaching him colors with flash cards and reading to him a lot.

  18. Right now I don’t have a lot for my 4 year old, we’ve mainly been using miscellaneous printable from the internet. I’d love to have something more comprehensive!

  19. Shannon Baas says:

    By showing how to do things in a fun way.

  20. We read books and use every day household items to introduce concepts.

  21. Marcia Goss says:

    My grandson is 18 months old. We look at books with colorful pictures and we point at things he knows, like dog and cat.

  22. Jodi Kershuk says:

    We are using bright colored books, flash cards and sidewalk chalk. Sounds silly, but I can get my kids interested in anything with chalk.

  23. Cynthia C says:

    I read a lot to my great-niece. She loves story books and we talk about the pictures.

  24. Cynthia C says:

    I read a lot to my little great-niece. She likes story books and we talk about the pictures.

  25. mickeyfan says:

    I read to them. And they naturally love puzzles so we add those in too. They are just tiny little sponges, aren’t they?

  26. We use books, flashcards and some apps (more often when “on the go”). We also do a lot of learning through art and craft projects.

  27. I don’t follow any method I just talk to my son a lot and try to incorporate learning into playtime.

  28. We do a lot of hands on discovery play and some learning with songs.

  29. We do a lot of online educational sites. There are some great ones out there

  30. we use baby Einstein products

  31. Right now we are using mostly flash card sets.

  32. I use hands on activities such as file folder games.

  33. EMMA L HORTON says:


  34. Stephanie Larison says:

    We do a lot of flashcards and reading. She loves books so it’s fun for her.

  35. Birdie Skolfield says:

    we use computer app ABC Mouse

  36. I have several tools that I have found on the internet. I kind of let my daughter lead me with what she wants to learn… if she has interest in something, I help her learn more about it!

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