Teach My Learning Kits for Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers #FMEGifts2015 #Giveaway

Last Updated on December 30, 2015


**This is last years gift guide review – republished**

Last year I had the pleasure of being introduced to Teach My learning kits and did a review with Keira of the Baby kit. These kits are award winning all-in-one learning kits containing a variety of different activities that allow you to Bond. Teach. Play… 20 minutes a day.

Please check out last years Teach My Baby review for more background on the Teach My Kits and a full review of the Teach My Baby learning kit.  This year I will focus on the Teach my Toddler Kit since that is the most appropriate for Keira who is now almost 3 years old.  I have included pictures and descriptions of the Teach My Preschooler kit but she isn’t quite ready for a more hands on review.

Teach My Toddler

The three learning kits each come in their own sturdy portable cases.   The kits are broken down into self contained resealable sections organized by subject.  This definitely helps to keep the kits organized.  Now that we have had the Teach My Baby kit for a pretty long time I am quite impressed with the entire system.  The portable case is still in great shape despite Keira constantly dragging it around with her.  

The kits also contain a teaching guide with tips and ideas on how to best use the kit with your child.

The Teach My Toddler learning kit has everything you need to give your toddler a head start and teach the basics. Teach My Toddler is divided into four sections; The Alphabet, Numbers to 10, Shapes and Colours.   It is appropriate for kids aged 18-36 Months.

Each section in the kits come with a variety of different tools to work with your child that encourage repetition interaction.   Each section is also sold separately.

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The Alphabet section teaches toddlers the 26 letters of the alphabet – both uppercase and lowercase letters.  This sections includes a board book, poster, 4 foam puzzles and 26 flashcards.

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Keira loved the puzzles included in each section of the Teach My Toddler kit.  I like to encourage conversation about the letters as she has fun getting them to fit.  Keira is already pretty good with recognizing some letters but not so much with others so this has already been a big help, especially with the awesome poster, board book and flash cards included.


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Teach My Toddler Numbers 1 to 10 introduces toddlers to counting and number recognition with a board book, poster, puzzle and ten flashcards.  Keira has already mastered counting to 13 and will often notice pairs of things and joyfully shout out “Mommy, two lights!” or “Mommy, two red cars!” However, I never realized that she didn’t know what written numbers looked like, so that is what we are working on with this kit which makes it fun and easy for us to work on.

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The Shapes section is hands down Keira’s most favourite section, although that is likely because she finds it the easiest.  I love that this section goes beyond basic shapes and includes ovals, octagons and more.  Keira loves to point out circles, squares, triangles, stars and hearts but she didn’t know the others as well.  Teaching her more shapes was easy with the board book, the puzzle, the poster and the flashcards all of which help develop her spatial thinking as well as math skills.Teach My Learning Kits for Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers #FMEGifts14Again, her favourite part of the kit is the puzzle.  It is a great way to talk about shapes and their names and how to recognize them, especially when you have the poster pulled out at the same time to provide a little repetition.

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The Colours section teaches toddlers 9 common colours with the use of a board book, poster, puzzle and nine flashcards.  It is available with both Canadian and American spelling which is pretty nice as we Canadians usually have to settle on American spelling when it comes to many teaching tools.  (Which is a little confusing for children!)


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The flashcards included in each kit are pretty smart and include visual as well as written sides.  The visual is obviously for the child with the written word for the parent.   They are a nice way to reinforce the concept and test that your child is “getting it”.


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Again the colours section includes a foam puzzle.  I really like how this one is setup with the coloured crayons to match up with the colour splotches.  A lot of the time I find that colour learning books and tools are put together in a confusing fashion showing purple grapes, red strawberries etc..  I often think that setting it up in that way – different colours and different objects – has to be at least a little bit confusing for a learning child.  It just makes more sense to have it setup this way so I was quite impressed with the thought put into this section.

teach my preschooler

Teach My Preschooler is the multi award-winning all-in-one learning kit for preschoolers age 3 years+.  Requiring no screens, the kit has everything for teaching preschoolers the basics. Teach My Preschooler is divided into four sections: Reading, Printing, Numbers to 100, Adding and Subtracting. Developed with education consultant, Judith Rowlands, M Ed., Teach My Preschooler is designed to give preschoolers a head start, develop fine motor skills, encourage parent/child interaction and increase school readiness skills.

Teach My Preschooler

The Printing sections offers a head start in how to print both numbers 1 to 100 and letters in uppercase & lowercase letters. Use the magic drawing board, the print guide and the transparencies together to teach preschoolers in a fun and educational way.

Teach My Preschooler

The Numbers 1 to 100 section offers a head start in counting and number recognition up  to 100.  Use the coordinated book, poster, flashcards and foam numbers together to master counting skills and enjoy fun, educational play. The set has everything to teach preschoolers numeracy skills and counting with numbers.

Teach My Preschooler

The Reading section offers a head start in learning how to read with a focus on letter sounds, reading aloud and 60 vocabulary words! Use the 10 step reading system, the flashcards, the flashcard holder and the reward tin to teach a child to read.  

Teach My Preschooler

The Math section offers a head start in adding and subtracting from 0-5.Use the flip books, poster, foam counters and foam numbers together to master early math skills and enjoy fun, educational play. The set has everything to teach preschoolers math and give a head start!


Buy it:

Teach My Learning Kits are available to purchase at Walmart.ca, Staples.ca, Indigo.ca, Toysrus.ca and Mastermind Toys as well as through Teach My! directly, starting at just $14.95.


Win it:

Enter to win Teach My Baby, Teach My Toddler or Teach My Preschooler!  Three winners will be selected in total, one winner for each of the kits.  I cannot guarantee your choice of kit but will do my best to accommodate.  This giveaway is open to residents of Canada and the USA. Giveaway ends on November 24th at 11:59 pm EST.  Shipping of prize is NOT guaranteed in time for Christmas.  See Giveaway Tools form for entry and T&C.



 Disclosure: I received the above mentioned product in order to facilitate this review.  All thoughts and opinions are honest and my own.


188 thoughts on “Teach My Learning Kits for Babies, Toddlers and Preschoolers #FMEGifts2015 #Giveaway

  1. I would choose Teaching My Preschooler. I have a daughter in Jk, a 2 year old and a new baby coming in December. If I had teaching my preschooler, it could be used for all three of them eventually.

  2. I would choose Teach My Preschooler. This package is a great resource for parents looking to help teach their child Reading, Printing, Numbers to 100, Adding and Subtracting. Would love for my son and I to use it together.

  3. I’d love the baby kit! I’m expecting and would would love to have some tools to help fuel my little one’s learning!

  4. Teach my Preschooler. We’re trying to prep for school next September and I think this would help. As it is now, one of us gets frustrated and no one is learning anything that way

  5. I’d be happy with any of the three, as my kids are 8 months and 2.5, so the baby one would be great for my younger and either toddler or preschooler would be great for my elder πŸ™‚

  6. If I could I would choose all three for my daughters to help my grandbabies. I have 3 grandchildren 3 1/2 years and under. 1 on the way. But I guess I would have to choose Teach My Toddler because that one would probably fit best.

  7. Wow, what a great #giveaway! I would love them all, but I would have to pick the alphabet one. This would totally help me out as an english language learner kindergarten teacher!! thanks so much!

  8. I would choose the toddler edition. As a homeschooler, it would be great to have something special just for Jr during school times. This looks like a great tool! πŸ˜€ Thanks for sharing.

  9. I would choose Toddler. Any one would be great. We have a lot of little ones in our family and one on the way. If I won I will be giving it to one of them.

  10. I have a child in each category so it’s hard to say. However, if I had to choose one, I’d choose Teach My Toddler as my middle son is beginning to be super curious about everything.

  11. I would love ANY of them , as I’m an infant & toddler teacher at a preschool … but if I HAD to choose, i GUESS I’d choose preschooler

  12. I would definitely chose Teach My Toddler as my little guy is 29 months old. Thanks for the great giveaway.

  13. These look so cool! I would prefer the Teach my Preschool for my 3 year old, but I also have a 1 year old so teach my baby or toddler would be used by her too.

  14. I would probably choose Teach My Toddler. I would love Teach My Preschooler as a second choice though. I have both a toddler and a preschooler right now!

  15. I would like the Teach my Toddler kit as my daughter is planning to open up a day care in her area. I just want to help her out by donating it to her.

  16. i would choose the baby kit. im a full time college student raising my 3 month old son with the help of my husband. im fortunate enough to take my classes online so ill be able to homeschool my son. yay! this would help him get off to a good start.

  17. I LOVE the Teach My Preschooler Learning Kit!! I like how it is everything for encouraging reading for kids and teaching preschoolers the basics.

  18. I like that there are 3 different bath time learning sets. It isn’t often that you can find educational bath toys, I feel these would be better than the standard bath foam letters and numbers, encouraging learning activities while playing and getting clean in the tub πŸ™‚ good way to make learning fun

  19. This is a super cool product! I like their catchphrase, bond, teach, play, 20 minutes a day! Everyone can squeeze 20 minutes in to play with this product!

  20. I actually have one of these kits for my daughter ! oh boy did this help my daughter to learn her ABC’s and 123’s. we found out recently she has autism and usually they have difficulty learning/saying their ABC’s etc but our daughter has been doing it from age 2 and I thank this kit for that. Would love to try and win one for my niece to help her grow and develop. these kits are brilliant

  21. I love the Teach My Baby Learning Kit – Deluxe Version, now that I am babysitting my youngest granddaughter through the week this would be awesome to do for both us, so we don’t get bored of one another!!

  22. These are very nice, I’ve never heard of a bathtime learning set before. I did get something along these lines for my grandson – all about animals, touch different textures, numbers and so on. He loved it.

  23. I like that you can purchase the kits at local stores like Walmart- as I like to look at presents before I purchase.

  24. I learned that their aim is to encourage early learning, parent child interaction, self-esteem and help children to develop fine motor skills and excellent hand eye coordination.

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