At Casey's Toys we know that each child is unique and each will need a different approach in order to help them learn important skills. Our range of Workbooks and flashcards are ideal for kids who enjoy visual learning. Furthermore their bright colours and wonderful illustrations will help any child focus on what is trying to be taught which increases the likelihood of a successful lesson. Our range includes books which teach reading, counting, basic words, maths and critical thinking. 

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Going back to different learning styles, this one is common among kids and parents: visual learning. Visual learners prefer pictures, doodles, and any other visual presentations. They learn best when they see what is being taught, when their visual senses are engaged. Let's take a toddler who's just starting to learn the animals or fruits. Oftentimes when parents notice that the child is already interested in learning such things, the first tool that comes to their minds are charts or flashcards. Kids are naturally drawn to anything fun, colourful, and familiar. Companies who manufacture visual learning tools like these know that children will learn easier if the examples they see on flashcards and charts are things they see everyday.

At Casey's Toys, we want you to get your hands only on the best learning tools for kids. We curated the most efficient design of flashcards and charts for children who are starting to learn the numbers, alphabet, time, and other basic knowledge. We believe that learning is fun, so we looked for the most fun learning tools that are extremely educational as well. Starting with the lessons about the alphabet, you can get the Single Sounds Are Fun Poster. Each letter is represented by cute illustrations that kids can easily remember. A for apple, B for bear, C for crocodile. You get the idea. Kids will surely be hooked to learn about the letters and memorise them in no time. Enhancing the memory is just one of the effects, what's more important is that kids understand an important lesson that they will need until their adulthood. Another fun poster is Numbers Are Fun. You can use it to teach kids to count from 0 to 20. 1 hippo, 2 whales, 3 elephants. How cute is that?

Even as kids get a little bit older, there are posters available for them. Double Sounds Are Fun Poster is for learning words like chicken, shark, three, and other words associated with the double consonants. There is also a poster that teaches descriptive words for every letter in the alphabet. A for active, B for bright, C for clever. There's also a poster with numbers from 0-99, with the multiplication table, for telling time.

If you would like something that is more handy and can be carried anywhere, flashcards would be perfect for you. Again, there are sets for learning the alphabet, learning to count, learning to multiply. learning to add, and so much more. What's great about flashcards? It's a great tool for parents or educators to teach children in an entertaining way. Flashcards help kids think quickly. It helps them validate their knowledge of something. Even if a single flashcard only provides a tiny bit of information, it will still be immensely valuable because it is part of an even broader knowledge. When combined together, small details found in flashcards, and even in posters, will be helpful to children's everyday lives. Learning how to add, to tell time, to write the letters through posters and flashcards: those skills are used everyday. The earlier kids get to know about those, the better. And if visual learning is their learning style, parents should be more supportive of that.

Another learning style is learning by reading and writing, or learning by doing. Remember the time you learned how to ride a bike? On your first try, you were still scared because you still did not know how to operate it. By looking at it you knew what you had to do, but you were not sure of how to execute that knowledge. And so you tried taking it out for a ride. You fell, tripped, and got hurt but by continuous practice you got better. Is that right? It's the same thing with kids who are still not sure of how they can absorb what is being taught to them. Maybe you already started showing them flashcards and posters of the alphabet. At that moment, it seems like your child understands it. But then on your next lesson about letters, it's all forgotten. Don't worry. Some kids learn best when they are actively engaged in the lessons. That is why workbooks are great learning tools. By using these, kids become more interested. They learn the lessons better because they get to experience it firsthand.

Check out the different workbooks, posters, and flashcards available on our website.