Toys That Encourage Talking

The process of language development starts at home, and it can be fun, too. We found great toys that teach little ones how to talk and help expand their vocabulary. Check out our picks to find the perfect one for your child.

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ReMARKable Smart Talk Charts

ReMARKable Smart Talk Charts

Keep your kiddo guessing. As your child is learning new words, Smart Talk Charts will teach her everything from animals and people to school and community vocabulary. The full-color charts have labeled photos and feature a blank back page for kids to work on identifying the images on their own.

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V.Smile Baby Infant Development System

V.Smile Baby Infant Development System

Make the TV an educational tool. The Infant Baby Development System connects wirelessly to a TV monitor to provide interactive games. It features Baby Sign Language to begin language development through teaching Baby five different signs. The games also help teach colors, numbers, sounds, animals, music, and shapes.

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ABC Chalk-Talk

ABC Chalk-Talk

This isn't your average chalkboard. Hang up the ABC Chalk-Talk and let your child use the hand pointer to set off touch sensors educating her about the alphabet, letter sounds, numbers, colors, shapes, and simple spelling. She can write on the double-sided chalkboard, too, to play school with siblings or friends.

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Jump 'N' Jam Jungle Talking Floor Mar

Jump 'N' Jam Jungle Talking Floor Mar

Let them jump into learning. Your little one can jump around and play five separate games to get to know colors, shapes, and animal sounds. The Jump 'N' Jam Jungle floor mat features sound effects and music with fun games, so kids work on both their motor skills and reasoning.

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Touch & Learn Story-time

Touch & Learn Story-time

Make story-time interactive. The Touch & Learn Story-time kit comes with four interchangeable books and a "magical pointer" that sets off sounds and melodies. Your baby will be delighted as she becomes familiar with numbers, colors, and shapes. After reading the stories, Baby can touch sensors on each page to play a fun question and answer game.

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Talk Teach Transport

Talk Teach Transport

Let toys do the talking. This talking truck asks children to place four toy cars on its ramp based on the cars' colors and locations. Your child will learn colors and numbers through responding to Talk Teach Transport's questions and helpful phrases like "Let's learn how to count!"

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