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Early Learning Centre Toys

From colourful and challenging building games to bath toys, imaginative playsets, sensory toys and even super-soft teddies, the Early Learning Centre boasts an incredible display of developmental toys for your little one that can easily picked up from our online shelves at OnBuy. With toys designed for newborns up to children above the age of four, there's something for everyone!

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About Early Learning Centre Toys

Established in 1974 by John Beale, the Early Learning Centre has always strived to create inspiring and supportive children's toys to ensure your little one is not only entertained by their imaginative creations, but also developed by them. Now a trusted and beloved household name when it comes to their array of children's toys, our online selection of Early Learning Centre toys is simply overflowing with fantastic models suitable for a wide range of ages.

Whether you have a newborn baby or your little one is not so little anymore, the perfect Early Learning Centre toy is just waiting to be picked up from our online shelves! So, which Early Learning Centre toy is suitable for your child? Carry on reading to discover more toy types and age-specific toys that can help your child to learn, grow, and most importantly - have some fun!

Which Early Learning Centre toys are suitable for babies?

Suitable for even the tiniest tots, the Early Learning Centre has created an extensive range of toys to nurture newborns to three-month-olds. As they begin to make sense of the world around them, it's important that your precious baby is exposed to sights, sounds, and textures that'll encourage them to become curious about the world as all their senses are stimulated. As a result, they've created plenty of Early Learning Centre toys that have been specially designed to awaken these senses as they begin to familiarise themselves with this world.

Their impressive selection includes everything from soft and easy to clean play mats that allow your little one to scope out the surrounding area, as well as chunky, sensory toys that they can safely touch and grab while improving their hand-eye coordination and motor skills. Not to mention, there's also an abundance of creative books, super-soft teddies, and cot mobiles that'll send your little angel into a wonderful dream and ensure bedtime is no longer a nightmare for you!

Picking the perfect Early Learning Centre toy for a toddler

However, it's not just tiny babies that the Early Learning Centre creates their fantastic toys for, oh no! They also boast an extensive range of toddler-friendly toys that build on their initial development as they enter the 'terrible twos'. For the age range of two to three-year-olds, the Early Learning Centre features a host of creative and roleplaying toys that can spark the imagination of your budding learner.

From colourful and captivating dress up sets that allow your mischief-maker to effortlessly transform into their aspired profession, to arts and crafts set that'll bring out the inner artist within any child, the Early Learning Centre expands upon their baby-friendly selection to focus on more creative aspects of a child's development. This extensive toddler range is also completed by a collection of trampolines, balls, bikes that aim to improve their physical strength, alongside igniting their passion for fun and their imagination - what more could you want from a toy?

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