Find toys based on key developmental skills
Start developing this interaction skill early both solo or with a buddy, which can help teach the concept of "taking turns."
Books, games and toys that show a range of emotions will help kids understand and feel comfortable expressing their feelings.
Sensory Motor Development
Each individual sensory skill is important, but it’s also crucial to find toys to help kids bring all them together in an organized and coordinated way.
Communication, Speech & Language
Communication and expression can be developed through toys that feature playful songs or focus on numbers and vocabulary.
The more fun you can feed a growing mind, the better. Thankfully, Target carries loads of fun learning toys to help hungry little minds develop. For starters, there’s the much-loved LeapFrog. At Target, you’ll find all the best stuff from them: LeapFrog software and loads of learning books along with superstar systems like Leapster Explorer, My Own Leaptop, Tag Reading, Text & Learn, LeapPad and more. And there’s even more to learn with VTech toys and systems like VTech Touch, ABC Text & Go, MobiGo Touch, InnoTab Learning App Tablet and V.Reader Interactive E-Reading. Kids’ tablets are a great learning tool, but high tech isn’t the only way to go. For your little one’s very beginning stages, sometimes just getting a move on is what’s needed. We offer a big assortment of crawling toys, push toys and pull toys, all of which, of course, are super cute. You can also find the best musical toys around, and our colorful sorting toys are a great way to help little ones learn what fits where and why. So just to reiterate, Target offers loads upon loads of learning toys in all shapes and sizes. We’ve learned that it’s the smart thing to do.