Toys for Preschoolers School Year's Resolutions: Toys for Preschoolers by Moms Aug 19 2009 1 All Around Art Tower What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Foster creativity outside of school, with an art table that keeps all of the tools your lil one needs within their reach. The All Around Art Tower ($80) accommodates several children, has bins for art supplies and a drying rack to showcase their latest masterpieces. Bugsby Reading System What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! The VTech Bugsby Reading System ($30) helps preschoolers build their love of reading by helping them learn phonics and early word recognition. Place the cute bug pointer on the words and Bugsby says the words aloud. Place the pointer on the bottom of the page and he will read the whole page to your tot. The system comes with one book and some of your lil one's favorite characters are available in books available for purchase separately. Deep Into the Forest What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Help develop their fine motor and storytelling skills with Kid O's Deep Into the Forest ($48) a wooden storyboard with a variety of animals and foliage pieces that can be placed against Summer or Winter backdrops. Scatterpillar Scramble What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! Hasbro's Scatterpillar Scramble ($20) works on lil one's fine motor skills, as they carefully place marbles on one of the squirming centipede's hands. With fun music and varying levels of play, the game will keep hands busy for long stretches of time. Super WHY! Magic Wand What’s Your Reaction? Share this reaction with your friends! One of the most popular shows on PBS, Super WHY! is a great introduction to reading for preschool-aged kids. The newly launched line of toys that support the show are equally as intriguing. The Princess Presto Wave & Learn Magic Spelling Wand ($10) helps teach phonics, spelling and problem solving to curious kids.