Paw Patrol Ryder’s Alphabet Pad Review

I don’t think I know any child that doesn’t like Paw Patrol. It seems to be one of those children’s tv shows that everyone loves and with a good tv show comes toys. We recieved a Paw Patrol Ryder’s Alphabet Pad to review and this is what we thought.

As a parent, I love it when a well known children’s tv show creates educational toys as well as fun and exciting toys for children. Having that educational aspect of the toy means that your children are learning while also playing. They don’t realise that they are learning important information while playing with their new toy.

The Paw Patrol Alphabet Pad is very much like this. It encourages fine motor skills and letter recognition which its large letters and Paw Patrol themed photos on the Pad. Ryder is on the corner of the pad and he lights up when your child plays. The volume of the pad can be controlled too which I think is a great feature.

The main feature of this toy is that it teaches your child all about letters and reading while also being fun for them. The Paw Patrol Alphabet Pad is great for encouraging listening and communication too as Ryder asks questions and it can be used to show your child new letters and words.

Elsa loves learning about letters and she really enjoys reading and writing. She played with the pad different to how Cleo played with it. Cleo doesn’t know letters and she struggles with communication. Elsa was playing the games that the Alphabet Pad has, she had to find letters and words when Ryder asked. Cleo on the other hand, learnt new words and learnt how to sound certain letters out. Which is great for when she starts school next year.

The Paw Patrol Alphabet Pad is great for young children and older children that maybe struggle with letters and words.

It is priced at £18 and is available from Argos.

Disclaimer- we were kindly gifted this in exchange for a blog post

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