While wooden baby blocks in English used to be the standard baby toy, today’s babies need to get with the game and pick up a foreign language or two to compete in this dog-eat-dog world. Geeky babies will get a head start in training for their future survival when they play with Foreign Language Baby Blocks.
Sure, it may seem excessive and cruel to complicate a baby’s world with foreign blocks. But it’s much easier to learn foreign languages earlier rather than later. It’s going to pay off in the long-run.
Foreign Language Alphabet Blocks
In today’s world, it’s not enough to know one language. Help your children become global citizens with these high-quality, handcrafted wood blocks. Made in Michigan from kiln-dried basswood, colored with nontoxic, child-safe inks, blocks have embossed sides and beveled edges. Each set includes 24-32 blocks (alphabets, numerals, and animal pictures), each 1 3/4″.
Specify Arabic, Chinese, Danish, Dutch, French, German, Greek, Hebrew, Italian, Norwegian, Polish, Russian, Spanish, Swedish, Japanese, or Korean.
When baby is not learning letters and numbers, they can hone their engineering skills by stacking the blocks in sturdy configurations. Some babies might enjoy demolishing their block towers, but at least your money won’t be completely wasted. Just like Lego blocks, wooden blocks are timeless and are fun to play with at any age and any IQ.
Foreign Language Baby Blocks come in 13 different languages and English is not among them. One set of blocks are $39.95 at SkyMall.com.
Meanwhile, there are some other fun geeky items for your bundle of joy. You can still teach your baby the English alphabet with the My Little Geek ABC Book. Then, when your baby is ready to learn a little programming, there’s the CSS for Babies Book. For baby’s downtime, you can rock him to bed with the touching Darth Vader and Son Book. And be sure to have plenty of onesies on hand, like this Math Geek Baby Onesie.