I’ve reviewed Learning Curve’s baby/toddler products in the past and had a very positive experience, so I’m pleased to be featuring them again with another review and giveaway! Learning Curve has a wide array of exciting toys out right now, the most popular being the Super Why toys, Daisy Greenway, and Thomas and Friends Railway.
Thanks to Learning Curve, I was able to review both the Daisy Greenway Camper with a couple of Caring Corners sets included and the Touch and Learn Super Duper Computer!

Caring Corners Toys (Ages 3 and up):

The Daisy Greenway Interactive Camper is part of the Caring Corners toy set which includes an interactive talking doll house and various extremely cute, poseable doll family members. Caring Corners toys are said to encourage caring, sharing, and responsibility – encouraging recycling and caring for our planet, and care for each other. I found the toys to be cute and very detailed.

The Daisy Greenway Interactive Camper is perfect for this nice family to go on vacation in! There is room for everyone, even all the pets (the dog has his own pull-out bed in a little cabinet)! There are many features to this portable home on wheels including:

  • A pull-out cabin
  • Bunk beds
  • Movable slide
  • A bathroom (The toilet even has a lid that opens and closes! Teach children to close the toilet seat, haha!)
  • A kitchen
  • Pet feeding station
  • Flip-down grill
  • Removable captain’s chairs (the drivers seats)
  • Bumper stickers and other stickers that children can decorate their camper with.
  • Press the camper steering wheel horn to hear fun songs and sounds.

You can view a great demo at the Learning Curve website to hear the sounds and see more details.

The doll sets I received were the following two:

I think these are some of the cutest doll sets I’ve ever come across, and for sure the most detailed. In the first set, a little girl takes care of wounded animals. It includes bandaged creatures along with a first aid kit and the girl. The second set includes the bunnies, baby, and a little swing. There are many other toys and parts that can all go in the doll house and the camper.

My Thoughts:

I think the whole Caring Corners line is adorable and a lot of fun. I’d say that children ages four and up will enjoy this more than the toddler stage. My daughter likes to push the camper around and loves to listen to the music and watch the camper headlights light up when she pushes the button on the steering wheel. I know that I would have loved this as a child and am sure that older children would enjoy it even more than my toddler. Oh, and the camper is a lot bigger than I expected, which is very cool. Take a look at Emma… it was so big she thought it was a ride-on toy! (I don’t actually recommend using the camper for this, by the way.)

What I’m not sure I like: The fact that the tiny horn has to be pushed to make all the sounds. I don’t like having to stick my hand in the window of the camper to push the button. Course I have big people hands… ;-) It is a cute feature, though. I do like that the eyes/headlights light up when you hit the horn.

Buy it!

Find a retailer selling Caring Corners toys near you by visiting the Learning Curve website. Buy the Interactive Camper value pack (including camper and three doll sets) online at the Learning Curve Shop for only $49.99 ($65 value) right now! This is the best deal I’ve found.

“Super Why” Touch and Learn Super Duper Computer:

Now this is the toy that really got my daughter’s attention. We watch Super Why on PBS almost every morning and it’s an excellent cartoon that teaches spelling, letter recognition, and reading comprehension. The same theme song plays on this computer and she learns the same thing. Also, she sees her daddy and mommy on the computer a LOT so having her own is an extra special treat. But hers is even better than the big computer – hers has a touch screen, is portable, and contains interactive stories! I’m really surprised at how fast she caught on to how this computer works. She knows to use the little pen attached to the computer to touch a character on the screen and go to the next level. She knows which button turns the computer on and off. She loves it!

What I love about it: The fact that it is a learning laptop, not just a pretend computer toy. It contains over 35 games. “The Touch & Learn Super Duper Computer helps teach alphabet skills, reading comprehension, word families, rhyming, letter sounds, spelling, phonics, problem-solving and fine and gross motor skills. It also features a grow-with-me curriculum which makes it appropriate for all skill levels!”

What I don’t love about it: Actually, I have nothing to say that isn’t positive! Except that the screen is a little hard to see in certain lights. It’s best to have it face a good light source when your little one is using it.

How it works: I think a video demo would be the best way to tell you. See video below embedded in post:

In conclusion: I highly recommend it!

Buy it!

Enter your zip code under Where to Buy at the Learning Curve website to find a retailer near you. Alternatively, you can buy the Super Duper Computer direct from the Learning Curve Shop for only $34.99 right now!

Learning Curve wants to give away a Daisy Greenway Interactive Camper and a Caring Corners Doll Pack to one lucky winner!
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