The best educational toys make learning fun. Whether they’re teaching your child about colours, numbers, shapes or words – or even construction, coding robotics and fine art – these toys ensure there’s real pleasure and play value to be had. Here’s our pick of the best of the bunch. 1. Fisher-Price Code-a-Pillar: £39.99, Amazon
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