Competitions / 1 November, 2022 / My Baba

WIN! £100 Voucher For Edx Education – TWO Up For Grabs!

It’s Chriiiiistmas! Next up in our 12 Days of Christmas competition bonanza we’re giving away £100 to spend at EDX Education for two winners!

Educational toy competition

Edx Education is a world-leading educational toy brand and are experts in ‘learning through play’, one of the most effective forms of teaching in the early years, both in the classroom and at home.

Numerous studies have shown that children who have been taught through play-based learning have a more positive attitude to learning, a wider vocabulary and advanced problem-solving, lateral thinking and analytical skills compared to children who have been taught in traditional direct-instruction approaches.

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