- Learning Express Toys has its own form of gift registry called the Birthday Box. Items in the box are offered at an automatic discount.
- Autism Speaks and Learning Express Toys partnered to raise funds for the non-profit that is dedicated to supporting people with autism.
- Learning Express Toys was founded in 1987 and has over 140 locations across the country. Each store is locally owned and operated.
- Learning Express Toys stores are designed to be fun, interactive places. Staff members will demonstrate products by playing them with you and your child.
- In 2014, a Learning Express Toys store in New Jersey donated 750 Rainbow Loom Kits and 1,000 band refill packs to Super Baskets of Hope.
How to Redeem a Coupon Code at LearningExpress.com
After selecting the items that you wish to purchase, proceed to the Shopping Cart. In the box marked Discount Codes, enter your code and press Apply Coupon. If everything looks correct, click on the green CHECKOUT button.
If you already have an account, you may log in with your email address and password on the Checkout screen. If you do not have an account, you may choose to either Checkout as Guest or Register. Registration is free and easy. Simply fill in your name, email and mailing address, and telephone number, and choose a password. If you are on a private computer, you can choose to Remember Me. Then click on the green Continue button.
Choose your shipping method and if you would like your item(s) gift-wrapped. Click Continue to enter your Payment Information. After you click on Continue, you have a chance to review your order before completing the transaction.
Learning Express Toys Outlet/Clearance
While Learning Express Toys does not have an Outlet store, they do have a section called "Special Offers at Learning Express Toys Online." Here you will find a variety of items at discounted prices. You may also find items that include a free gift with purchase, or special offers such as Buy 1 Get 1 Free.
Learning Express Toys Review
With growing concern about how much screen time kids have, educational toys, especially low-tech toys, are experiencing growing popularity. More stores are focusing on providing specialty toys that don't just entertain, but enhance a variety of critical skills. Stores like Learning Express Toys, Brilliant Sky Toys, and Imagine Toys specialize in carrying items with exceptional play value, especially those made from natural materials such as wood.
Learning Express Toys was founded in 1987 as a result of a school fundraising effort to sell educational toys, and civic responsibility is still a central part of their business plan. Most recently, they teamed with Autism Speaks in a campaign to raise money for the non-profit that focuses on enhancing the lives of those living with autism. Individual stores have hosted fundraisers benefiting local and national groups such as Shriners Hospital for Children and Super Baskets of Hope, as well as community events like Lego nights and Halloween costume swaps.
Another helpful feature at Learning Express Toys is their Skill Builders catalog. These items were selected especially for kids with special needs. You can choose toys based on the specific skill you want to focus on, such as fine motor, sensory processing, or visual and spacial perception. Items in the Skill Builders catalog were chosen based on expert in the fields' suggestions. The catalog also features articles and other information that would be helpful for the parent, educator, and professional.
Today, you can find a Learning Express Toys franchise in over 140 locations across the US. Each franchise is locally owned and operated. If there is no store near you, they also provide a full service website with products available for purchase. You can usually find sale items and special offers on their websites. You can also find valuable coupons at Giving Assistant.
Don't be surprised if the staff at the store offers to play a game with you. A big draw at their stores is the fun and inviting atmosphere. You can try out many of the games and toys they sell, as well as participate in store events and classes to try out craft kits. You even get to take home your finished project.
Entering a Learning Express Toys store is an interactive experience unlike any other. This video captures the fun and exciting atmosphere your kids can explore while you shop. Watch the Learning Express Toys YouTube Video titled The Wonderful World of Learning Express Toys.
Learning Express Toys also focuses on excellent customer service. Stores offer free gift-wrapping to their customers. You can also take advantage of the Birthday Box program, similar in concept to a gift registry. When your child is having a birthday, you can sign up at your local store. Your child is given a box to fill with items they would want in the store (with your permission, of course). Guests can the visit the store and select an item from your child's Box. When an item is purchased from the box, the customer receives an automatic discount. This removes the stress of "what should I get" for your guests, and relieves you of the hassle of duplicate gifts and having to exchange items.
Learning Express Toys is highly selective about what toys they carry, focusing on companies that produce consistently high value products. You will see products by top brands such as Alex, Melissa & Doug, American Girl, Calico Critters, Scientific Explorer, Playmobil, EDC Publishing/Usborne Books, and many more. The majority of their products are low tech, with no batteries needed. They are fueled, instead, by your child's imagination.
Learning Express Toys Social Media Links
Learning Express Toys on Facebook: Here you will find information about products and contests, craft ideas, and other helpful information such as links to documentaries or other information valuable to parents and educators.
Learning Express Toys on Instagram: Enter the popular "Win it Wednesday" by liking and commenting on the weekly Win it Wednesday post. You will also find pictures of events that Learning Express Toys stores participate in.
Learning Express Toys on Twitter Learning Express Toys also hosts a “Win it Wednesday" competition on Twitter, where you re-Tweet to enter.
Learning Express Toys on Pinterest: Find lots of boards full of information on store events, craft ideas, product suggestions for particular learning challenges, our favorite toys, and more.
Learning Express Toys on LinkedIn: Stay up-to-date on our latest store news and links to articles relating to Learning Express Toys.
Learning Express Toys on YouTube: Find in-depth videos about top toys and helpful tutorials for products such as the Rainbow Loom.
Learning Express Toys Contact Info
29 Buena Vista Street
Devens, MA 01434
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