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What is Melbourne's best educational toy shop?

by Carolyn Hopping (follow)
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Children learn through their play, and therefore it's important that they have access to high quality toys, and games that will strengthen their cognitive abilities.

Although toys and games are easily available from many retail outlets, not all are of a particularly good quality. Fortunately, there are some shops in Melbourne that specialise in educational toys. What do you think are Melbourne's best places to buy educational toys? Are they large shops or small, owner-run retailers such as market stalls? Which ones do you recommend?

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Aren't all toy shops educational (or so they'll have you believe)?

I think the National Geographic shops have some good things in them. We go to the one in Frankston which is good.
Honeybee Toys at 264 Glenferrie Road in Malvern is very good, and sells beautiful wooden toys, Steiner toys and great educational books. Windmill toy shops are also highly recommended and are located at 591 Whitehorse Road, Mont Albert.
National Geographic at Emporium Melbourne in the city.
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