Meet Our Product Testers

Here They Are

Learning Bugs, highly educated, expertly skilled and vastly knowledgeable (well, in all things play that is!) product testers. They are children, of all ages and abilities, with all interests and personalities. They’re here to test our products and if they don’t like it, we won’t sell it!

All our product testers are children because we’re huge advocates of children discovering for themselves the things they want, rather than having big businesses decide for them. 

Children are individuals with passions, hobbies, likes and dislikes of their own and we want children to love our toys. That’s why, at Learning Bugs our product testers are children, they’re the only candidates for the job!

Toys play a key part in childhood development, they help children to explore and make sense of the world around them.

Playing supports cognitive development, when children are playing they are experimenting, thinking, solving problems and learning all at the same time. The toys children play with can even have an impact on their life, long into adulthood.

There’s a big link between children, their toys and their future personality. That toy that was so carefully chosen for a special birthday just might spark an interest that turns into a career or lifelong hobby.

Phew! What busy Work!

One of the best ways to encourage play is to provide children with toys that can be used in a number of ways. We’ve scoured the nation to bring you a range of toys that will help to support children’s development in all areas of learning and development. 

We just love to see children playing and learning and reaching their natural next steps and we will be carrying out activities and sharing our product tester reviews regularly on our social media channels. 

We’d love to hear from your little product tester too, so don’t forget to keep us up to date with your achievements at home. They could even win themselves their own Larry Ladybird! We’re looking forward to bringing you all things playing and learning.

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