Let’s Learn Toys launch Johannesburg

Terry Pheto and Mampho Brescia

Let’s Learn Toys launch Johannesburg

Let’s Learn Toys launches in Johannesburg.

How often do you see women coming together to support each other and build something great? Let’s Learn Toys focuses on children, thus building the future of our country. The brainchild of actresses Terry Pheto and Mampho Brescia, it is refreshing to see renowned women using their influence and fame to do something that matters.

Education is paramount to both women and they wanted to make education more accessible to children of less fortunate families. Let’s Learn Toys, aims at providing children with accessible, affordable and fun learning through the medium of play.

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Catering at Let's Learn Toys launch

Let’s Learn Toys offers 2000 toys that encourage involvement from the whole family. It is geared towards developing fine and gross motor skills. The toys also gives children tactile ways to learn and grow through imaginative role-play and cognitive behaviour development. These toys are a breath of fresh air in a digital and technology driven world, where children are so often deprived of developing these critical skills early on.

You can learn more about and purchase Let’s Learn Toys on their website and Takealot.

The launch was attended by celebrity friends and family of Terry and Mampho; as well as the likes of the MEC for Education along with media, influencers and bloggers.

Women at Let's Learn Toys launch

Women at Let's Learn Toys launch


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    Posted at 07:39h, 04 September Reply

    How awesome! I already see so many toys and games that Cara would love! Thanks for this post.

    • Anne Dolinschek
      Anne Dolinschek
      Posted at 09:40h, 04 September Reply

      Big plesh! That’s great news 🙂

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    Melissa Javan
    Posted at 11:44h, 04 September Reply

    Sounds like a big do. I heard about their venture on Real Talk with Anele. LOVE this idea of educational toys.

    • Anne Dolinschek
      Anne Dolinschek
      Posted at 08:20h, 05 September Reply

      Educational toys always get a thumbs up from me 🙂

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