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PPS winners revealed

The winners of this year's Practical Pre-School Awards have been announced.
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There were nearly 240 entries overall from 110 different companies. The Awards have become one of the highlights for the toy, nursery and education resource sectors. All the entrants are tested by childcare professionals.

Rather than shortlisting a limited number of products, the scheme differs in that it awards the accolades to products on their own merit and not against other entries.

This year there has been an abundance of golds in the category, namely:

Creative Charlie - Rainy Day Box
Hippychick - Planx
Storysack - The Journey Home From Grandpa’s
Leapfrog Toys - Learn & Groove Musical Table
Torsty Concepts - Torsty Blocks
Data Harvest Group - Kid K’Nex Transportation
Mattel/Fisher-Price - Little People Busy Day Home
VTech Electronics - Push and Ride Alphabet Train
Fiesta Crafts - Bilingual Calendar
Flair - Sticker Scratcherz
John Crane - Transport Playmat & 50pc Trainset
John Crane - Magnetic Games – Dino Egg Counting/Learn The Alphabet
Leapfrog Toys - Learn & Groove Activity Station
Goldenbear - My First Talking JCB Range
Tolo Toys - Silly Shapes Take-A-Long-Activity
Crazee Thingz - Oball
Reflections on Learning - Magformers
Zoggs Int - Seal Sticks
Morphun Education - Morphun Junior Starter Set
Dacta - Lego World People Set
Flair - Sassy Circus Pals on Board
John Crane - Airport Series
Learning Resources- Old McGears Farm
Martin Yaffe - Thomas Crazy Golf Set
Character Options - Peppa Pig 123 Shapes/Alphabet
Wow - Motorbike Max

In the Electronic Toys category, golds were awarded to the following:

TTS Group – Easi-Speak
VTech – Kidizoom
Mattel/Fisher-Price – Digital Arts & Crafts Studio
Leapfrog Toys – Click Start
Russimco – Ecotronic Eco-Duck
Leapfrog Toys – Leapster 2
Leapfrog Toys – Tag

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