Best Yoto Player Cards

It’s no secret how much we love our Yoto player. Over time we have acquired quite a collection of Yoto Player cards and I’m happy to share which Yoto cards are the best for specific ages.

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Best Yoto Cards for Infants

Though infants don’t yet understand the words we say, the Yoto player still provides great value for them. They can listen to sounds and identify people’s voices and are constantly absorbing their environment.

Sleep Radio (free – learn how to access it here)

My First Classical Music Collection

Crackling Fire

Incredible Instruments

Amazing Nature

Animal Sounds

Things That Go

Sounds for Sleep

Yoto Nursery Rhymes

Lifescore Music: Dreams of Space

Spanish 0+

Best Yoto Cards for Toddlers

Super Simple Songs

Daniel Tiger Stories

Ladybird Sleepy Tales

Ten Minutes to Bed

The Gruffalo and Friends Collection

Crackling Fire

Happy Families

My First 100 Words

Ladybird First Favourite Tales: The Complete Audio Collection

The Forest of Sleep

The Wheels on the Bus

Mrs H Sings


Phonics: Letters & Sounds: Phase 1

Claude Collection

Best Yoto Cards for Preschoolers and Gradeschoolers

Ladybird Audio Adventures

5 Minute Stories

The Story of Babar

A New Kids Album

Bedtime Meditations

Mindfulness for Children

Addition and Subtraction

Goodnight Spaceman and Other Stories

Hotel Flamingo

My First Classic Stories Collection

The Splendiferous Collection by Roald Dahl

The Enchanted Wood

Funnybones The Collection

Songs about School

Paw Patrol Pup Pack

Best Yoto Cards for Older Kids

Ladybird Audio Adventures

Ladybird Times Tables Audio Collection: I’m Ready for Maths

The Gigantuous Collection by Roald Dahl

The Solar System

The Human Body

Make Your Own cards (make your own cards with things like Harry Potter and their favourite audio books)

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