This is inspired in part by Brandon Sleepy Puppy's recent thread about educational shows for babies/littles, which I thought was a really interesting topic.
I'm interested to hear how other ABs feel about activities where you're 'learning' things at a baby pace, things which you already know - for example using toys designed to teach animal noises, TV shows which explore basic concepts like counting or washing your hands, and even simple block puzzles where you have to fit together the pieces to make a car, an animal etc.
Do you find these sorts of activities help you immerse into regression, and do you experience fun and wonder in being taught like you're a baby/toddler, or do you find it insanely dull 'learning' things you already know at a pace designed for people with far less intellectual capabilities than you?
I'd say I feel the latter in terms of TV shows, but quite enjoy books and toys which teach ideas in baby style, in bright and colourful ways. That said, I can only 'learn' as a baby for a short periods of time before getting bored of it.