Have you ever watched your child more interested in wrapping the toy you gave him rather than the toy itself? toy itself shows that children are more interested in the simple things that are around them.
Psychologists say that the main principle in giving the child the toy is KIVS or keep it very simple. This means you do not need to provide toys that are too complicated for children when he was just learning new things around him.
Toys that are too complex will cause over-stimulation in children and make them even away from the toy.
So, if you want to give toys to the child who is still learning new things around him, give toys that could provoke creativity of their brains are still in progress absorb new things around him. Continue reading
Toy is a friend of your baby. Toys are an important part in the growth and development of your child’s physical and psychological well. But you must also consider any good toy and appropriate for your child. Lots of toy manufacturers who put aside the quality and safety of their products for the sake of profit. For that you should be more careful when buying toys for your baby.
In addition to the standard safe for your child, here are some pointers for you to pick out toys as follows:
Chose a toy that fits your child’s age. Manufacturer of quality toys will include information about age on the label toys. Age-appropriate toy baby will help and influence the growth and development of your baby.
Toys are not strong will easily damaged and sometimes can hurt your child’s hand. Choose toys that are strong but still interesting so that your baby will be happy to play it. Continue reading
It’s fun to have a healthy and active toddler, then give the toy to train their motor. Three of these toys can help train the muscles and bones toddlers. It also hone balance, train the hand and foot coordination, increase alertness and taught high dimensions.
Improve balance and courage glide from high places. Leg muscles are also trained as he climbs the stairs before sliding.
• Sit up straight or leaning back while sliding to make it more balanced.
• Hold the child when the slide is too high to avoid tumbling toddler.