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Indoor children toys
Games and toys stimulate not only the child's skill, but also his imagination and intelligence. When choosing for your kid, there are a few criteria to keep in mind. Psychologists are proposing you to opt for objects appropriate to the child's age and level of development.
Choosing Indoor children toys is a serious assignment for parents. Too simple objects are more likely to bore the little one, and the ones too advanced will upset him
Various toys help harmonious development
Toys are considered by psychologists as social tools through which the little ones explore the world. In order to accomplish this mission, it is very important for parents to diversify and get out of the area of one child-preferred character.
We are trying to help you with some tips on buying toys, we have tried to summarize the categories of toys by the age of the little ones.
Children under 1 year: objects that stimulate the senses
In the first 3 months of life, you are your baby's favorite toy. It's all about sensory development, and the interaction with the mother's face and voice is exactly what babies need. After this age and up to 1 year, the best variants for the little one are: soft toys or voice activated toys.
Children aged 1-3 years: sets to build
Buy objects that help solve problems, build, create. The best variants for him are the toys that encourage him to select or sort like arts and craft toys, construction toys, rounded-edge cards, illustrated books, musical toys and instruments and simple puzzles .
Preschools and schoolchildren: tests of intelligence and creativity
Preschool children and those approaching school age speak a lot and ask many questions. They like to experience and, of course, like to play with friends.
Recommended games are the games that try their intelligence, educational toys, colored or waxed pencils, watercolors, plasticine, books, simple musical instruments, outdoor game, puppets and puppet theaters or wooden toys.
It is very important not to leave the child unattended sharp objects, standard scissors or things with which he can injure himself or others.
Toys and play helps the child develop emotionally, socially, professionally, and gain new knowledge. That's why parents need to broaden the range of toys that children use and buy toys from various professional spheres to see how little kids interact with them. An architect or painting kit, a nurse's assortment or musical instruments - all of which open the child's knowledge horizon, highlight its predisposition for a particular field of activity or for a particular profession.