By Lynn Macdonald. Baby And Toodler Toys. Published at Tuesday, February 13th, 2018 - 09:16:40 AM.
Mentally, kids in the 6-8 age range have developed skills in reading, writing, spelling and arithmetic. These new skills help them explore new frontiers of learning toys such as more advanced board games, simple math activities such as games using money, time, calendars and weights. Kids are more interested in nature and simple science activities. They have increased interest in collecting things, in taking on hobbies, and in the discovering the line between fantasy and reality. Their capacity for creative play is expanded to include playing real musical instruments, reading music, and larger arts and craft projects.
The 4-inch diameter Baby Einstein bendy ball is one great brightly colored baby toy designed to perfectly fit little hands and catch your baby’s attention. The two-in-one baby rattle-and-ball baby Einstein has caterpillar character in its center band. Its toy sections offers red, yellow, green, and blue which can be mixed and matched to help stimulate your child’s visual development and imagination which is essential for your child’s development. Unlike other toys in the market where little fingers get stuck and cause injury to children, you will be worry-free letting your baby play with this toy since it is made from sturdy but soft and flexible plastic. This baby-safe material allows your baby’s little fingers to squeeze and bend the toy safely. Muscles and interaction skills are developed as your baby throws and rolls this bendy ball making the experience not only educational but a form of exercise as well.
Use Baby Flashcards - Initiate the baby on the pathway to reading by using white flash cards with giant words written in red. Making use of flashcards to assist children in reading and learning math has been thoroughly studied by Glenn Doman. There is the option of buying ready-made flash cards or you can create them utilizing cardboard or white hard paper and red marker or felt pen.
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