By Sonja Summers. Baby And Toodler Toys. Published at Thursday, February 15th, 2018 - 07:09:42 AM.
Will the toy challenge your child? Childrens learning toys which challenge their minds will provide the most entertainment. Toys which involve pushing buttons to make a cartoon character jump will not make your child think, or use his or her brain. There are some basics needed in toys so your child can learn while playing. Creativity and imaginative improvising, easy manipulation of pieces, hand-to-eye coordination, shapes, counting, colors and sorting are some of the basics your child needs to learn. Some good examples are toy musical instruments if your child likes to move and sing along. Stacking toys, wooden puzzles and mazes are great for coordination. Puppets and dolls inspire their imagination. The magnetic toys are easy to use and are great for encouraging creativity.
Does the toy look good? Younger children love bright colors and happy images. A more sophisticated looking toy for older children will challenge their minds and pique their curiosity more. Will the toy last for a long time? Its always wise to select a toy that will last more than a few minutes. Toys can be put through an endurance test by children. Is it powered so you will need to have replacement batteries on hand? Cheaper and more flimsy toys may not last as long, or provide as much of a lasting educational experience, as a quality toy which may cost a little more.
Pay Attention to the Fundamental Needs of the Baby - Every baby cries when he or she is uncomfortable; whether it is because he or she has to be changed or because the baby is hungry. A happy, settled baby will be able to learn quicker and be more open to stimuli. Therefore, it is important to attend to the baby as soon as he or she gets fussy, cuddle the baby and ensure that he or she is settling prior to getting engaged in the learning process.
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