Published at Monday, May 07th, 2018 - 16:41:34 PM. . By Sonja Summers.
Look for sets with different colors to help children recognize and name colors. Many sets stack, offering the chance to combine pouring and building activities, as well as demonstrating graduated sizes. Recognizing similarities and differences is an important cognitive skill. Look for sets that differ in unusual ways, such as the number of pouring holes in the bottom of each cup.
Do you find it difficult to calm your child? The is an educational toy with a rattle inside the toy. It works best by providing auditory stimulation to relax and improve baby’s cognition. You simply shake the toy and the jingling bell-like sound will catch your child’s attention and calm down in the end. This is a better way to stimulate your baby’s mind rather than passive learning through DVD’s. According to some researchers and child psychologists, children who spent longer hours in active activities will have earlier and better development and one of the best ways to achieve that is through the use of this bendy ball.
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