Azura Oriane June 1, 2021 Kids Toys
Gone are the days when children enjoyed simple toys such as building blocks, mechanical sets, jigsaw puzzles, dress up dolls and kitchen sets which were the usual toys that were given with much love and care by friends and relatives on special occasions such as birthdays and Christmas. Today‘s kids prefer the electronic toys and both boys and girls would rather prefer a computer game or gadget than a board game or a pack of cards. Even the dolls of today are hi‐fashion Barbies or dressed in designer clothes, whereas little girls in the past would scream with delight to get a fairy doll or one dressed as an angel.
There are several brands that manufacture children‘s toys. As a parent you have to make sure that you have purchased the right one for your kids. One of the factors that you have to remember for that is the message that the toy sends to the kid. Another very important factor to consider is whether the toy is appropriate for the age. In fact, some brands categorize their toys in different age groups. This makes it easier to purchase the right one as you can easily pick up the toys proper for the age of your kids. Well, if you are not picking up the right toy according to the age, it may not appeal to your kids at all.
Little kids love to play and entertaining toys are considered as an important element to engage your little ones. Moreover, they also help in developing the cognitive as well as social skills. That is why; parents always want to bring the most appropriate and interesting games for their growing children. Child experts recommend parents to choose the age‐appropriate and multi‐purpose toys for the kid that help them learn new and interesting things.
The next step is to watch our kids when they play with their toys. We should observe closely if our kids intentionally break their toys. Sometimes, kids do this because they seek attention from us and they see toys as platform to release pent up emotions. Once this is the case, it is better that we spend more quality time with our kids. In some cases, kids‘ toys will get damaged because they played it too much, which is not really bad but if this happens frequent, we should talk to our kids and tell them the value of their toys. It is never too early to teach our children responsibility
We should start by keeping track of how many and what kinds of toys of our kids have. Let us have a record which contains information such as when we bought it and when it was broken. You could also include when a toy is lost or if it would be found. It is like a record of incoming and outgoing toys from our kid. So why do we need to have a record? From our record we could easily find out details. How long one toy does lasts in my kid? How frequent do we buy them toys? The record would tell the toy‐playing‐and‐breaking‐pattern of our kids.
Kids love toys, there‘s no doubt about that. Just to watch the look on their little faces when they are presented with a new toy is worth all the gold on earth. Kid‘s toys are not only for play, toys teach little kids so many things life and are only miniature models of life size items they would have to deal when they are adults. A little boy who loves an electric car might take it apart to see how it works. He could one day become a great mechanical engineer or even a race car driver. A little girl who plays with pots and pans and dolly tea sets might turn out to be good doctor or nurse or even a housewife who knows how to look after her family.
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