Pros and Cons of Kids’ toys

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Parents know that children love toys the most. The child who was still crying just now gradually stopped crying when he saw the toys handed over by his parents. Holding the toy in the hand makes the child happy and at ease. So, what effect do toys have on children?

The concept of “toy” is defined by adults as those items that can meet our leisure and entertainment needs. But in the eyes of the child, as long as it is an object that he can control, it is best to keep it for himself, then these can be “toys”. These “toys” can be either loving gifts from parents to children, or anything within reach of children. Toys are an important existence to accompany children’s growth. But toys aren’t all about benefits. Let’s take a look at the pros and cons of toys for children.

1. Play a certain role in training children’s abilities.

For example, children’s cognitive ability, children have a basic understanding of things when they play with toys. In addition, there is also the ability to interact. Children cannot communicate with adults when they are young, but they can play well with toys. This kind of interactive enlightenment is very important, and it is very helpful for children in language expression and motor coordination.

2. It is a little helper for children to adapt to the environment.

Toys can help children better adapt to the environment and transfer children from the state of loss and loneliness. The joy of playing with toys replaces the sadness of being alone, allowing children to be more independent and quickly adapt to the environment.

3. Parents can judge the child’s development through the state of the child playing with toys.

When the child is young, the state of the child playing with toys is a basis for parents to judge the development of the child. Parents can find out whether the child has some behavioral and intellectual disabilities, and it is easier to grasp the critical period of treatment in time, which is conducive to the recovery of the child.

4. Too many toys make the child not focus enough.

Toys will not only bring good effects to children, but also bring some adverse effects due to use problems. For example, too many toys will affect the development of children’s concentration. It is often to play with one for a while and then play with the other, which makes it difficult to exercise the child’s concentration.

5. Some toys have complex chemical composition, which is not good for children’s health.

Toys are usually made of a variety of plastic, cotton, latex and other materials. Some toys contain chemicals that are unhealthy for children. Many toys like chewing gum are very demanding. Toys with materials that do not meet the qualified standards are not conducive to children’s health when they play with them.