Want to motivate your kids? Actually you can use the toy! There are many toys that can motivate children. For example, animal toys that can be pulled away, picture books, stacked cups, balls, sand, dolls, strollers, etc. When playing with these toys, children can operate and use them as they want, which can not only meet the needs of activities, but also improve the children’s hands-on ability.
Why toys can mobilize children’s enthusiasm
The image of the toy is more intuitive. Children can touch, see, hear and more. Toys can mobilize the enthusiasm of children. For example, Trojan horses, small bicycles, and scooters can exercise children’s sports ability. Building blocks and building houses can exercise children’s spatial imagination. Puzzles and plastic toys can exercise children’s sense of touch. And colorful cards and various dolls can exercise children’s vision. And some toys that can make sounds, such as small pianos and listening literacy cards, can exercise children’s hearing.
Children like to play with toys and don’t get bored with them. On the contrary, good toys can open up the mind and stimulate the imagination. For example, when building blocks, children need to think a lot. They not only have to think about how to build it, but also how to build it, and more importantly, how to build it so that it won’t fall. This exercises both hands-on ability and brain-moving ability. It can be seen that toys play an important role in the growth and development of children.
What to look out for when choosing toys
When parents help their children choose toys, safety is the most important point when choosing toys. Pay attention to whether the toy is strong, whether it has sharp parts, whether it has peculiar smell, whether the material of the toy is harmful to the human body, etc. While some toys are really suitable for children, the surrounding environment still needs to be considered. For example, some families buy crawling mats, but they also need to consider the size of the family and whether there is enough space to place them.
Generally speaking, if children are not old enough to play with toys, they will not play at all. Some toys are safe for older children, but not necessarily safe for younger children. Generally speaking, children are very destructive, and some toys can’t stand the toss of children. If the toy is damaged prematurely, it can no longer function. So when you choose toys, you can also choose according to the age of the child.