6 Things to know while choosing toys for your kids

Toys are the best friends during childhood. They influence the development of your child’s mind in various ways. Childhood is the time when your child can pick up a variety of skills. For this there are certain things you should keep in mind while choosing toys for your kids.

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]1. [/highlight][highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]Social skills through dolls & stuff toys[/highlight]

Dolls are toys that help children learn the art of communicating with their playmates. While playing together they dress up the dolls and practise loving people. The dressing up exercises the creative side of their minds.

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]2. [/highlight][highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]How creative is the toy?[/highlight]

This is a vital issue that all parents should remember before they pay for the toy. Play stuff like finger paints, crayons. Legos, unit blocks and play dough help give shape to the imaginative picture your child bears in his/her mind. Creative satisfaction helps them use their mind and go for experiments in the form of trial and error.

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]3. [/highlight][highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]Play toolbox and play kitchen stuff[/highlight]

These toys help children imitate their parents and other adults around them. These play a vital role in developing their personality. Their behaviour pattern reflects the atmosphere they are growing up in.

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]4.[/highlight] [highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]Physical fitness[/highlight]

Age-appropriate riding toys help your child develop their body balance, jump ropes, skates and balls keep your child active and develop their level of confidence.

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]5. [/highlight][highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]Problem solving skills[/highlight]

Age-appropriate board games and making mud pies help your child try to solve problems he/she might be facing while playing. This forces him/her to think a way out to reach the desired goal.

[highlight highlightColor=”highlight-red” ]6. [/highlight][highlight highlightColor=”highlight-green” ]Books for communication skills[/highlight]

Books help your child express what’s on his/her mind. They learn to communicate using new words. Books also help enrich the imaginative and creative power of your child.

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Written by Ranja

A book editor and a content writer, my first love has always been to write. I'm also a romantic at heart and love dwelling in my own world of imagination.

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