Choosing Toys To Enhance Your Child’s Development

092ddb31aba4f1dd963f72df3a77fcc4Toys can entertain and stimulate young minds and foster an interest in a particular area, such as music, photography, math, arts and crafts, or language. Playing helps to develop a child’s social, emotional, language, intellectual, and problem-solving skills. When choosing toys, consider safety and age-appropriateness.

Playing helps to develop a baby’s social, emotional, language, intellectual, and problem-solving skills. Batting at a mobile, giving a musical ball a shove, or transferring a rattle from one hand to another helps babies to learn about the world. Such play also helps them to connect sight, sound, touch, taste, and smell to objects, to recognize shapes, patterns, and colors, develop hand-eye coordination and memory, and to bond with you and others.

When you choose toys and activities that enhance your child’s development, you’re speaking your baby’s language and helping her to foster cognitive and social skills that she can build on. But don’t give toys all the credit. You’re a key player. The most important toy is the parent and other caregivers because babies crave one-on-one social interaction and need the security it provides. The right toy, though, can make key developmental stages more fun—for your child and for you. (Excerpt from: )

Magneatos are an amazing toy that will keep your kids entertained for hours while at the same time sharpening their skills!x1_092ddb31aba4f1dd963f72df3a77fcc4

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12 responses

  1. I say this all the time. I wish I had been a blogger when my son was younger. I’ll have to keep these things in mind for other children. I’d like to play with this myself. Thanks for the review.

    1. Yeh, this does look like a fun toy to play with!

  2. Those look really cool and look like something that different age groups might even find fun. Thanks!

    1. Yes, it’s great for young children as well as older ones.

  3. I agree that educational toys are great for a child’s development. Even seemingly simple toys, like blocks, are good for developing motor skills, and my kids enjoy playing with them.

    1. Very true! Simple toys can be very educational as well.

  4. These look like great educational toys, especially when preschoolers are explorers by nature.

  5. Never saw these before, how totally stinking unfair now that my kids are getting older! Forget it…I’m buying some for me!

    1. Hey Sharon,
      Before you know it, the grandchildren will be around – doesn’t hurt to stock up on it now!!

  6. Great for one of my boys 🙂 he just loves building things!

    1. I find that with these kind of toys, my kids never get bored of them. There are so many things to do with it that it always remains a fun toy.

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