Learning - Early Ed. | 3-6 yrs

Educational Toys For Children

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Einstein said it: “Play is the highest form of research.” So, get your toddler scientist to her play dough, pronto!

Playing is different from entertainment. In entertainment the child is an observer and is acted upon; whereas, in playing the child is an involved participant.

Educational toys (no, it isn’t an oxymoron!) are the in-thing. These are toys that encourage self-exploration, intuitive thinking and decision making. These stimulate your little darling’s development and are designed to bring out her creativity and intelligence. ‘childdevelopmentinfo.com’ says “When you give your child educational toys and play with them with her, it gives her a chance to bond with you, learn, and have fun at the same time.”

Educational toys can be electronic and digitized as well. In fact, there are many such designed for speech and language development. There are toys designed specifically for STEM (Science, Technology, Engineering and Mathematics) learning. These toys are a great way to expose your bundle of joy to these very interesting areas of study.

Now, before you rush to your daughter’s favorite place in the world, the toy store, you might want to browse this ClipBook.

You will see that there are guides to help you choose educational toys. You will be introduced to the “less is more” concept when it comes to shopping at the toy store. The ClipBook will also answer questions like what is TAG? what are the educational benefits provided by toys? how many types of educational toys are there and what are they? are there toys to promote healthy psyche?

All this information has been organized for you in this ClipBook. If you find this read useful, please click on the ‘Like’ button.


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