A child and a toy are two interconnected words, which individually can no longer be imagined. After all, children tend to not only know the world, learn to walk and speak, but also play. But many parents, choosing their children toys, often make mistakes that, it would seem, are not so serious to take them into account the next purchase of another toy. But still, here are some tips, parents, about how to choose toys to your children.
one. Age is the first thing you need to pay attention to before choosing, and even more so, and buy toys to children. And the point here may not be at all that a set of train for five -year -old kids will quickly get bored with an eleven -year -old child. Some toys, such as a designer and others, contain small details. And your child, especially small, will not think for long before “tasting” one of them ..
2. The toy should not only entertain the child, but also develop it. For example, the same designer, which is not the first to mention in this article, or cubes with letters – with their help your baby to tell you to fold some words from letters (with your help, of course) or build different figures.
3. Toys like things: for boys alone, for girls – completely different. Not the best option would be to give the boy a pink plush hare or a house for a Barbie doll, and a girl – a sports machine with a control panel. No, of course, there are toys that may interest both boys and girls. For example, such can be puzzles or board games.
four. Safety – this item, probably, should have been the very first, but you already pay enough attention to him, because the security of the child for his parent is the most important thing. Many toys that can be seen today on the shelves of our stores, far from the highest quality. Some of them have small and sharp details that can easily be injured. And others are made of materials that easily ignite and at the same time release very caustic poisonous gas, which will not be difficult to poison either an adult or a child.
5. Price-not all parents pay attention to it, because this applies personally to everyone: someone can allow you to buy an expensive toy for your child, and someone unfortunately not. But, think: why will you spend a lot of money on a toy with which your child will play by the strength of a couple of months? Especially if this toy is from those that can be easily broken.