Archive for February, 2011
You will provide your toddlers many educational toys in their early years. Carefully considering your child’s age, interests and maturity will be leading factors in the selection of toys you provide your boys and girls.
Toddler learning toys keep young children busy and engaged in quality, fun play and help then learn to concentrate on one task making a 3d wooden puzzle a toy they will play with over and over again.
Wood puzzles with numbers on each piece will help your child learn sequential counting. As your toddler plays with puzzles with either numbers or letters he will be learning and not even know it!
Thirdly, children who have a variety of wooden puzzles to play with will have hours of quiet play time and they will improve and develop their manual dexterity, memory and coordination skills.
Although jigsaw puzzles help strengthen numeric and visual skills parents must select puzzles for the correct age-group. If children are given puzzles that are too difficult they may become frustrated and lose interest in their toy.
It is a good idea, however, to have at least one “advanced” puzzle on hand for the day when you notice the puzzle he is playing with does become too easy and you can whip out a new one to keep his interest.
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