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Friday, October 26, 2012

HOW TO PLAY WITH TOYS


HOW TO PLAY WITH TOYS
 
There are toys of every size and shape for toddlers.  Most are designed by the toy maker with a specific purpose in mind.  Some are educational; some are for developing coordination, and some teach socialization.

It is very important that your toddler uses these toys as they were intended.  If you want your toddler to develop to his full potential, to learn his letters, colors, animals, to develop physically and learn social skills, it is very important that they play with all their toys the way the toy makers intended.

I cannot stress the importance of this enough!  Most toys come with instructions and pictures demonstrating how a toy is to be used.  Improper use of toys can slow your toddler’s development and even leave him (her) confused and frustrated.  Parents should always monitor their toddler and be sure that all toys are used correctly.  If necessary you may have to demonstrate to your toddler how to use a toy correctly.  

Cole and Connor have a wonderful toddler table.  It is intended for quiet play.  The surface is for coloring books or playing with blocks.  In the center of this table there is a circular sack that is perfect for holding crayons or blocks until the boys wish to use them.  This is the perfect place for the boys to learn to color and learn to build with their blocks.

 
 

Cole and Connor may need some guidance.

10 comments:

  1. Before I saw the video I thought, "What planet are you from grandpa? Kids toys are for throwing and kicking."

    They seem perfectly normal to me. :)

    S

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  2. Get two boys together and lock 'er down!

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  3. Mine always thought that the box the toy came in WAS the toy!

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  4. Imaginations at work and a brand new purpose demonstrated for a toys use, gotta love that :)

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  5. Anything can be a toy. All we need is the mind of a child and a total disregard for rules.

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  6. btw--funny how my eye doctor left out the part about medicaid not paying for the corrective lens part of the surgery.

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  7. Ha Ha! Proper play instructions? What a joke. Fun video.

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  8. Hey,

    I see no problem at all.. it looks and sounds like our house :)

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  9. Hi just wanted to say that I like your article very much. Please keep up the good posts Thanks a ton! and Have a good day

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