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mani avatar 5:06 PM on 12.03.2016  (server time)

This is the same blog we have written in  about our son who constantly desires to pick out planets while we visit the store to shop for. How ever it won’t be the identical with each youngster. most of the kids get bored in playing with the equal toy time and again. So certain points should be referred to earlier than shopping for toy for the child. According to what we have experienced so far while upbringing our son, we would like to share some tips about the toys that we buy for our children. 

Knowingly or unknowingly we buy toys just to make the baby happy at that very moment. But importantly there are some things to take into consideration before buying the toys. As we have also written in our blog ''How to choose a toy for the child''  these are the tips as bellow :- 

•Is the toy suitable for the child’s age? despite the fact that most of the toys have age category mentioned, every so often we should also take into account the  talents of the child earlier than we deliver the toy.

• Is the child going to like it for long duration ? that is bit difficult with the babies. but afterwards it will likely be smooth once they reach the age in which they could express their interest through themselves.

• some other important factor is that is the toy nicely-designed and safety general met? kids from age 1-3 must no longer receive toys that can be easily swallowed, toys with unfastened hairs, toxic paints and sharp edged.

• Is the toy strong and durable? Does it contain batteries that is old and possibly leak? 

• For how long do you want the baby to play with that toy ?

• Is the toy going to educate the baby? Like arts, crafts, reading, music, movement, communication and technological skills.

• Is the toy affordable? Is the baby going to take the maximum advantage from that toy according to the price paid?

• Will the child be able to handle that toy independently ? Too heavy toys should not be given at any cause.

• Is the child going to learn social skills with that toy ?

• Is the toy going to make the child physically active ?
    due to the fact that toys are the premise of toddler’s preliminary studying, it’s miles clever now not to shop for similar toys usually. this can restriction the kid in gaining knowledge of new matters. And also giving the kid to play with the toys in rotation can also be a wise flow closer to saving finance. Do not allow get admission to with all of the toys on the identical time. This makes the child sense bored as it’s usually in their sight.

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