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Children love toys - no question. At the same time, they are not very demanding about the choice of their toys. Often the simplest packaging material is enough to create the most beautiful princess lock or the space exploring rocket with a lot of childish imagination. Parents, of course, see something different. They expect a toy that is well-processed and durable, which has a positive effect on development and does not have any harmful properties. But which toy is particularly suitable for which age group and keeps it what the manufacturer promises?
The supply of toys is immense. For all ages, interests, for big and small you will find today an abundant offer. That's why we often find it difficult to choose the right toy for our little ones. In addition, depending on the generation, different views exist as to which type of toy is particularly valuable. Some plead for natural wooden toys, the others praise the advantages of indestructible plastic toys. Parents, whose focus in the choice of toys on the common parent-child interaction, look blankly on those who are particularly concerned about the independent employment of their child at heart. In addition, there are toys for couch potatoes and which for adventurers, loud toys, soft toy, technology-based and such, which should promote the tactile or motor skills. The bandwidth does not make it easier.
Precisely for this reason, it is important to be guided primarily by the preferences and interests of the child, rather than to fulfill your own childhood wishes with gifts. The age and stage of development of the child must be taken into account when choosing the right toy. After all, nothing is more frustrating than unpacking a game or a toy for which your own abilities are simply not enough. Equally unsatisfactory is a plaything that is challenging the child. Then boredom is inevitable.
A good orientation opportunity offers a look at the age-specific development phases. On the basis of the training skills, corresponding game interests can be derived:
- Since babies in the first two months of life only need to be aware of their new surroundings and need peace to process new sensory impressions such as light, voices, sounds and odors, toys in this development phase would rather be a stimulus flooding. They are therefore superfluous.
- From about 3 months the child begins to perceive his surroundings more and more. Now it is enjoying everyday sounds and simple songs. During this time, there will be a lot of interest in rattles, griffling, mobiles and soft music.
- With approximately 6 months the baby becomes increasingly mobile. It can hold the head securely and starts to erect. He discovers his feet and hands and enjoys all that can be set in motion by his action. Now is the right time for balls, stacking towers or building blocks.
- With approximately 1 year children start to explore the world on their own feet. Now everything is available as a toy, which can be pulled or pushed. With first vehicles, pulling and sliding toys and dolls, a child will be very happy at this age.
- Two-year-olds have a lot of fun exploring and re-assembling items to explore how they work. They imitate activities of adults and want to do everything themselves. Puzzles, first musical instruments, dolls and sand toys are toys suitable for children of this age group.
- Children from 3 years have a strong urge to move. They climb, jump and love vehicles of all kinds. They build environments for their game figures and are always happy to play with rolling games. Children of this age are enthusiastic about wheelbarrows, ball runners and play figures.
- From the age of 4 to 5, children experience a new developmental shift in their linguistic expression and motor skills. They love movement games, beading beads and social games.
- In 5-age children the movements are already well coordinated. They can also sit still for a long time and concentrate on themselves. Most children at this age are tinkering and experimenting.
- Starting from the basic school age, children need a compensation for the long and attentive sitting in the classroom. Sports equipment such as roller skates and later unicycles promote dexterity and meet their pronounced drive for movement. The fine motor skills are now well trained and they often enjoy painting or building. Experiment boxes are also suitable from the basic school age.
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