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Wooden Toys and Real-Life Skills

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Wooden Toys and Real-Life Skills

As children engage in imaginative play, much of it will trend toward real-life scenarios. For example, children may have wooden toys in the shape of food and common household items to use as they play a game of house or grocery store. Even if children just have basic shapes, they may begin to use wooden toys and their imaginations to build real-life skills. For example, wooden sticks may come to represent currency as they buy and sell other wooden objects. Red circles may become strawberries and blue circles may become blueberries as they make a wooden fruit salad. Do your...

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Wooden Toys Encourage Imagination

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Wooden Toys Encourage Imagination

With wooden toys children get to take control, as they can come in different shapes of vehicles, food or common household items, it still encourages children to use their imaginations to incorporate them into learning and play. Basic shapes allow children to explore basic shapes and really explore and come up with creative ways to use them with different areas of subject. While learning resources can provide you with ideas for using wooden toys to educate your child at home, they’re just a starting point, a way to pique your child’s interest before letting them come up with even more...

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Toys to Grow with Your Child

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Toys to Grow with Your Child

When you invest in wooden toys for home play and education, you are investing in durability and a product that will grow with your child. Many of the toddler and pre-schoolers of today’s generation most progressive education is through imaginative play and manipulation with wooden toys, but as they grow they begin to utilise and incorporate wooden toys into a more complex scenario, and use them to problem solve. The use for wooden toys grow as your children grow and so do their mental abilities. Though many toys come with a suggested age bracket wooden toys are so easy and...

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Toy Durability

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Toy Durability

Benefits of Wooden Toys - Part 2 Okay every mum will agree with me when I say this out loud..."All kids are rough on their toys!" There is not a household that I do not know of that has at least one broken toy waiting to be fixed or your little one dragging around or pretending it zooms across a beautiful timber floor using a car with no wheels! (Know from experience). Wooden toys can be enjoyed by generations, how amazing is it being able to hand a toy to your children knowing all the fun that you had as a...

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Timeless Wooden Toys

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Timeless Wooden Toys

Benefits  of Wooden Toys - Part 1 Wooden Toys are now the "In Trend" once more though they have always been trendy in their own right. Not just for years or decades but for centuries, our grandparents, great grandparents and the great greats were learning through imagination and discovering educational properties of these amazing hand made toys. There are an enormous amount of new and educational products on the market - online and in-store but sometimes its cool to stick with the tried and true.  Companies reinvent, re-gimmick and re-imagine design and colours but they still are classic and timeless....

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