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 creative uses. Younger children in particular can fit virtually any object into any scenario. Since most wooden toys don’t come with a pre-conceived purpose, they encourage children to stretch their imaginations even further.
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