Without toys, childhood would not be happy, and the child's mental and physical development could be disrupted. The toy must be chosen to suit the age of the child.
Toys have always accompanied children. Without appropriate toys, their mental and physical development could be suspended or adversely affected. However, with increasing age, the type of toys and thus their use changes. Toys can also help create the right bond between a child and a parent.
The basis for choosing suitable toys for a child is their health safety and safety. Therefore, it is necessary to focus on this parameter.
Another deciding factor is the age of the child. According to experts, the important limit is the third year of the child's age. Therefore, manufacturers state on their products the suitability of toys for a certain age.
Children under the age of three do not have toys for older children in their hands.
Not only would they not use their potential and could stress them out, but most of the time these toys contain small parts that can be dangerous to children.
Choosing the right toy for your child is no toy. It must correspond to the child's mental and physical abilities, and it must also catch the eye at first glance. From the child's third year of age, his abilities and interests also move in a certain direction. It is therefore good to adapt some toys to these parameters.
Some children may have delayed development in some areas. For example, they can't handle fine motor skills. Even with this problem, appropriately selected toys can help them.
Wooden toys are a classic. Not only are they harmless, but they are also very variable and durable. There are also very tempting toys for small children that make some sounds. For example, talking books with animals or simple puzzles made of foam materials are popular.