The five benefits of educational children's toys!

There are many benefits of puzzle toys, each of which can play a vital role in the growth and development of children. In addition to the benefits of puzzle, there are five major effects worth noting.

1. Language training
When children are playing, they will read words and talk to toys from time to time. Don't underestimate this communication mode. It gives children the opportunity to use language to express their thoughts and strengthen their ability to master language use.

2. Emotional catharsis
Have you ever found that when your child is frustrated and angry, he will drop the toy, slap or scold, which is the expression of your child's discontent. In the real world, children can't just vent their emotions to others, so toys become substitutes. Children, like adults, need channels to vent their emotions, otherwise, they will form depressed mental illness and affect their health.

3. Stimulate sensory development
Toys can encourage children to touch the world with their senses, such as stimulating their vision, hearing and touch, helping them to cooperate with the reaction of various senses, to contact and recognize the new things in the outside world. Different educational toys can help children understand the world.
4. Coordinating body functions
Children's hands and feet coordination, hand-eye coordination and other physical functions need to be trained and gradually established. Toys are one of the best training tools. For example, children will build a box of building blocks to create graphics, in addition to using the mind, but also hand function. Therefore, toys are of great benefit to children's muscle activities and the development of physical functions.
5. Practice social activities
Through toys, children unconsciously develop their social relations in the process of playing with their peers or parents. They may have conflicts and quarrels in cooperation or competition, but in fact they are developing the spirit of cooperation and learning to share with others, so as to prepare for future integration into society. Parents play with their children, deepen the parent-child relationship, and give their children the opportunity to develop psychologically healthy in the process of sharing and communicating with each other.

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