68 thoughts on “Toys for toddlers??

  1. My grandsons were always constructing things out of cardboard right up until age 11 and electronics took over! We have a whole craft room with medieval instruments of torture, helmets etc. made after visits to castles and museums, not to mention the forts big and small they fought many battles in 😊Love those times. Your video made me smile and remember. These days, their interaction consists of grunts and rummaging around in the fridge πŸ˜„

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  2. It’s the simplest toys that bring the greatest pleasure to boys and girls alike. Sad that rampant consumerism has made us forget it – and kids can get sucked in by glitzy advertising just as easily as adults can. Best “toy” I ever had was a load of big wooden crates. We climbed on them, hid on them, and when we were older, built forts out of them.

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  4. Nice Explain.

    Toys get children engaged in physical activity, by exercising their fine and gross motor skills. Whether they are colouring. Toys promote childrenΒ΄s cognitive development by stimulating their concentration and memory skills and giving them the ability to solve problems creatively.

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