Choosing toys for children is not easy. Especially for children aged under three years. Often parents are tempted to buy with attractive packaging and buying only because it is a trend. Here are some tips to consider when you are going to buy toys:
Age is very important to know the ability of children when playing the toy. Difficulty level will obviously affect the child’s comfort during play. Toys that are difficult to play will make the children frustrated or when you buy toys that are too easy to play of course will not be played anymore because the children will get bored.
Knowing the condition of the child would be better. An active child, of course, won’t like to sit nicely in the chair and plays that require patience, the ball might be more suitable than the puzzle.
Never forget safety. This is very important, considering the number of children who had an accident due to unsafe toys. Safety means not only can lead to accidents in children but also the material used to make the toys. Toys materials can affect worse on children in the future. Check carefully whether the toys have sharp corners or small parts easily peeled off. Toys stuffed animals need your attention; the materials did not fall out easily. Make sure you read the label on the packaging.
4. Do Not Buying Toys Only To Make the Child Stop Crying
Often parents feel overwhelmed when taking the child to take a walk and then the child finally began fussy. One way that can stop them is to give what they want, or buy anything to make the child stop crying. This method is certainly not good. Because the situation in a hurry of course will make you not able to pay attention to what is right for your child. Instead you buy a toy or something that is not right, you better focus on calming your child, encourage child to a more quiet place to calm down.
These are just a few ways to find out how to choose the right toys for children. Children play with what was given by his parents, as a good parent you would only want to provide the most appropriate toy for your child.