Multi-function Wooden Educational Board Toy
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Fine wood/Seiko craftsman Green water paint/Enlightenment of wisdom
- 10 color recognition
- 10 digit cognition, early mathematics teaching
- 10 geometry recognition
- 10 striped fish to improve children’s hand eye coordination A variety of playing methods, early teaching and learning
- Digital cognition
- Safety, green
- Environmental protection
Shape matchingGeometry is easy for baby to grasp
- Ferrule pair
- The number 7 has corresponding shapes and 7 sets of Graphs
- Funny Fishing
- Strong magnetism
- Challenging gravity
- The higher the column, the larger the number and the more turns
- Operational cognition
- Learn the word “play” in two ways
adopts superior thickened wood splint, and the corners are polished manually. The wood is firm and resistant to falling, round and free of burr
The products are all environmental friendly water-based paint with bright color
Laser engraving technology, burr rejection
Learning Board Toy 4
Product size display:
Real shot display
👉 Birth to 1 Year
: Children of this age do not really play, but they are intrigued by shapes, colors, and anything that makes a sound. Soft stuffed animals, squeaky bath toys, and large, colorful balls will intrigue these new little people. Lay your child on a quilt and place an “activity gym” over him. These gyms have dangling toys that will catch his eye, and he will try to grab or kick them, teaching him to use his developing muscles. Children of this age love to be held, so settle down with some cloth or vinyl books and introduce her to the world of reading.
👉 Ages 1 – 3
: As every parent knows, children go mobile at this age, and their toys need to be mobile as well. Also remember, that toddlers play next to other children, rather than with other children, so keep that in mind when selecting age-appropriate toys. Some great choices for this age group include walking toys that kids can push, like baby carriages or small grocery carts. Children in this age group are starting to work on their motor skills, so plenty of paper and thick crayons are essential. Pounding toys are very popular (unfortunately!), and trucks and dolls are often the toy of choice. It is at this age that little people want to mimic big people, so pretend kitchens and toy telephones can make them feel just like mom and dad.
👉 Bi-Ages 3 – 5
: It’s time to hit the road, so a tricycle is a great gift for this age group. Motor skills continue to be on the upswing, so buy puzzles with large pieces, and introduce them to safety scissors and simple crafts. Little girls will like to dress up and have tea, while little boys will spend hours moving cars around a track. This is the age where fads take hold, so be prepared to start a collection of whatever is hot.
Age 5 – 9
: Peer pressure hits this age group with a force, and parents will find that only particular toys are acceptable. It’s important to keep them learning, so make certain they have computer games and sports equipment. More complicated crafts can be introduced, and that full-fledged bicycle will require a sturdy helmet. There are age-appropriate science kits available, and kids will love to strap on outdoor gear and go exploring. No matter the age, remember that safety is the key. Is the child mature enough to handle and understand the toy? While a child may want what’s pitched in the latest TV ad campaign, buying age-appropriate toys is the best way to insure that your child will have a fun, interesting, and safe childhood.