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PostSubject: Educational toys   16th July 2007, 2:11 pm

What educational toys do kids actually enjoy playing with:?:

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PostSubject: Re: Educational toys   16th July 2007, 4:26 pm

Oh lots. Children can make toys out of anything. Anything that helps them use their imagination is good. Most enjoy "hands on" so dress up, animals, kitchen play, dolls, cars and trucks, musical instruments, books, train sets, etc. You name it. As children grow older their tastes change of course. But like I said, anything that helps them develop their imagination and stretch their minds is great. Remember, children are individual. What one child grabs onto, another may not be too interested. But if you watch their tastes and what they like to do, you will know what they might enjoy
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PostSubject: Re: Educational toys   16th July 2007, 4:31 pm

I love books for kids but cant make them read all the time

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PostSubject: Re: Educational toys   3rd August 2007, 3:57 pm

When they get a little older, Nintendo Ds Lite.
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PostSubject: Re: Educational toys   3rd August 2007, 5:32 pm

TalkTalk wrote:
When they get a little older, Nintendo Ds Lite.

I would loved that for myself..lol!
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PostSubject: Re: Educational toys   7th August 2007, 6:50 pm

Leapfrog has great stuff.

Honestly though, the best toys are the basics. Wooden blocks, Lego blocks, paper money.

With wooden blocks, if they aren't painted - just paint them in primary colors. Then, you can teach patterns and slowly go into mathematical skills with them.

Kids like playing with zippers / buttons / shoe strings. If you're crafty, you can create a board with all attached and let them work on motor skills!
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