Friday, July 11, 2008

Create a 'Genius in your Child' with Toys

Create a 'Genius in your Child' with Toys. Parents often cannot spend quality time with children as they are busy with their work lifestyles. The use of tech has made it more complicated situations when children are deprived of vital stimulation. The high tech living and lifestyles make parents more busier as ever and as such, smart use of tech gadgets has hooked children to be savvy kids.

Some time ago, a child got a Kid Laptop (GeoSafari Laptop below) in the classroom. She showed me how she can be a genius with lessons on wildlife, animals, science, history, maps, language and math. Her uncle who had just come from US had gifted her this lovely piece, she said.

Children just love to do what their parents are doing and are quite inquisitive as they see the new gadgets. They want to use these tech gadgets - use the laptop and computer to connect to the world, use the mobile and pretend talking or actually do. Younger children respond to educational toys that include rattles and musical toys. Toys come in great deal of variety and it's an endless buy and who else can know well than me? I've almost picked up all kinds of Educational toys and fun games and the lovely dinky cars - a host of collection to adorn the shelf in my son's room who is now grown up! Today, the Toy selection is endless picks.

As said by Maria Montessori, "The more the capacity to concentrate is developed, the more often the profound tranquility in work is achieved, then the clearer will be the manifestation of discipline within the child." And so very true, I think, school age kids can benefit from Educationals Toys if the selection is a right choice pick. The first essential for the child's development is concentration as the child who concentrates is immensely happy. Education is a natural process which develops spontaneously.

Btw, Check in for Games for Kids widget on Kidsfreesouls and here's Google Search where you can find Educational Toys links. Enjoy.

ilaxi patel
Newspaper for kids with resources for parents and teachers

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