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the only thing better than a wooden toy is.... a super cute puppy!!


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Summer is the season of playing in the backyard, visiting the beach, and enjoying new outdoor toys. Children have been intrigued by sand for many generations. Sand is a foundational part of the ground in the same way that dirt or clay is, making it available to children for centuries.

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We often hear the term ‘Sharing is caring’, but is it really true?

Yes this is true… however, it is also a learned skill that our toddlers need to develop over time.


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It’s important to understand that play is vital for babies. It helps them develop their social, cognitive, and physical skills and strengthen the emotional bond that’s growing between you. Playing games enables them to start to understand the world around them, but you need to take care that the toys or games are not too complex for their developmental level, otherwise they become frustrated and stop engaging with you.

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Many parents decide that gluing wooden train tracks to their child’s train table is the way to go. If you’ve ever watched a toddler playing with a wooden train set — tracks being pulled apart, bridges getting knocked over, the child getting frustrated, and parents rebuilding the layout over and over — it’s easy to see why!


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Your child will benefit much from play. It contributes greatly to his holistic development -- his thinking, his way of handling emotions and learning to socialize, his speech and language, and, of course, his physical development. And one of the most effective ways that he can engage in play is through wooden toys.  


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Play is one of the main ways in which children learn. It helps to build self worth by giving a child a sense of his or her own abilities and to feel good about themselves. Because it’s fun, children often become very absorbed in what they are doing. In turn, this helps them develop the ability to concentrate. Providing children with a range of playthings will help them learn in a number of ways:

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Wonderful 30pcs DIY kit for your kids to learn and develop
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