The daily awareness and learning can promote children's thinking. When you play hide-and-seek or pick a toy with hidden surprises, you are helping your child understand the persistence of invisible objects while you are helping your child to promote memory.
By awakening your child's natural thinking skills, you will develop your child's ability to understand the world and work in small challenges. When you play with your child, give your child some hints about what might happen. You can build your cognitive skills by asking your child "What do you think might happen?" to motivate your child's interests.
Promote the development of children's perception and exploration. The toy has the characteristics of object image. The child performs sensory training in the process of touching, watching, taking, listening, blowing and playing, making the sense of sight, hearing, smell, taste and body feel. It is more coordinated and sharper. At the same time, the early education at this time cultivates the child's concentration, memory, observation, imagination and language ability, which makes the child's thinking ability develop rapidly.
In addition to fun, children's activities in playing toys include the development of motor skills and cognitive abilities. The older the child, the stronger the toy, and the way it is played. He has begun to be able to play more complex toys, and has begun to use his own resolving power for toys and games, and has incorporated his own imagination.
For children, building blocks, plug-in boards, puzzle toys, and DIY wooden dollhouse allow him to feel the changes and creations.