Wednesday, February 4, 2009

Toys For Kids

This is my little friend again, this is her favorite Unicorn. She rides on it and even pet on it because the head moves and the tail wiggles. It also feature sounds. This will help the child enhance her animal awareness, familiarization of sounds and develop psycho motor ability.
These are her toys that would develop her appreciation of music and sounds, visual familiarization of pictures and its name.
These are her toys that she could manipulate and develop critical thinking and also Patience...LOL! She loves this specially now that she knew how to match the shapes.
These are blocks. She love stacking and she is so good in this activity. This would develop her color recognition and creativity.
These are different cards intended for 3 year old. When the parents tried to use these educational materials to her (18months), she is right now can recognize most of the pictures. She can say the words correctly....Try it to your kids. Just show the picture for a week...too long? Nope. Just show the cards and say the name and say something about it. Say " This is a banana. This is food." Then, say it more than once, Repetition is good. Don't ask yet. Use 30 cards a day for a week. Do not ask the baby " What is this? yet". The next week, you will say, "This is a banana" ,then say " What is this?" Well, just a simple tip. Actually, my little friend knows the 36 cards in just 3 days. The 4th day, I just show the cards and ask what it was and she can say the words clearly. Hoping it works with your kids.

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