How much should children's toys buy? Which toys should parents pay attention to?
It is the nature of every child to love to play with toys. I believe many parents have this experience:
Parent A: "Every time I take my child shopping, she can't walk as soon as she sees the toys, even though there are already a lot of toys at home. The child is still scrambling to buy them, but they get tired of buying them and playing for a few days. There are a lot of toys. What a waste!"
Parent B: "My children are more domineering. When they see other children have toys that they don't have, they will be jealous. They either harass their parents to buy them, or go up and grab other children's toys."
Parent C: "Children's destructive power is extremely strong. Often a toy will only be in the child's hands for a short time, and it will basically not return to its original state."
Does a child really need so many toys? In fact, on the contrary, psychologists have shown through experimental research that the more toys a child has, the less conducive to his brain development.
Attention: When a child is surrounded by various colors, he pays more attention to the color and shape of the toy's appearance, and it is difficult to calm down and continue to focus and study deeply. And children with few toys only have these toys in their hands to play repeatedly, not only can they focus on their toys, but also dig out more ways to play.
Oh, would I could describe these conceptions, could impress upon paper all that is living so full and warm within me, that it might be the mirror of my soul, as my soul is the mirror of the infinite God!