Toys, Lego and children’s creativity


Have you noticed something special about the cake?? =)

Have you wondered how you can enhance your children’s creativity when they are young?

The very toys that your children play with and get entertained could be the key to making an impact on how creative and inspiring they could be when they grow up. It might seem to be all the more confusing on how to make a choice and ascertain what learning value each has when there are so many toys available out there in different types and forms.

A wonderful quote as aptly put by Albert Einstein: “Imagination is more important than knowledge.” Different toys if chosen appropriately helps aid in a child’s development ranging from physical, cognitive, social and emotional aspects. Toys allow children’s imagination to be tapped on and fosters experiential learning.

One such toy that has been made famous by Lego are blocks. These brightly coloured blocks that come with different pieces helps children to build and create something that they envision in their mind. They can make changes and additions to it as they wish and even challenge other kids by trying to build something better. Hence, they are able to develop dexterity, creativity and even social skills while doing what is kids’ work- playing.

Try to understand more about how toys can actually play a part in your child’s development today. You might discover so much more about how important they are to aid in your child’s creativity than you already know. Let your children have fun with edutainment!

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