By rentoys / April 24, 2018
Is your toddler's school teaching A for Apple or A for Future? “Art has the role in education of helping childrenRead More
By rentoys / April 24, 2018
Free Play is the key to an effective early learning What’s the big deal about big brain “The experience of play changesRead More
It’s never too early to start reading to kids
It’s never too early to start reading to kids Mark Zuckerberg’s post rippled across the entire Internet when he shared a photo of him reading a book about quantum physics to his new-born baby. Can you believe that? A newborn being taught about ‘Quantum Physics’! Is he getting into pressurizing his kid to learn sooner than other kids? The answer is absolutely not. In fact, reading should start when your child is in your womb.
Is your toddler’s school teaching A for Apple or A for Future?
Is your toddler’s school teaching A for Apple or A for Future? “Art has the role in education of helping children become like themselves instead of more like everyone else.” Sydney Gurewitz Clemens S.T.E.A.M. When searching for a preschool for our toddler, we visited so many schools. Asking almost the same questions everywhere – what will you focus on for our kid’s early education and how will you deliver that. And getting almost the same answers
My child doesn’t play with toys
My child doesn’t play with toys “The potential possibilities of any child are the most intriguing and stimulating in all creation.” Ray L. Wilbur Der Spielzeugfreie Kindergarten – The nursery without toys Rainer Strick and Elke Schubert, public health officers in Germany, wanted to show that children can play happily and creatively when they are not being “suffocated” by their toys. The result – Boredom sets in during the initial stages of the experiment but
Free Play is the key to an effective early learning
Free Play is the key to an effective early learning What’s the big deal about big brain “The experience of play changes the connections of the neurons at the front end of your brain,” says Sergio Pellis, a researcher at the University of Lethbridge in Alberta, Canada. “And without play experience, those neurons aren’t changed,” he says. So, play impacts the brain by causing the prefrontal cortex to become bigger and faster. This is important
What is early learning?
What is early learning? Early learning is generally confused with what kids learn in school or daycare. In fact, early learning starts as early as the birthday. Babies are born learning. Very young kids learn through play, the active exploration of their environment, and, most importantly, through interactions with the significant adults in their lives. Early Literacy Learning to read and write doesn’t start in kindergarten or first grade. Developing language and literacy skills begins
Nothing inspires spatial exploration quite like the Magna-Tiles
Nothing inspires spatial exploration quite like the Magna-Tiles Designed with loose magnets built into every edge of every shape, young architects can connect and build the magnatiles into nearly anything they can imagine. Magna-Tiles develops patterning, shape recognition, building and motor skills. Shapes, buildings, vehicles, abstract structures – Anything is possible! Learn More
Balancing Cactus, reinventing bonding time
Balancing Cactus, reinventing bonding time The Balancing Cactus by Plan Toys provides the perfect opportunity to bond as a family- up to 4 players. The toy encourages critical thinking as it is all about strategy to build and balance the cactus without making it fall. Learn more
How to choose safe toys for your little one
Choosing safe toys for your little one Toys are like kids’ treasures. They are not just playthings; kids learn a lot from them and grow with them. However, if you’re not careful, toys can be dangerous too. Toys may pretence several hazards such as chemical, physical, mechanical, electrical, flammability, hygiene and radioactivity, which cannot be overlooked. If toys are not manufactured carefully and accurately, they risk to release toxic substances or they can break into
Build a colorful trail of 100 wooden dominoes
Build a colorful trail of 100 wooden dominoes Design your own domino race full of extra play value then watch them come tumbling down. Build a colorful trail of 100 wooden dominoes and add a bridge, bell, rails, and assorted tricks. Then, tap one rectangle and watch them all come tumbling down. With Hape dominoes, there are endless possibilities for 3-D thinking and engineering development. It develops children’s logic, kinesthetic, and hand-eye coordination. Learn more