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Guide to Choosing the Right Toy

Guide to Choosing the Right Toy

Toys rarely keep their marketing promises. We want to tell you how to get rid of deceptive advertisements, how to buy the right toys, and how you don't even have to buy toys.

As with everything, there is no magic answer, of course. Unfortunately, there is no quick solution for our educational and educational toy needs and the right choice. But of course, there are some basic principles that can be applied.

We continue to buy toys for our children, who are more valuable than anything, especially in the first years and maybe even after, and we can't help but think that the last toy we bought is that wonderful toy we finally found.

However, the reality is much different. In fact, there are only a limited number of essential and essential toys that really significantly support children's learning and development. In other words, our children don't need as many toys as we think.

Children seldom come across a toy that impresses them deeply. They become passionately attached to him and play with the same excitement for hours. Maybe subconsciously or maybe consciously, this is exactly the atmosphere we try to create with each new toy. We try to recreate that excitement and commitment with every new toy we buy. But the truth is, we don't know what a child will tie into next.

In fact, all we can do is give them the foundations, the infrastructure on which they can build their own unique structures.

Simplicity is the most important feature that can be in a toy!

Simplicity is the most important feature to look for in a toy!

The toys you will find on our site can be described as simpler, maybe even less 'exciting'. But children often return to these toys over and over again. The toys we offer are mostly toys that sit in the background, playing a supporting role as building blocks for other activities. They are multifunctional passive toys. Blocks, wooden balls, a simple dollhouse, simple wooden figures. No matter how exciting it may seem, a simple block can turn into more things in our child's little hands than an adult can think of, and it can be the building block of an exciting and creative game.

Therefore, being more selective when buying toys and following the basic principles below can provide an infrastructure for a more creative and more exciting, independent play atmosphere for our child.

  • Safety (Not ingestible, harmful dyes used etc.)
  • Age appropriateness, the function provided by the toy is compatible with the cognitive and physical development level of our child.
  • Being a passive toy.
  • Compatible with our child's personal interests (especially for seniors).

Let's not go without mentioning that;

If your child is used to playing with fast-paced, noisy active toys, don't expect them to embrace passive toys right away.

But their first reaction should not turn you away from introducing passive toys to your child, and you should not raise the surrender flag right away. As with anything, it's important to put in the effort and spend some time helping your child explore the creative possibilities of new items.

And we don't recommend throwing out all the old toys and just imposing new toys on your child. It may be more realistic to see the impact of even a gradual transition or partial change on your child within a reasonable time frame and perhaps proceed accordingly.

We can say that even in a partial change within a few days or maybe a few weeks; You will notice that your child slows down in their games by thinking more creatively.

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