Any modern online store of educational toys can offer its customers dozens of different options for children aged 3 months to 3 years. Such a variety of options can completely confuse young parents. In order to avoid such a problem, they need to be guided by several criteria.
The first and main criterion for choosing educational toys for children is age. At each specific age, children have different needs in stimulating certain physical and intellectual skills. For example, at the age of up to one year, children need developing toys that train their eyesight, touch and hearing. In addition, educational toys for children up to a year should train coordination between hands and eyes. An example of such children’s products are rattles and mobiles. Continue reading
Despite the fact that children’s toys date back more than one millennium from the day they were founded, not all of them appeared at the same time. The youngest is considered the story of soft toys, starting from the 19th century, when caring mothers began to sew funny figures of animals, birds and people to their children. Bright shreds of fabric then became materials for creativity, and the stuffing for all this splendor was straw, sawdust and other improvised means. On an industrial scale, soft toys began to appear a little later. Chronicles date their birth to the 20th century. Manufacturers used all the same sawdust, cotton wool as a filler. Later – synthetic hypoallergenic materials such as holofiber and synthetic winterizer. Continue reading