Children’s dismantling of toys is mainly driven by curiosity. Parents should care and support the child’s curiosity and encourage the child’s curiosity and spirit of exploration. Buy some toys that can be assembled and disassembled for your child, and answer the children's questions about toy principles patiently. For older children, prepare a pair of pliers, a small screwdriver and other tools for him, and teach them to disassemble and assemble them by themselves. Some more complicated toys, which are difficult to restore after opening, should be explained to the child. Criticizing and stopping children's disassembly of toys regardless of the reason, or even punishing them by not buying toys, will only cool the child's curiosity and extinguish the child's curiosity, which is not conducive to the development of the child's ability.