Toysmax, located at the well-known motherland of toys- ChengHai Shantou, it is one of the most professional
manufacturer and a reliable toy supplierwho attach great importance to quality.
Whether it is choosing toys or playing with toys, parents, teachers, and staff caring for children should have the following common sense:
1. Use toy safety signs as a guide. Look for warning information or other safety information on toy packaging, such as age warning labels, warning labels for specific hazards, the name and address of the manufacturer or seller, and the trademark/mark of the manufacturer or distributor.
2. Toys bought by older children may not be suitable for younger children to play, or may not be safe for younger children.
3. Be especially cautious when choosing toys for children under 3 years old. Do not buy toys with small parts that may be swallowed or inhaled, including small balls and uninflated balloons, and those with sharp or rough edges.
4. Ensure that soft rattles, squeeze toys, and teething toys cannot be completely inserted into the child's mouth even in the most compressed state.
5. No matter how old the child is, if they still have the habit of biting objects, make sure that the size of the toy or toy parts is large enough so that it will not be swallowed by the child, or the mouth or throat will be blocked.
6. Check that the sutures of stuffed animal toys and rag dolls are firm and firm, and make sure that the eyes, nose, buttons, straps or other decorations are well fixed and cannot be pulled or bitten off.
7. Only children over 8 years old can play electric toys with heating elements, and they must be under the supervision and guidance of adults when they play with these toys.
8. Make sure that the tops of the arrows and darts used by the child are blunt, such as rubber or soft plastic suckers, plugs or other forms of protection. Make sure that the tip of the arrow and the stem are tightly integrated.
9. Look for words like 'machine washable, surface washable' on stuffed toys and cloth toys, as well as toy safety certifications.
10. Do not let children hold toys and other packaging materials.
11. For some high-priced toys, parents must ask the staff to open the packaging and adjust the toys on the spot. On the one hand, they can understand how the toys are used, and on the other hand, they can also check whether the toys have quality problems.