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Children love toys so much, they seem to be unable to satisfy them. Which type of toy you prefer and how you play can reflect the child's psychological state and have a certain relationship with the child's character development.
Children’s nature is to play. Through playing, children feel the reality, understand the world, and increase their wits. Toys are indispensable when playing. Children of different ages have different levels of psychological development, so the choice of toys and playing methods are naturally different.
For example: the eyes of babies love to chase brightly colored objects, and toys that can make noise when shaking in their hands. A 1-year-old child not only looks at it, but also takes it with his hands, because he wants to feel the object himself, and appreciate the texture and temperature of the object. At the age of 2 to 3, I started to be interested in movable toys, and I had to touch everything between understanding and non-understanding. Children after 3 years old prefer to play with toys by themselves, and even dismantle things because he is too curious. 'What's going on? I have to figure it out.' So there was a 'disruptive' behavior in the eyes of an adult.
1. Children who like to embrace fluffy toys may be emotional, delicate, attached, and tender people. Plush toys are often cute little animals, which can be used as toys or as partners; they can be coaxed to play, or they can be used to vent their emotions, which can meet the emotional needs of children at different times. In addition, the unique soft texture of plush toys can comfort and stabilize emotions for children who are lonely, timid, and eager to care.
2. Children who like to assemble toys are usually curious, easy to be attracted, stay focused for a long time, and have more patience in doing things. Assembling toys requires the cooperation of children's brain, hands, and eyes to exercise their hands-on and coordination skills. Plastic assembling toys have beautiful colors, repeated disassembly and assembly, and are relatively safe, making them a must-have toy for children. Children under 3 years old can be matched with each other. When they are 4 to 5 years old, they can be asked to install a 'named' object according to the pattern, and they can also be encouraged to invent and create 'self-made' graphics.
3. Some children like sports toys, such as: balls, cars, guns, swords, sticks, sticks and so on. These children have been very active since they were young, often making movements such as kicking, running, and jumping, which are considered 'unstable' by their parents. They are usually energetic and courageous, and do not hide their inner emotions. Actions are their 'words' and a way of expression. Such a child likes simple toys. His happiness stems from the activity itself, and the toy is just an 'adornment' in it.
4. There are other children who like electric toys. The toy can make them happy for a moment by pressing the button switch, but the shortcoming of this kind of toys is that they can only see the 'liveness on the surface' and cannot detect the inside. secret. Some parents, because electric toys are the most expensive and easy to damage, only let their children watch their parents operate them, instead of letting them touch them. The result of this is that the child will only have fun, and his interest in toys will not last long, let alone cultivate a spirit of exploration.