Child Educational Toys

Here you will find a review of some child educational toys that parents and early childhood educators used successfully to stimulate brain development and make your child's early learning fun and effective.

The latest findings in the growing body of medical research on early brain development reveal that social and sensory experiences during the early years have a direct effect on children's capacity to learn in the future. It is thus important that we provide good child educational toys to help your child develop these skills early in their childhood years.

The child educational toys mentioned here are generic and not specific to any brand or make. It is just a guide on how these toys help in the various development of your child.


Building Blocks , Stacking units, Shape sorter and Construction Toys

develops :
* Creativity & imagination 
* Eye-hand coordination 
* Shapes recognition 
* Thinking and Problem solving skill 
* Sensory stimulation 
* Encourage discovery and experimentation 
* Relationships recognition 





Board Games such as Monopoly , Chess, Checkers and Mancala 
develops :
* Strategic and critical thinking skills 
* Social & Emotional skills 
* Sequential thinking skills 

Music Making Toys 
develops :
* Self-expression 
* Creativity 


Themed Playsets (eg. kitchen playset ) and Dolls 
develops :
* Ability to create a pretend world where your child makes 
all the decisions 
* A sense of security and self-confidence (when your child 
controls the action and makes decisions) 


Puzzles 
develops :
* Stimulate the mind 
* Thinking & Problem Solving skills 
* Association skills 

Word Games such as Scrabbles, Math games 
develops :
* Vocabulary 
* Social & Emotional skills 
* Thinking skills

Dominoes 
develops :
* Cooperation 
* Attention span 
* Eye-hand coordination 
* Relationships recognition 

Memory Games such as Master Mind 
develops :
* Sequential thinking skills 

Lacing and tracing toys 
develops :
* Shape and color recognition 
* Eye-hand coordination 
* Sequencing, matching, and counting - all good pre-math skills

Balls 
develops :
* Coordination skills 
* Balance and movement 

Pretend Play (example: using puppets) 
develops :
* Social & Emotional skills 
* Creativity 
* Exploration and imagination 
* Expand horizons, feed imagination, and enhance physical skills



In addition to the above activities that enhances your child development, you can also develop your child's motor, cognitive, emotional and social skills via good educational softwares.







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