Apr 28, 2011

Toys do not replace the love

In effort to give the best for the children, we parents sometimes buy toys and artifacts of learning in exaggeration, but these creative and expensive colored artifacts are only useful for children if their basic needs for food, love and care are being met.

The development of skills encouraged by the toys is only part of the whole that they need. The children should developing as full human being, body, mind and spirit.

The children benefit from optimal development by amount of time we devoted to them and by our participation in relation to imaginative plays, reading and music with them. The interaction with the child is more important than material goods.

According to the American Academy of Pediatrics and the Committee For Early Childhood And Children in Preschool, the parents may be wasting money to buy educational toys with the specific intention of increasing a child's IQ or replace the dedication.

Similarly, learning toys do little to promote social behavior. Develop deep relationships with people does more to promote the social skills your child than any object that we can buy.

Top Mommy Blogs - Mom Blog Directory

1 comment:

satire and theology said...

'Similarly, learning toys do little to promote social behavior. Develop deep relationships with people does more to promote the social skills your child than any object that we can buy.'

In other words, toys can never replace quality time spent with children by parents, family and friends of family.

Thanks, Adelle.