What are the effects of toys on children's growth
The significance of children's toy structure game is mainly through the construction of various objects or buildings by young children, which can promote the development of thinking and the habit of hands-on operation, and form the purpose of using both hands and brains. In the process of using various materials, they can directly understand various substances. The performance of various materials, the shape and quantity of various materials, etc., and the knowledge and experience of using various materials in the structure, and the children's design and conception ability can also be exercised. For example, building blocks need to be built one by one, layer by layer, to build a building or a reservoir. Success will only be achieved after many failures. This is a good way to exercise the will of young children.
Toys are the angels of children. Why do you say that? Toys play a great role in the process of children's understanding of the world around them. Toys attract children's curiosity and attention with their bright colors, beautiful and strange shapes, dexterous activities, and pleasant sounds. Toys are specific actual objects, similar to real objects, which can satisfy children's desire to use their brains and manipulate objects. There are various types of toys and various ways of playing, which can arouse children's interest. Good toys can stimulate children's desire to play games. They are textbooks for children's learning and their favorite life partners.
Children's toys can mobilize the enthusiasm of children's activities.
The physical and mental development of children is achieved through activities. Toys can be freely manipulated, manipulated and used by children, which is in line with children's psychological hobbies and ability levels. It can meet the needs of their activities and improve their enthusiasm for activities. For example, "rocking horse" toys, young children will ride on it naturally and swing back and forth, which not only meets the requirements of their activities, but also makes them have positive and pleasant emotions, so they will never tire of playing for a long time. Another example is the "doll" toy, which can cause children to do a variety of activities. Children of all ages can play games with dolls according to their own life experiences, which can vary from simple to complex.
Children's toys can enhance perceptual awareness.
Toys have the characteristics of intuitive image, children can touch, hold, listen, blow, see, etc., which is conducive to the training of various senses. For example, colored sets of towers, blow-molded toys, various dolls and toy animals are conducive to visual training; octave bears, small pianos, tambourines, small trumpets, etc. can train hearing; building blocks, plastic pieces, and structural models can be developed Spatial perception; various puzzles, inlaid toys, soft plastic toys, etc. can exercise the sense of touch; pulling duck carts, trolleys, tricycles, two-wheelers, etc. also contribute to the development of kinesthetic sense. While developing sensory and motor abilities, toys not only enrich children's perceptual knowledge, but also help to consolidate children's impressions in life. When children are not widely exposed to real life, they know the world through toys.
Children's toys can arouse young children's associative activities.
For example, toys in hospitals and dolls’ homes can arouse children’s associations with hospitals and families, and can promote children to develop creative role games; some toys of labor tools can induce children to perform simulated labor such as planting trees, digging rivers, and building. Some toys are specially used for thinking training, such as various chess games, various intellectual toys, etc., which can improve children's analysis, synthesis, comparison, judgment, reasoning and other abilities, and cultivate thinking depth, flexibility and agility. Actively engage in activities such as thinking, imagining, etc., and express it through other activities of the hands or body.
For example, when playing with "Jiesu" toys, children need to conceive, imagine, and choose materials to achieve a given purpose; when assembling, they need to use their hands and brains. Children will also encounter some difficulties when using toys. These difficulties require them to rely on their own strength to overcome and persist in completing tasks, thus cultivating the good quality of overcoming difficulties and making progress.
It helps to cultivate a collective concept and a spirit of cooperation.
Some toys are required for children to use together. Such as "telephone" toys, there are two sides of the call, and even a pager, which can help children understand learning and life experience, practice and peer cooperation. Another example is the "long rope" toy, which itself requires many children to use it collectively. In the long rope skipping game, children coordinate each other's actions and enhance the collective concept.