Gift of learning is what your kids need this festive season.
With the festive season right upon us, we all are gearing up to shop for gifts for our loved ones. You might be one of the person who has received a long wish list from your little one for some cool new gadget or some trendy toy.
However as a parent I’m sure you would want the Gaming consoles, iPads , tablets or any other gadget out of focus this festive season. The best gift for your child could be a toy that is low-tech and which could help develop his cognitive, social, emotional, motor and language skills.
Helping your child learn through play is often downplayed, even though it’s extremely vital.
It’s about time to wrap some cool and powerful learning experience into your gifting tradition.
Holidays are the perfect time for encouraging your little muffin to learn through toys that aren’t just trendy and cool but are potential learning tools.
I’m sure like most parents you too might be too caught up in the hustle and bustle of preparing for the festivities and might not have time to look out for such Learning toys for the kids in your family.
I have recently discovered one such brand called Skola Toys that could make your job easier.
Skola Toys is the first range of self-correcting and self-paced learning toys in India that is specially curated for learning in a unique way.
They have a unique concept where they connect math, science and engineering in a way that would spark your child’s interest and would impact your child’s educational wellbeing.
Also their toys are attractive because of the creativity and uniqueness used in their designing.
Learning various concepts like language, numbers, environment, cognition and culture through play is what they aim at.
The kind of toy you choose to buy for your little one could make a difference to his development.
It’s extremely important to present an opportunity to your child to see, play and experience various challenges that would require him to practice different skills and learn something along as well.
Children have the ability to learn from any toy ( or something they deem to be a toy), however the opportunity that a toy provides for learning could depend on the depth, amount and breath of the interaction between the child and the toy.
Here are a few things to consider when you choose a toy for your little one this festive season:
• Area of learning that it would allow
• The kind of skills that your child would develop while playing with it
• Different ways that your child could engage with the toy
• Capability of the toy to grow with your child
• If the toy would last for long
• Encourage independent play
• Encourage cooperative play
• Encourage creative thinking
Skola toys is the answer for all the above pointers. Choosing toys from this brand could save you a lot of money since not only will the toys last for long but you would observe a lot of benefits from them and you wouldn’t have to worry about helping your child engage in independent play for a long time.
As a parent, I’m often on a lookout for toys which are of excellent quality and are open ended educational toys.
I’m glad that I discovered Skola toys which ensured that my search for a perfect festive gift for my kids end.
For all the parents out there who understand how important is cultivating innovation for your child’s successful future, do check out Skola toys and I’m sure you too would be amazed to see their unique collection.
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