Alhamdulillaah, there are many beautiful, well-made toys for young children. These toys have the potential to keep children engaged for substantial amounts of time and they provide crucial learning that aides in development. Today, in'shaa allaah, some will be presented here, and later, craft ideas and activities that cost little or no money will be posted, that children will enjoy in'shaa allaah.
The first toy is a Junior Ramp:
Children between the ages of 1 1/2 - 3 years old may enjoy sending the different colour cars down the ramp numerous time while they engage in imaginary play.
The second and third toys, a Wooden Triangle Stacker and a Wooden Square Stacker give children between the ages of 1 1/2 - 3 years old the ability to practice developing their hand-eye coordination.
The next toy is Small Wooden Stacking & Nesting Bowls, Natural
Young children will spend time learning about size and sequencing and they will also work on fine motor skill development.
The last toy is a Little Lock Box:
This wooden box has compartments where children can hide objects and toys, it provides pincer-grip practice, and it helps children practice their coordination and manual dexterity skills. Plus, it is very attractive!
Toys such as those presented in this post teach children essential fine motor, hand-eye coordination and manual dexterity skills, and they also have the potential to provide children will quality play that lasts for a sustained period of time.
Check back soon for crafts and activity ideas that cost little or no money and use materials that are commonly found around the house.