CHOOSING THE RIGHT TOYS FOR YOUR KIDS MADE BY: Marwa Hussam Al-Mauly ID:PSY-FA06-017
All children are natural learners; constantly absorbing new experiences in their everyday lives. Therefore the toys they p...
NAME OF TOY DESCRIPTION 0-2 2-4 4-6 6-12 ADULTS CHALLANGING AREA ITS CREATIVE HELPS SOCIAL-INTERACTION CULTURALLY APPROPRI...
•  Mobiles and safety mirrors •  Rattles •  Pop up toys •  Picture books •  Musical toys, squeeze toys •  Infant swings • ...
A baby learns about his environment by using all 5 senses (sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch). A child this  age is ...
“ NOT A TOY” DESCRIPTION: This beautifully painted butterfly mobile will delight all children and create a calming effect ...
DESCRIPTION: A classic baby walker in the design of a truck with storage space for toys and teddies. Suitable for boys fro...
Toddlers move around the environment (walking, climbing, pushing, and riding) which is a great deal to them  and they enjo...
•  Simple puzzles, shape sorters, peg boards •  Blocks, stacking rings Picture and coloring books •  Push-pull and ride-on...
DESCRIPTION: color matching and shape sorting.  Nice to handle and excellent for early threading skills. Learning values: ...
DESCRIPTION: Picture cards and colorful classification cards. An excellent way to encourage concentration and memory train...
DESCRIPTION: Even the youngest child can discover the science of balance. These wooden scales come with eight brightly col...
AGES 4-6 A school-age child looks for new information, experiences, and challenges in play. A child in this age group is  ...
•  Puzzles (no more than 24 pieces) •  Roller skates with protective gear •  Puppets •  Storybooks •  Simple board games (...
DESCRIPTION: An exciting and unusual puzzle, which has been designed to inform and stimulate. When the puzzle has been com...
DESCRIPTION: An attractive card pot with decorated lid containing pendants, cords and assorted beads to make two necklaces...
A pre-teen is independent, yet thrives on play with other children. A child this age knows how to play fair using advanced...
•  Card and board games (Monopoly, Clue, and Life)  •  Sports equipment •  Model kits/science kits •  Jigsaw puzzles •  Bo...
Scrabble DESCRIPTION: a word game in which two to four players score points by forming words from individual lettered tile...
Dr.steele’s medical set DESCRIPTION: A medical set toy that includes different doctrine items for your child to have a fun...
Playing with educational toys in early childhood is the best foundation and helps for early speaking: here is the proof
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to some perents choosing a toy for their kids is a very important and crtical part of bringing up active and briliante kids,whicj is why i made this presentation to help these perents know what type of toys suit their kids according to their age!
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  • A baby learns about his environment by using all 5 senses (sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch). A child this age is also learning cause and effect.
  • A toddler moves around his environment a great deal (walking, climbing, pushing, and riding) and children enjoy playing with others the same age
  • A school-age child looks for new information, experiences, and challenges in play. A child in this age group is influenced by peers and is extremely social.
  • A pre-teen is independent, yet thrives on play with other children. A child this age knows how to play fair using advanced social skills
  • Choosing the right toy for my kids

    1. 1. CHOOSING THE RIGHT TOYS FOR YOUR KIDS MADE BY: Marwa Hussam Al-Mauly ID:PSY-FA06-017
    2. 2. All children are natural learners; constantly absorbing new experiences in their everyday lives. Therefore the toys they play with, play an integral part in this learning process. BEFORE I START MY TOPIC COULD YOU HELP ME ANSWER THE FOLLOWING QUESTION:
    3. 3. NAME OF TOY DESCRIPTION 0-2 2-4 4-6 6-12 ADULTS CHALLANGING AREA ITS CREATIVE HELPS SOCIAL-INTERACTION CULTURALLY APPROPRIATE GENDAR STEREOTYPING COMMENTS
    4. 4. • Mobiles and safety mirrors • Rattles • Pop up toys • Picture books • Musical toys, squeeze toys • Infant swings • Teething toys
    5. 5. A baby learns about his environment by using all 5 senses (sight, hearing, taste, smell, and touch). A child this age is also learning cause and effect.
    6. 6. “ NOT A TOY” DESCRIPTION: This beautifully painted butterfly mobile will delight all children and create a calming effect at night time. Learning Values: · Form, color and patterns. · Conceptual thought. · Imaginative Play
    7. 7. DESCRIPTION: A classic baby walker in the design of a truck with storage space for toys and teddies. Suitable for boys from around 1 to 2 years old as a walker and older children to play with as a truck. Learning Values: · Confidence building · Physical development Baby walker truck
    8. 8. Toddlers move around the environment (walking, climbing, pushing, and riding) which is a great deal to them and they enjoy playing with others the same age!
    9. 9. • Simple puzzles, shape sorters, peg boards • Blocks, stacking rings Picture and coloring books • Push-pull and ride-on toys • Large lacing beads • Crayons, markers, and clay
    10. 10. DESCRIPTION: color matching and shape sorting.  Nice to handle and excellent for early threading skills. Learning values: .Threading .Counting .Sorting .Matching
    11. 11. DESCRIPTION: Picture cards and colorful classification cards. An excellent way to encourage concentration and memory training. Learning values: .visual discrimination .logical thinking .problem solving .observation & concentration Sort and Match
    12. 12. DESCRIPTION: Even the youngest child can discover the science of balance. These wooden scales come with eight brightly colored 'weights', encouraging children to discover sides of equal value A perfect educational toy for either home or classroom use. Learning Values: · Fine motor skills · Mathematical skills · Problem solving Balance Scales
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    14. 14. AGES 4-6 A school-age child looks for new information, experiences, and challenges in play. A child in this age group is influenced by peers and is extremely social. AGES 4-6
    15. 15. • Puzzles (no more than 24 pieces) • Roller skates with protective gear • Puppets • Storybooks • Simple board games (Candy land, or Chutes and Ladders) • Dress-up with accessories
    16. 16. DESCRIPTION: An exciting and unusual puzzle, which has been designed to inform and stimulate. When the puzzle has been completed children can be encouraged to look at the images of wildlife in the border and find them in the picture. This puzzle will spark a child's curiosity and offers plenty of fascinating talking points Learning values: · Language and Literacy · Memory skills · Science and Culture Animal Puzzle: Where in The Wood?
    17. 17. DESCRIPTION: An attractive card pot with decorated lid containing pendants, cords and assorted beads to make two necklaces. Learning values: · Creative development · Fine motor skills · Form, colour and patterns Bees Knees Bead Kit
    18. 18. A pre-teen is independent, yet thrives on play with other children. A child this age knows how to play fair using advanced social skills AGES 712
    19. 19. • Card and board games (Monopoly, Clue, and Life) • Sports equipment • Model kits/science kits • Jigsaw puzzles • Board games (Sorry, Trouble, and Checkers) • Books
    20. 20. Scrabble DESCRIPTION: a word game in which two to four players score points by forming words from individual lettered tiles on a game board marked with a 15-by-15 grid. The words are formed across and down in crossword fashion and must appear in a standard dictionary. Learning Values: .challenging .language skills .spelling .more knowledge
    21. 21. Dr.steele’s medical set DESCRIPTION: A medical set toy that includes different doctrine items for your child to have a fun time with his/her peers. Learning Values: .physical skills .self confidence .social interaction
    22. 22. Playing with educational toys in early childhood is the best foundation and helps for early speaking: here is the proof

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