|Toys Type||Educational Toys|
|Description:||100pcs wooden blocks in barrel|
|Product size:||16.0 cm * 13.5 cm * 3.5 cm|
|Weight：||Unit weight 0.5 kg|
|Packaging:||Printing boxes, carton boxes|
|Pcs/ctn:||10pcs per carton, 20pcs per carton|
|Custom Service||Support custom logo and packaging|
|Payment:||T/T Paypal Western Union|
|Feature:||Unit weight 0.5 kg
Product volume 16.0 cm * 13.5 cm * 3.5 cm
Strictly speaking, educational toys should be divided into children’s educational toys and adult educational toys. Although the boundaries between the two are not very obvious, they should still be distinguished. Do educational toys really have educational functions? According to a study by the Royal Academy of Sciences, people who often play with educational toys have an average IQ that is 11 points higher than those who don’t. The brain has high open thinking ability; American medical experts have also found that the incidence of Alzheimer’s disease in people who started playing with educational toys for adults before the age of 50 is only 32% of the general population, while the incidence of people who have played with educational toys since childhood is less than that of ordinary people. The population incidence rate is 1%.
Stimulate organ response
In fact, in addition to developing intelligence, educational toys also have functions. For example, to stimulate the development of functions, educational toys with brightly designed colors and attractive lines can stimulate children’s vision; and the “rings” that sound as soon as they are held, the “little piano” that emits various animal sounds when pressed, etc. can stimulate children The sense of hearing; the rolling colored balls can develop the sense of touch in children. Therefore, different educational toys are effective tools to assist children in understanding the world, helping them to cooperate with the various sensory reactions on their bodies to contact and recognize all novel things.
Coordinating body functions
In addition, educational toys also have the function of coordinating physical functions. For example, when a child builds a box of building blocks into a figure, in addition to using his brain, he must also have the cooperation of hands. In this way, through playing with educational toys, the child’s hands and feet can be trained and gradually built up. Coordination, hand-eye coordination and other physical functions; have the function of practicing social activities. Children unknowingly develop social relationships during the process of playing educational toys with peers or parents. Even in cooperation or competition, it is easy to cause stubbornness and quarrel. In fact, the spirit of cooperation and the psychology of learning and sharing are being developed to lay the foundation for future integration into society. At the same time, language skills, emotional release, and hands-on skills have all been improved.