Does your child have a full toy box but only play with a select few? Toys that only do a small, limited number of things often get tossed aside.
They are fun for awhile but pretty soon they become too predictable. That results in boredom and kids don't like to be bored.
So they find something else to play with and the boring toys end up in the bottom of the toy box.
The best toys are those that require imagination and can be used in a variety of ways.
Here are ten toys that are good for keeping your child's attention.
Musical Instruments:- Most children love music. The only thing better than listening to it is making it themselves.
If real musical instruments are not an option, there are toy drum sets, xylophones, kazoos and more that kids can play with.
They could even get other kids together and form a band.
House play or Gardening Tools
House play or Gardening Tools:-Kids love to imitate adults. A kitchen set, toy vacuum cleaner or a set of gardening tools can help them do so more accurately.
You could enlist them to help you when you're doing housework or yard work. They will stay occupied and feel a sense of accomplishment.
Sand pit:-A sandpit full of toys provides a wealth of opportunities. Kids can learn a lot by playing in sand.
They can use sticks to make designs, add water and make sandcastles,
or make trails with their toy cars, add buckets/containers to learn math concepts such as weight and measure.
Dress-up Clothes:-Playing dress-up lets kids put together outfits and pretend to be anyone or anything.
You don't have to buy a dress-up set.
Just get out all of the old clothes you can find and let their imaginations run free!
Balls:- not only keep a child busy, they also encourage physical activity.
There are numerous ways that children can play with them, so they never get boring.