How Do Parents Choose Building Blocks
- Jul 28, 2018 -

Building blocks toys are intimate partners of children's games. They are important teaching aids for children. It helps to promote children's physical and mental development in an all-round way. Playing high school is the most effective for children. If a child lacks the experience of building blocks, it will be a great pity.

Key points for children's building blocks:

0-1 years old: bright colored bricks. Children before the age of 1 have not yet formed a real sense of the concept of space, the standard hexahedron, a certain sense of quality, in line with the principle of mechanics of the building blocks, to them is not very significant, so the best choice of interesting blocks. Such as cloth blocks, it is soft, bright color, and animals or fruits and other patterns, can let children perceive color, understand objects, develop touch and so on, and do not have to worry about hard bricks to hurt children. Of course, if such toys are not prepared, dolls, stuffed animals, books and so on can also play such roles. Babies like to put all their things in their mouths, so whether they are wooden blocks or cloth blocks, they are safe and non-toxic.

1-2 years old: portable building blocks. More than 1 years old children's spatial consciousness is beginning to grow. Even without bricks, they like to pile up everything and then watch it fall down happily. If the building blocks are painted, there are puppies, kittens or dolls home and other decorations. Children will prefer to play. Because children's physical control and hand eye coordination are not very good at this time, they should choose lightweight building blocks to prevent children from falling down when building blocks collapse. The blocks are not too big to be grasped for the children.

2-3 years old: the standard size of the building blocks. Children with more than 2 years of age have developed space concepts, language, thinking and imagination. Hand movements and hand eye coordination are enhanced, and can be done a little more complicated. At this point, you can choose the standard building blocks for him, for example, two semicircle is just a circle, and the length of two short products is just equal to a long block and so on. This kind of building blocks can give children more space to create and express.