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    Babies learn fast, they rapidly develop new skills through listening, watching and touching. Toys stimulate a
    baby’s desire to learn, help them learn quickly through new experiences, help them develop imagination and
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                                                   Toys For All
                                            By Kadence Buchanan



    Toys are not only for kids. Adults need the relaxation and the memories beloved toys can bring
back to their memories. I still have in my room the Rubik's Cube which I managed only once to solve
and numerous times I thought of taking off its colored rectangular stickers and placing each color on
every side. I never actually did it because I was afraid of the consequences if I destroyed my fathers
favorite toy. When I understood that solving the cube requires some planning and problem-solving
skills, I was determined to succeed and I still remember the joyful screaming when I managed to
"solve" its mystery; probably by accident. Since then, I have been catching myself thinking of my
favorite old toys, like Lego and Playmobil, not very girly I know, and recapturing the times I was playing
in our then common room with my brother.

Toys are used in play by children, adults and pets. The difference a toy has from a game is that toy
play does not have clearly defined goals; that is if you do not play with my brother. Today, huge toy
chains, like "Toy-R-Us," carry a vast assortment of different toys for any age and background, covering
the needs of children and parents. But while parents spend a small fortune on acquiring the latest
model of their son's favorite car toy, the young boy will continue to play with the old one and although
he will at the beginning be extremely happy with his new possession, the old car that misses a wheel
and a door will never leave its bed.

The explanation for this type of behavior is rather simple. In fact, if you try to recall your favorite toy
while you were a kid, you will probably remember that its prime time had long passed, but you
continued holding it in your arms as you fell asleep. Some people state that their favorite ‘toy' was not
even a regular purchased toy. Any item in the house that a kid for some reason will pick up, toss in the
air or play around with can become a toy. As long as children's imagination is at work, even a rubber
band or a pillow can become a toy with which a child will feel a close connection.

Finally, today's commercialization has introduced another type of toys that are not intended as play
toys, but rather as collector items for adults. People around the globe collect these type of toys and
constitute a niche (specific target) market audience for manufacturers. But whether you are currently a
collector or not, remembering your old toys and the enthusiasm with which you played with them can
only bring a smile to your face which will last as long as your happy memory.

Toys are not only for kids. Adults need the relaxation and the memories beloved toys can bring back to



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their memories. I still have in my room the Rubik's Cube which I managed only once to solve and
numerous times I thought of taking off its colored rectangular stickers and placing each color on every
side. I never actually did it because I was afraid of the consequences if I destroyed my fathers favorite
toy. When I understood that solving the cube requires some planning and problem-solving skills, I was
determined to succeed and I still remember the joyful screaming when I managed to "solve" its
mystery; probably by accident. Since then, I have been catching myself thinking of my favorite old toys,
like Lego and Playmobil, not very girly I know, and recapturing the times I was playing in our then
common room with my brother.

Toys are used in play by children, adults and pets. The difference a toy has from a game is that toy
play does not have clearly defined goals; that is if you do not play with my brother. Today, huge toy
chains, like "Toy-R-Us," carry a vast assortment of different toys for any age and background, covering
the needs of children and parents. But while parents spend a small fortune on acquiring the latest
model of their son's favorite car toy, the young boy will continue to play with the old one and although
he will at the beginning be extremely happy with his new possession, the old car that misses a wheel
and a door will never leave its bed.

The explanation for this type of behavior is rather simple. In fact, if you try to recall your favorite toy
while you were a kid, you will probably remember that its prime time had long passed, but you
continued holding it in your arms as you fell asleep. Some people state that their favorite ‘toy' was not
even a regular purchased toy. Any item in the house that a kid for some reason will pick up, toss in the
air or play around with can become a toy. As long as children's imagination is at work, even a rubber
band or a pillow can become a toy with which a child will feel a close connection.

Finally, today's commercialization has introduced another type of toys that are not intended as play
toys, but rather as collector items for adults. People around the globe collect these type of toys and
constitute a niche (specific target) market audience for manufacturers. But whether you are currently a
collector or not, remembering your old toys and the enthusiasm with which you played with them can
only bring a smile to your face which will last as long as your happy memory.

Toys are not only for kids. Adults need the relaxation and the memories beloved toys can bring back to
their memories. I still have in my room the Rubik's Cube which I managed only once to solve and
numerous times I thought of taking off its colored rectangular stickers and placing each color on every
side. I never actually did it because I was afraid of the consequences if I destroyed my fathers favorite
toy. When I understood that solving the cube requires some planning and problem-solving skills, I was
determined to succeed and I still remember the joyful screaming when I managed to "solve" its
mystery; probably by accident. Since then, I have been catching myself thinking of my favorite old toys,
like Lego and Playmobil, not very girly I know, and recapturing the times I was playing in our then
common room with my brother.

Toys are used in play by children, adults and pets. The difference a toy has from a game is that toy
play does not have clearly defined goals; that is if you do not play with my brother. Today, huge toy
chains, like "Toy-R-Us," carry a vast assortment of different toys for any age and background, covering
the needs of children and parents. But while parents spend a small fortune on acquiring the latest
model of their son's favorite car toy, the young boy will continue to play with the old one and although
he will at the beginning be extremely happy with his new possession, the old car that misses a wheel
and a door will never leave its bed.

The explanation for this type of behavior is rather simple. In fact, if you try to recall your favorite toy



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while you were a kid, you will probably remember that its prime time had long passed, but you
continued holding it in your arms as you fell asleep. Some people state that their favorite ‘toy' was not
even a regular purchased toy. Any item in the house that a kid for some reason will pick up, toss in the
air or play around with can become a toy. As long as children's imagination is at work, even a rubber
band or a pillow can become a toy with which a child will feel a close connection.

Finally, today's commercialization has introduced another type of toys that are not intended as play
toys, but rather as collector items for adults. People around the globe collect these type of toys and
constitute a niche (specific target) market audience for manufacturers. But whether you are currently a
collector or not, remembering your old toys and the enthusiasm with which you played with them can
only bring a smile to your face which will last as long as your happy memory.

Toys are not only for kids. Adults need the relaxation and the memories beloved toys can bring back to
their memories. I still have in my room the Rubik's Cube which I managed only once to solve and
numerous times I thought of taking off its colored rectangular stickers and placing each color on every
side. I never actually did it because I was afraid of the consequences if I destroyed my fathers favorite
toy. When I understood that solving the cube requires some planning and problem-solving skills, I was
determined to succeed and I still remember the joyful screaming when I managed to "solve" its
mystery; probably by accident. Since then, I have been catching myself thinking of my favorite old toys,
like Lego and Playmobil, not very girly I know, and recapturing the times I was playing in our then
common room with my brother.

Toys are used in play by children, adults and pets. The difference a toy has from a game is that toy
play does not have clearly defined goals; that is if you do not play with my brother. Today, huge toy
chains, like "Toy-R-Us," carry a vast assortment of different toys for any age and background, covering
the needs of children and parents. But while parents spend a small fortune on acquiring the latest
model of their son's favorite car toy, the young boy will continue to play with the old one and although
he will at the beginning be extremely happy with his new possession, the old car that misses a wheel
and a door will never leave its bed.

The explanation for this type of behavior is rather simple. In fact, if you try to recall your favorite toy
while you were a kid, you will probably remember that its prime time had long passed, but you
continued holding it in your arms as you fell asleep. Some people state that their favorite ‘toy' was not
even a regular purchased toy. Any item in the house that a kid for some reason will pick up, toss in the
air or play around with can become a toy. As long as children's imagination is at work, even a rubber
band or a pillow can become a toy with which a child will feel a close connection.

Finally, today's commercialization has introduced another type of toys that are not intended as play
toys, but rather as collector items for adults. People around the globe collect these type of toys and
constitute a niche (specific target) market audience for manufacturers. But whether you are currently a
collector or not, remembering your old toys and the enthusiasm with which you played with them can
only bring a smile to your face which will last as long as your happy memory.

Kadence Buchanan writes articles for http://universeoftoys.com/ - In addition, Kadence also writes
articles for http://supershoppingtips.com/ and http://iclothingcenter.com/




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                                   Smart Children And Smart Toys
                                           By Jessica Davis



 Play would always be attached with the term “toys”. Toys are the source of fun for children kids and
even adults too. If used well, they could be aids in achieving learning and fun both at the same time.
What could smart toys do? How could smart parents use these toys for the development of their
children?

There are very helpful points that could help out in making your child even smarter:

* Each child has his or her own preference of toys. Let your child express him by deciding on what toys
is fun for him or her. With this, it will be easy for the child to think creatively and use the toys.

* Childhood is a time to build bonds of friendship among peers. Interaction toys would be of great help
as children get along with their peers. Toys like sport game toys would allow them to meet and
socialize with children of the same age.

* Toys could boost the self-confidence of a child. There are these toys which when used could promote
the reliance to one’s self by a child or children. These come through construction toys. When a child
builds it, he also builds the faith in his skill that this building may not be destroyed.

* Thinking independently is thinking smart for children. As they play using toys that will enhance their
thinking and logic skills such as puzzles and mazes would be of great help in polishing one’s head.

* A bit similar with interaction toys are relationship toys- these help the communication skills of
children. We know how important communication is, therefore, these set of toys would realty be smart.
These are really aid a child to meet people talk and listen and in the end, build links.

Toys are made not merely to be played with without purpose but we must see to it they learn and bring
out the smart young people from them through smart choices of toys. Toys are here not to be used as
early symbols of violence.

Jessica Davis is a freelance writer for the Baby Times. She writes a regular column which is published
every Thursday. Her latest 'favorite pick' is http://www.babygeniusproductions.com/.




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