What Do Building Toys Educate Kids?

ToyblocksSkills in Cognitive Domain. This domain revolves around critical thinking involving knowledge, comprehension, application, analysis and evaluation. Building toy develops kids’ cognitive skills to know and comprehend sizes, shapes, and positions of building units. Application skills are developed through the process of grouping, adding, and subtracting the building units. Analysis and evaluation skills are learnt through experiences with gravity, balance, geometry and creation of building units.

Skills in Affective Domain. The skill in this domain describes the way kids react emotionally and their awareness and growth in attitudes, emotion, and feelings. Building toy supports kids to manage feeling and emotion relating to the conduct of trying and error when realizing the imagination by building the blocks, pieces and units. Building toy also emotionally encourages kids in developing emotional interaction and imagination with their surrounding life and environment.

Skills in Psychomotor Domain. This domain relates to physical or kinesthetic skills describing the ability to physically manipulate a tool or instrument. Playing with building toys improves physical strength of fingers and hands, and develops eye-hand coordination. Building toys stimulates physical function, reflex actions and interpretive movements to create the skillful performance of characters and objects from the building blocks, pieces and units.

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Smarter with Construction Sets

Dec 26, 2014  |  Construction Sets  |  No Comments

ConstructionSetWhile kids are having fun and engaged with the toy of construction sets, they develop interests in science, technology, engineering and math. When playing with…

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Play It Safe at Home

Dec 26, 2014  |  Toy Health & Safety  |  No Comments

KidHomeSafetyHome is the widest area for the kids to play. They always play and have fun when staying at home, likes but not…

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Sharp Toy Risks

Aug 15, 2014  |  Toy Health & Safety  |  No Comments

Broken ToyPreventive measures should be taken to ensure that toys and components are safe for kids. The toys and components may have sharp surfaces. The…

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Stacking Block Freedom

Aug 11, 2014  |  Stacking Blocks  |  No Comments

Stacking-BlocksStacking blocks are classic and timeless toys that kids of all generations have played with for centuries. Wooden, plastic or durable cardboard blocks are manufactured…

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Exciting Marble Runs

Aug 11, 2014  |  Marble Runs  |  No Comments

Marble RunsThe marble runs offer spinner, slides, loop-de-loops, and more creations that increase the joyful and excitement. Marble run are exciting toys that allow kids…

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Gear Set Mechanics

Aug 11, 2014  |  Gear Sets  |  No Comments

Gear SetsKids find the gear set toy fascinating and educational. There are principles of mechanics and physics of motion behind all these colorful and imaginative…

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