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Playing dolls’ houses is an activity that never goes out of fashion. In fact, at the moment it is one of the most fashionable games. It is an interesting toy for child development. It is a game that children play without anyone having to teach them what to do. They just imitate what adults do in their daily lives. Continue reading “What are the benefits of buying your child a dollhouse?” »

A wooden dolls house is the perfect way to spark your child’s imagination. Traditional dollhouses can be an amazing gift for the child in your life. Nevertheless, many of the models today can also be super modern and feature removable floors as well as balconies. But there are also the educational dollhouses that encourage STEM skills. Below are a few of our favorites to help you select the perfect house. Continue reading “Best Wooden Dolls’ Houses for Pretend Play” »

If you have a baby at home you must have noticed that right in the first months he or she starts to take everything in front of them into their mouth, including hands and feet. Welcome to the child’s oral phase, which is exactly during the first two years of life and also coincides with the birth of the first teeth. And it is exactly in this period that a simple object begins to have fundamental importance for your child’s oral health: the teething toy. Continue reading “What is the importance of the teether for the baby’s oral health?” »

A ball pool can help your child develop fine motor skills and cognitive abilities. As your child is sat in the ball pit, he or she will learn to grab and pick up the bright colored balls, but since it is in your own home, you don’t need to worry about other children spreading germs to your little one. In addition, you can teach your child colors as they reach for the balls and challenge them to find a ball of a certain color. Continue reading “What age is a ball pit suitable for?” »

If you have a spirited and energetic toddler, you’ve probably spent some time thinking of activities to keep them occupied during these cold, restricted months. Are you looking for ways to promote imaginative play? We bet your child would use a busy board for years! A typical busy or activity board consists of old skeleton keys, latches, knobs, locks and other random objects. Take a piece of plywood or wood and paint it or decorate it as you like. Then just attach all the stuff you have and voila! Besides being decorated, painted, etc. The stuff can also be customized. Here are a few ideas to inspire you to create something for your children! Continue reading “DIY Busy Boards For Toddlers That Are Cool And Easy” »

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