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Every child loves to play with trains at a young age. While many parents believe their children are just playing, trains can benefit the children in many ways. Remember, playing with toys does not mean your child is wasting time; it is a vital part of your child’s development. From problem-solving skills to the imagination, communication, and fine motor skills, toy trains can boost your child’s developmental stages. The endless ways of assembling train tracks help your child develop creativity and imagination. Continue reading “Are train sets good for kids?” »

One of the skills that we parents should develop after we have children is the ability to observe. Especially in early childhood, the period from gestation to age 6, children are a daily factory of novelties both from the motor and cognitive point of view as well as the social and emotional. Suddenly, that little person starts to walk, talk, and even “chirp” and you get the impression that it came from nowhere. Have you ever felt that? This same observation should be applied to playtime. Suddenly, without you expecting it, the make-believe game begins. Continue reading “At what age do kids play pretend with toys?” »

Childhood is a time of discovery, curiosity, and development, with children increasingly seeking autonomy and new adventures. A bedroom is a special place for children, where they rest and often play. Nowadays, the children’s room has been gaining more and more attention in terms of decoration, and wall stickers are an excellent alternative to enhance the children’s room without having to spend too much. Continue reading “How should I choose the right wall sticker for my child’s room?” »

According to UNESCO, child autonomy is the compilation of the 4 pillars of education: learning to know, learning to do, learning to live together, and learning to be. The aim is to influence child development in a healthy way and teach little ones to think and act on their own. In this post, you can understand the importance of children’s autonomy and how to stimulate it in a healthy way.

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