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Strategies for purchasing toys for children and toy tips for young children.
We frequently hear about the requirement for one toy during the holiday buying season. A few years ago there was a rush on a stuffed animal, such as one kids watched TV. The news reported on parents standing at store lines for fighting or hours other parents to make sure their son or daughter would have one of those toys on Christmas morning. Sad to sayafter all this effort, many parents found their child playing with this toy for a couple of minutes, then putting it aside to play with something different.
Think about security and how kids would utilize a toy before you buy it.
There are lots of toys on store shelves to choose from and the price can really add up. Children often need every toy they see from the store and on TV. It is up to adults to pick the best toys for the money that they have to spend. How do you choose good toys that children will really like to play with?
Before you buy a new toy, then ask yourself the following questions about security:
Is your toy made of sturdy material that can hold up with lots of playing?
Can the toy throw or shoot items that may hurt your child's eyes?
Does the toy make loud noises which may harm a child's hearing?
Does the tag onto a painted toy state'nontoxic'?
Is the toy simple to wash and keep clean?
Does the toy work nicely?
Then Examine the toy and consider how kids would use it:
Can children use this toy in more than one way?
Can children determine how to play this toy, or does it play for them?
Is the toy right for the age of their child?
Will children of other ages be able to use this toy?
Is there anything about this toy which could raise tension or cause anxiety for the children or you?
Toys that play for your child --
Like dolls, stuffed animals, telephones, and novels that speak, sing, dance, or jump when a button has been pushed; hand-held computer games that kids play by themselves; play with computers which say the alphabet, colours, numbers, or make animal sounds.
Toys that teach violence --

Such as guns, swords, action figures of professional wrestlers, balls designed to look like dinosaurs, toys from terror TV shows or films.
Toys that do not allow children to choose how to play with them --
Like play-dough molds to produce shapes in only 1 manner or building toys that can only be built in 1 way.
Toys which are linked to TV programs, movies, music, and video games for adults or teens --
Toys that are linked to advertising, candy, and foods that are unhealthy --
Like toys with the name or emblem of a fast food restaurant on these, games or books based on name manufacturer or junk foods.
Great toy options for children
You can not go wrong by choosing toys at the groups given below.
Spectacular play --
Toys which help kids work out their thoughts on the planet.
These include blocks, toy cars, trucks, planes, boats, dress-up clothes, sea, plantation, and rainforest animals, insects, dolls, stuffed animals, instrument sets, medical kits, doll houses, puppets, props to make a restaurant, store, post office, etc..
Small thing play --
Toys for kids (three decades old and older) to use the tiny muscles in their hands and fingers. Playing with small objects helps children's learning math and science.
These include construction sets, blocks, plastic cubes which fit together, puzzles.
check this list --
Materials for kids to use in a way they select.
These include paints, paper of all sizes and colors, crayons, markers, children's safety scissors, clay, glue.
Physical drama --
Helps kids use their leg and arm muscles.
Game playing
These toys include table games, card games, and matches you or the kids make up.
Choking Cautions

Young children can choke on small objects and toy components. All things used for children under three decades old and any kids who put toys in their mouths should be 11/4 inch in diameter and between 1 inch and 21/4 inches in length. Oval toys and balls should be at least 13/4 inch in diameter. Toys should meet federal small portions standards. Any games or toys labeled as unsuitable for children under three should not be used.