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Some Options for Kindergarten Aged Children

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Some Options for Kindergarten Aged Children

Here are some toys that could be well-suited to your kindergarden-aged child or student: 

1. 3D Painting Kit

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Why Wooden Toys Make the Finest Playthings

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Why Wooden Toys Make the Finest Playthings
Why are wooden toys the finest playthings?

Is there such a thing as the ideal toy? If that's the case, wooden toys could be the closest thing. Maria Montessori preferred "natural" toys made of natural materials such as wood because they are healthful, safe, and motivating for children. They're also elegant and long-lasting; some of the first toys found were made of wood.

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How Painting Assists in Children's Development

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How Painting Assists in Children's Development
Painting with young children not only encourages their creative growth but also stimulates their brain. Stimulating children's brains can also help them develop in other areas. When planning a painting exercise for young children, consider which aspects of the children's development it will benefit.

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Using Loose Parts and Educational Board Games

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Using Loose Parts and Educational Board Games
If you've ever observed youngsters playing, you know that they frequently take seemingly insignificant objects and put them to inventive use. Loose parts play is a sort of open-ended play that utilizes materials with no clear goal and limitless possibilities. It has several advantages.

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All They Do Is Play

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All They Do Is Play
Parent : What did you do at school today?
Child : play .
And there you have it. 

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