Surely, everyone found themselves in a situation where you do not know what to do with your child. To date, a large number of different board games and educational activities have been invented. The main thing is to choose the right game according to the child’s preferences. If a child loves to draw, it can be a coloring book, an album and paints, and if a child loves to create something, then it can be plasticine, a construction set and puzzles. And most importantly, in this way you develop your child.
Well, one of the best options would be lego toys. Since Lego will definitely make your child smarter. But what is Lego and why is it so useful? Lego are special educational games, which are sets of parts for creating various objects. Primarily, construction is very beneficial for hand motor skills, which develop attention, thinking, coordination, imagination, and speech development. And very young children, with the help of their parents, will be able to learn new colors and names of details thanks to Lego. Also, constructors are very good at developing logical thinking, since assembling the desired item is not so easy as it might seem at first glance. Your child will also develop attention, perseverance and patience,while assembling the constructor. Since in order to assemble the coveted figure, you need to strictly follow the instructions and carefully rally every detail. And the main feature is the different levels of complexity of the assembly, which is why this occupation is suitable for children of any age. If your child is under 5 years old, then you can find a large number of figures of people and animals with easy attachment. If your child is from 5 to 12 years old, then sets with different characters from cartoons with a more complicated assembly would be an excellent option. And if your child is from 12 to 16 years old, then you can find unique constructors with various mechanisms and software.
Therefore, do not miss the chance to please and entertain your child with an exciting game.
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