Let your kid’s imagination grow with baby…
Let Your Kid’s Imagination Grow With Baby Toys
One Thing Almost Every Child Craves for Is, Toys- the More.
Little girls can often be found indulged with their tiny kitchen sets, dolls and teddies imagining the best of stories and acting them out at free will… While boy toys Oh Boy! Its all and always about saving the world from an insurgent alien attack or checking the evil, one-eyed captain of the pirates from sailing away with the hidden treasure!
The scope of baby toys’ benefits in a child’s life is far more vast than mere entertainment. As blissful is playing with toys and living in a parallel world with them, its equally rewarding too! Studies show a stark gradation in the activity levels, quality of imagination, personas and even IQ Levels of children who play their hearts out with toys and of those who don’t. Boy’s toys aid heavily in sculpting and refining a child’s cognitive skills. Children learn to socialize, share and compete healthily while they play. While girls learn to be compassionate, caring and loving, the action heroes teach boys to grow active, bold, strong, accept failures, strive for a win and celebrate success.
Don’t these qualities aid you in becoming better persons and better citizens? Indeed, they do!
However, why do we generally come across nuances in the choice of children for their toys, pertaining to the gender? In other words, why do we usually see boys hitting at the action figures stall while girls are seen hunting for the dolls section of a toy store? Well, studies say it’s all in the genes. The present day man’s evolution can be traced back to the rhesus variety of the monkeys. Though, over time, we’ve parted from the monkeys considerably as far as our built, intellect and similar factors are concerned, our basic propensities still remain untouched! Our physical build and social structures are still in resemblance with those of our ancestors. Thereby, a research conducted on the rhesus variety eminently proved that we are so, because we are wired to be so. A group of monkeys comprising of both male and female members was given toys to play with. While the male monkeys were found to get their hands on the wheeled stuff, their female counterparts seemed to be more interested in the soft baby toys.
Females are generally seen to be a family’s nurturers and caretakers, males are a family’s financial and emotional support pillar, expected to lead it through turbulences smoothly, letting in minimal disturbances. We thus conclude that our choice of toys is in harmony with the roles that nature expects us to take up in our lives.
Now, do you see why parents never gift their little daughter a monster truck and their son, a Barbie set? Yes… Its all in the genes!