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Top Toys For Kids (Part 1) - Age 2,Age 3,Age 4

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Age 2

What to buy Modelling clay

Description: Modelling clay - you can buy cheap multi-coloured modelling clay

Modelling clay - you can buy cheap multi-coloured modelling clay

Your two-year-old loves exploring his surroundings and is beginning to think creatively. Modeling clays provide the perfect opportunity to merge the two – and you will probably see your little one recreate objects that are a part of his existence, such as balls, cars and cakes. Take this opportunity to ask open-ended questions that encourage your child to describe that he’s making, suggests Fiona Walker, principal director of Julia Gabriel Canter and Chiltern House. It builds his vocabulary.

Joy Koh, marketing manager of Hasbro Singapore, started her daughter in Play-Doh when she was two. “It teaches toddlers to roll, press and extrude. I used to help my daughter roll ig out, cut out shapes and poke the clay with the Play-Doh fork to make patterns. This showed her how a cookie is made. It taught her shapes and color, too.”

Age 3

What to buy doll

Description: Girl dolls

Dolls encourage the type of role-play that’s especially beneficial to the development of language and communication skills

At this age, your child will start to react to the people around her. She’s able to play with other toddlers and respond to the emotions or actions of her friends, explains Fiona. Dolls encourage the type of role-play that’s especially beneficial to the development of language and communication skills. It allows the child to put into practice what she has heard and observed, imitating the mannerisms, reactions and vocabulary of adults.

Age 4

What to buy pedal-less bike

Description: Your four-year-old is on the brink of amazing physical growth.

Your four-year-old is on the brink of amazing physical growth.

Your four-year-old is on the brink of amazing physical growth. He probably has good balance and smooth muscle action now. By his next birthday, he would experience rapid muscle growth and start to run faster, says Tee Shan Shan, psychologist at Thomson Paediatric Centre.

Pedal-less bikes help develop his natural balance in a safe way. They are made lower to allow his feet to touch the ground, so that if he falls, it’s from a lower height. Buy from a reputable brand, as poor quality wood may contain splinters. Speed control can be a problem, so always monitor your child.

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