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Top Toys For Kids (Part 2) - Age 5, Age 6, Age 7, Age 8, Age 9

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Age 5

What to buy role-play toy

Description: Group role-play has the further effect of encouraging him to listen to others, share and take turns.

Group role-play has the further effect of encouraging him to listen to others, share and take turns.

Your child now has a vocabulary of about 2,000 words, loves telling long tales, and can identify the difference between fact and fiction, says Shan Shan. This means role-play is extremely enjoyable to him. According to Fiona, it’s great way to stimulate his imagination and build language and problem-solving skills, too. Group role-play has the further effect of encouraging him to listen to others, share and take turns.

Don’t even try to avoid aggressive play because boys will be boys, says Fiona. “Give a boy a stick and he will turn it into a gun! Instead, participate in their play and suggest alternative solutions to everyone getting killed.”

Age 6

What to buy crafts

Description: Your six-year-old already has a sophisticated awareness of creativity and aesthetics, Fiona explains.

Your six-year-old already has a sophisticated awareness of creativity and aesthetics, Fiona explains.

Your six-year-old already has a sophisticated awareness of creativity and aesthetics, Fiona explains. Most will enjoy making models and creating their own versions of small toys or gadgets. They are also developing fine motor skills at this age, so craft toys that involve cutting, tracing and folding are beneficial. The accuracy and detail work that these toys require train patience, concentration and problem-solving, too.

Age 7

What to buy board game

Description: Their love of rules means that board games are interesting to them.

Their love of rules means that board games are interesting to them.

“It’s at this age that the war cry of ‘that’s not fair’ may ring through your home more than you like,” says Fiona. Seven-year-olds like to understand clear rules – and want them be adhered to. It’s very important to them that games, sharing and turn-taking in any situation is fair. Their love of rules means that board games are interesting to them. There’s also always a winner and a loser in such games. It’s fact that can be applied to life, which your child is old enough to understand at this age.

Age 8

What to but lego

Description: Lego, an open-ended construction toy, appeals to him.

Lego, an open-ended construction toy, appeals to him.

Your eight-year-old demonstrates good understanding of numbers, shapes and dimensions. So, naturally, Lego, an open-ended construction toy, appeals to him. It enables him to think, imagine, create, design and extend language. Fiona assures that themed sets don’t limit your child’s imagination. Instead, they develop different skills in him, such as reading and following instructions. Plus, he always has the freedom to create his own play or drama with them.

Age 9

What to buy science kit

Description: “Science kits give them opportunities and tools to further explore a certain area, and with clear instructions on how to go about it.”

“Science kits give them opportunities and tools to further explore a certain area, and with clear instructions on how to go about it.”

Children of this age are very interested in the environment around them and often love doing research in their areas of interest. “Science kits give them opportunities and tools to further explore a certain area, and with clear instructions on how to go about it,” says Fiona. However, Shan Shan warns that some kits could over-simplify scientific concepts. Others have several loose, small parts that are easily lost, which will make the entire kit ineffective. So you may not want to spend too much on these toys.

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