Guest post Quảng Cáo UAE – Play is an important part of a child’s life, a key factor in promoting the best development of children both physically and mentally. From birth, children are encouraged to have many opportunities to explore the world around them. Children quickly learn through play by touching and exploring different objects,
Play is an important part of a child’s life, a key factor in promoting the best development of children both physically and mentally. From birth, children are encouraged to have many opportunities to explore the world around them. Children quickly learn through play by touching and exploring different objects, the busy board is a useful Montessori Toy that stimulates learning through experiments. So the best way to provide children with a full sensory experience during early childhood is to provide them with a Montessori busy board.
This is a toy that children can touch and hold, learn to manipulate everyday objects to help children develop their fine motor skills. It will also help children figure out and work things out at their own pace.
So what age is the busy boards suitable for babies?
As far as I can see, this Busy Board is for babies from six months and up. Some babies up to three years old may also like it.
These boards are divided into 2 types: 1 is the Sensory Busy Board (busy board) and the Learning Board (study table) is for older children. This wooden board is attached with many different items, has many colors, simple games to teach your baby basic skills such as flipping this switch, opening the door, locking the lock and more difficult. a little bit of lace up. These boards are very diverse in design, the attachments are also different. So when choosing, parents should pay attention to a few points, for example:
Diversity of activities – there should be no similar games.
Board safety – the parts that cannot be separated from the board and toys for small children have a standard length of about 15cm. This is the standard recommended by foreign newspapers
The second type is the Learning Board, which is for older children. These boards will teach children basic knowledge before entering grade 1 such as telling the time, teaching numbers, the alphabet, and basic shapes. And there are many types of Learning Boards that even have boards that can be written on. Going back to this Busy board, I see that this product combines both types above. There are games for children to explore, touch and hold.
From there, help children practice skills and have more games to help them learn basic knowledge. Like learning numbers or watching a clock. Fine motor skills you can see here such as plugging in this electrical outlet, turning on the switch, how to open different types of door locks, pull the trigger, turn ….
At the bottom there is a model of the shoe, which is a great way for your child to practice lace up. Your child will have a great time entertaining himself by trying to learn how to tie his shoelaces. And then you can tie your own shoelaces.
In addition, the sounds emitted by objects such as bells or door latches will also increase the baby’s sense of sound.
Parents always know that children will learn quickly by touching and playing with objects – however, the problem is that many objects in the house can be dangerous, and children must not touch, for example electrical outlets. will cause electric shock or the door latch will cause hand jam. So I think this busy board will be a safe way for children to approach and interact. Let the baby freely explore and be busy exploring and playing for a long time and parents also feel secure.
With about a dozen games on this one board, I think it is very suitable for families who want to let their children practice hand-eye motor skills, get used to and use familiar everyday objects in the classroom. family. In addition, compared to three other designs of this type of board such as hand and large blocks, I think this type of hanging will also help save more space. However, parents should also pay attention to firmly install the board so that it does not fall on the little ones.
In the past, I didn’t use this board because I often take Jay to the amusement parks where there are a lot of boards like this, all ages. And I see that there are many boards that specialize in only one specific content. For example, to teach a child about teeth, there is a whole large board with teeth, a brush, toothpaste, and floss. Let your child practice brushing his teeth. There are boards that teach children about science, what types of materials, magnets can attract and which materials can’t?
In general, this busy board is a very good tool in developing children’s fine motor, increasing the time children play by themselves. Because fine motor skills will help a lot in the comprehensive development of your child’s skills and language abilities. Parents can take their children to the amusement parks for them to experience first, if the children feel interested, parents can buy them boards like this.