The Designers Chic

Monday, January 5, 2009


As a parent, both Ralph and I are always on the look out for the newest toys in the market. We tend to agree that toys should not only be for amusement but also for learning, to enhance motor skills as well spark the kids imagination. To sum it all up we try to buy fun and educational toys. With our oldest Kayla at 5 years old and in Kindergarten she has a very active mind and imagination. What better way to feed a mind that is like sponge than a Building toys that fosters creativity, learning and imagination. What i love about these new Magnext toys is it provides our child endless chance and ability to create her very own masterpieces and play with it at the same time. This not only enhances her mind but also her motor skills. And we haven't talked about the added benefits that she gets out playing with these toys.
  • Creativity and Imagination - Kayla can create and put into reality what is on her mind and show off her skills in building and creating her own masterpiece.
  • Reasoning and Problem Solving - This will give her a chance to think and learn by trial and error.
  • Focus and Attention - Develop her ability to focus on things in front of her.
  • Fine Motor Skill - It will improve more of her motor skills that involves holding, building and creating
  • Colors and Shapes - It will keep her mind sharp on all the colors, shapes and details of the toy pieces.
  • Organization - It can help her train of thoughts on what her next move is and keeping her toys together.
Those are just a few of the things she could learn out of playing with the Magnext Toys. To better see and read what I'm talking about just go on to the site. I'm sure you will agree with me that this is not only a toy for amusement but also for improving our child's development.


Davida said...

Oh, yes! I love these kinds of toys. For my daughter's birthday, learning toys were the only things on the registry. She can't really understand most of them yet, but we're starting early.



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