Toys are for fun, but toys are also tools through which children learn about themselves and the world around them. As children play, they learn to
- Develop physical skills — Gross motor skills are developed as a child learns to reach, grasp, crawl, rum, climb and balance. Fine motor skills are developed as children handle small toys
- Develop cognitive concepts – children learn to solve problems, enhance their memory skills as well as their attention span.
- Develop their communication skills by negotiating roles and experience others point of view by working through conflicts about space, materials and rules positively. Hence they increase their social competence and emotional maturity which in turn helps to develop their IQ level.