If you have a child in your life, chances are there is a budding artist, sculptor or musician in that child for you to enjoy--or a future engineer, poet, scientist, author, or business person who loves to use his hands to create artistic or musical masterpieces. Children thrive on play with paper, crayons, paint, clay, musical instruments. (Pots and a wooden spoon will work!) This kind of play will help children learn how to use their hands, stimulate their senses, experiment with arithmetic concepts, and learn how to express themselves.
Provided By Susan J. Oliver, Tropomedia
This information is provided on behalf of the toy experts at your neighborhood toy store.