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Dosiayr Wooden Cartoon Box Building Blocks Children Kids Puzzle Toy

Do you want to have an interesting toy for kids? This Wooden Cartoon Box Building Blocks Children Kids Puzzle Toy can satisfy your needs.Build hand-eye coordination and color recognition skills with the educational wooden building...
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  • Expand and practice your kid's patience, potential, assembly ability, broaden their horizon to develop intelligence with these multi-colored building blocks toy
  • New style, have new challenge of the wooden building blocks is for the people who like to play puzzle toys
  • The wooden building blocks keep children playing for hours and they will have great interest in it
  • There is no need to use any metal screw or other tools for connection
  • The wooden building blocks is also great for entertainment and recreation usage, making children grow up with happiness
  • Kids puzzle toy comes in various shapes, sizes, and colors
  • Material: High Density Wood
  • Size: 14.5 x 14.5 x 14.5cm/5.7 x 5.7 x 5.7in


Dosiayr Wooden Cartoon Box Building Blocks Children Kids Puzzle Toy

  • Each block is a different shape, which fit into matching slots. There is no need to use any metal screw or other tools for connection

Dosiayr Wooden Cartoon Box Building Blocks Children Kids Puzzle Toy

  • Perfect toy to help children master an abstract concept. Kids puzzle toy comes in various shapes, sizes, and colors

Dosiayr Wooden Cartoon Box Building Blocks Children Kids Puzzle Toy

  • This high quality building blocks set comes in storage box that makes clean up and storage easy

Dosiayr Wooden Cartoon Box Building Blocks Children Kids Puzzle Toy

  • Expand and practice your kid's patience, potential, assembly ability, broaden their horizon to develop intelligence with these multi-colored building blocks toy

How to Use Building Blocks in Teaching Children:

  • Teach math skills with your child's building blocks. Preschoolers love counting things. Help your preschooler to increase the highest number to which she is able to count by lining up blocks, asking your child to count them, and then increasing the number each time
  • Use colored building blocks to help your child practice colors. Point to each block and let her tell you the name of the color. Teach older preschoolers about mixing colors by placing a red block, a blue block and a purple block in a line while explaining how to mix one color with another color to get a whole new color. Repeat the process with the other colors
  • Introduce a basic science lesson by using the building blocks to set up a basic science experiment. Let your preschooler predict how many blocks she will be able to stack before the tower of blocks falls down. What will happen when too many blocks are added to the tower? Test the hypothesis
  • Encourage your preschooler's social skills by reinforcing the process of sharing. Divide the blocks and build separate structures. As you build, you might each discover that the other has a block better suited for what you are each are building. Ask your preschooler if you might trade a round block for a square one to complete your structure. Reinforce the proper social etiquette as you conduct your trade
  • Encourage your preschooler's art skills by using the blocks to make pictures. This also works wonders for the imagination. A square block becomes a picnic table at the park. A round block might be a tree. Help your child's picture making to progress beyond crayons and paper by using the building blocks as a new way to create art

How to Choose Appropriate Toys for a Baby:

Dosiayr Wooden Cartoon Box Building Blocks Children Kids Puzzle Toy

  • If the toy is too basic or too advanced for your baby, she will not get much enjoyment from it and could actually injure herself. Your baby may like playing with a toy made for a 2-year-old. However, it may not be safe for her to do so
  • A baby will enjoy a toy that stimulates one or more of his senses. A colorful mobile is stimulating to his sight; a musical toy will stimulate hearing
  • Make sure that the toy is sturdy and well-made. The paint or finish on a toy must be nontoxic, and there should be no sharp edges or corners
  • Choose toys that are washable to prevent bacteria growth--infants put everything into their mouths
  • Toys that are too small or have small, removable parts present a significant choking risk
  • Toys that have strings or ribbons longer than 6 inches are unsafe for your baby due to the risk of strangulation
  • Make sure that all stuffed animals are safe. The eyes must not be made of small pieces that can be pulled or chewed off. Be sure the stuffed animal has no loose wires and strings and that it is well made

How to Organize Baby Toys:

  • Sort through your baby's toys and store or donate those she doesn't play with anymore. This way, you only need to find storage for her favorites, and her play area won't become overcrowded with toys she's not interested in
  • Crouch down to have a baby's eye-view of your child's play area. This will help you determine the level at which to organize the toys. Place toys that are popular with your baby toy on lower shelves and place toys your baby doesn't play with often or that are beyond her age group on a higher shelf
  • Purchase open containers to hold popular toys and place them on the floor so your baby can easily access them. Buy some plastic baskets in which to store books and puzzles
  • Invest in a toy box for larger toys, and small plastic containers for toys with smaller parts. Allow your baby to play with only a few toys at a time, so that she can remain focused on one task, and you can prevent her toys from becoming a disorganized mess
  • Organize your baby's toys with labels for the toy containers. Consider making labels using pictures together with words, so your young baby can eventually identify what the containers hold
  • Create a toy library. Purchase a big storage container with a lid, and place some of her toys inside. Stash this container in a closet or under a bed, and every few weeks, bring it out and swap some of the toys inside with toys she's currently using. Your baby will enjoy playing with the toys she hasn't seen in awhile, and you've successfully removed the daily clutter associated with too many baby toys
  • Institute several clean-up times throughout the day. An older baby can help you keep her toys neat and organized once she learns where they are stored

How to Make Baby Toys:

  • Empty plastic bottles are a great start for baby toys. Save bottles of all shapes and sizes as you empty them. Small water bottles that easily roll, large soda bottles that can be hugged, and small medicine bottles that can easily be palmed. Clear bottles work the best (because the baby is visually stimulated by the seeing the contents), but they don't have to be to make great toys. Just be sure to keep the lids as well
  • Clean the bottles and the lids thoroughly to make sure all the contents are rinsed out. You don't want your little guy getting any leftovers while he's playing with his new baby toy
  • Babies love toys that make noise. Put things in the bottles that can rattle around. You can use marbles, popcorn kernals, rice or uncooked (tri-color is even better) pasta. You don't need a lot of filling, just enough that it will make a noise when your baby plays with his new toy
  • Use a hot glue gun before screwing the lids back on each of the bottles. It's extremely important to make sure the lids can not be removed. You don't want your baby removing the lid and getting ahold of the contents of his new toy
  • Remote controls also seem to be a favorite toy for many babies. They enjoy pushing the buttons and remotes are often easy to hold. If you don't want your baby messing up your tv, find and clean an old remote from a tape player you don't use or a TV that no longer works
  • Remove the batteries. In the empty battery compartment place a few corn kernals or small pieces of pasta. This is so your baby's toy remote attracts his ear as well as his fingers
  • Use the hot glue gun to permanently attach the door to the battery compartment. Wa-la! You have a great new baby toy

Package Included:

  • 1 x Set of Wooden Cartoon Box Building Blocks