disrupt the child's concentration
A psychologist at the University of Oxford in the United Kingdom believes that if there are too many toys, it is easy to distract the child's attention. When the child's energy is not concentrated, he cannot learn and play better. There was such a parent who complained to me. She said that my child couldn’t pay attention. After reading a book for less than two minutes, he went to play with building blocks. He couldn’t play with building blocks, and he went to play with other toys.
For children who have not yet formed their attention, it is really easy to be distracted when faced with various toys. It is difficult to calm down and study this toy, which is very unfavorable for the cultivation of children's concentration.
Therefore, when buying toys for a child, don't buy too much. When he gets tired of playing, changing other toys for him will also help him to develop his concentration.
Children don't know how to cherish
There is a saying that goes, "You don't know how to cherish what is too easy to get." Parents dote on their children too much. When they walk through the toy store, the parents will satisfy their children and buy them for their children. Buy and buy; when toys are readily available, children will feel that they are easy to get, and naturally they will not cherish them.
If the toy is rare, the child will cherish it very much, and even be reluctant to take it out to play; therefore, in a short period of time, do not buy too many toys for the child, and if you control the quantity, the child will will be more cherished.
In the past, our toys were all made by ourselves, and we played with them for several years. No matter how we played, we were not tired of it, and we were reluctant to throw them away and cherish them like treasures. Now children have too many toys, and we thought that the more choices we had. more, the sense of happiness will increase; but not, they are too easy to be satisfied, but will reduce the sense of happiness; there are too many contrasts, and you don’t know which toy is good at all, and it is impossible to focus your attention on On a toy, there is simply no way to experience the joy of a toy.
Not conducive to training children's thinking ability
If there are only one or two toys, the child may spend more time researching and thinking to see how the toy is played. There are many ways to play waiting for the child to explore. Such a toy is conducive to playing it. The value of it; if there are more toys, it is not conducive to children's ability to exercise thinking, and playing with anything is a three-minute heat.
Not conducive to cultivating children's other interests
If there are a lot of toys at home, the child will spend a lot of time on the toys, even eating and sleeping with the toys, so it is difficult to cultivate the children's other interests; if there are few toys, you can have more energy to Cultivate children's interest in painting, sports, music, etc., which is more conducive to children's growth.