Includes everything kids need to imagine they are healing toys and giving checkups. Doc’s friend Lambie is included, and future doctors can use the electronic Big Book of Boo Boos to make a diagnosis.
Preschoolers are ready to take on a new type of play. Toys for kids this age encourage imaginative and creative activities with role-playing and pretend play. They provide opportunities for active play, get kids to exercise, and capture their spirit of adventure. Social and emotional skills are emerging, so music, arts and crafts, teamwork, and language skills are important to build self-esteem. Toys in this age group should help teach vocabulary and social skills and result in a sense of accomplishment. View the skill key.
Development of Large & Small Motor Skills: Improves hand-eye coordination skills with detailed active play, develops balance and dexterity, and improves physical awareness.
Social Interaction: Encourages team play and fosters close relationships with challenging and competitve activities or shared role-play interactions.
Emotional & Social Intelligence: Develops art, music, language, and social skills. Explores creative, imaginitive play, and role-playing.
School Readiness: Supports math, logic, and spatial skills. Enhances language, reading, and writing skills. Discovers science, nature, and exploration.
Smart Tech: Enhanches knowledge of computers, programming, music, digital imaging, communication, the Internet, geography, and world events.
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