Let your child be creative

Toys are universally entertaining.

Construction and assembling blocks can change the way a child thinks. Building projects stimulate creativity and sharpen crucial motor skills.

Psychologists agree that it is important to provide and design an environment that can enhance problem solving from a young age. It has also been proven that complex block playtime is linked with advance math skills later on in life.

Assembling toys, blocks, pipes etc. exercises the child’s ability in hand-eye coordination, stimulates imagination and gives their mind a whole new space to expand. Play encourages creativity, imagination, perseverance and the development of language and social skills. Children become more confident and develop a stronger sense of identity through play. Children can work together to design and build intricate and thoughtful structures using their creativity, imagination and logical thinking. They encourage problem solving and logical thinking to solve issues such as balancing blocks, where the next piece goes and how to make the structure they want to build. Researchers suggest  kids become friendlier and more social when they work on construction blocks.

ColossalUmbrella encourages kids to indulge in such toys and so we have procured a few of them on sale. Checkout our collection and if interested, contact us at info@colossalumbrella.com

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31 Comments on “Let your child be creative”

  1. This is so important! Creativity allows children’s minds to question and learn and puzzle! Not to mention have fun

  2. You are so right – kids love building things, and building things is good for math skills. Then again, my kiddos are already ahead of grade in math – and Daddy is a mathematician lol – so not sure whether we can blame the math on Daddy or on the legos lol…

  3. My two young boys (ages 2 and 4) absolutely love building toys! Almost everything they have is building or creating in some way. They have multiple bins full of wooden train tracks, Playmobil, Legos, Hot Wheels tracks, and a few others. For Christmas and birthdays, we just ask for toys that add on to these so they are always using their imagination (and learning in the process)!

  4. From my experience with my two kids, I know how important creative play can be. It saddens me to see that nowadays, some kids are only attached to electronic devices. Thank you for your post that reinforces the need for creative play.

  5. The whole live is a game and it is never too early to start. Child’s who play all through their childhood will have it later easier to explore and find ways to handle things in life.

  6. Creative and imaginative play are so important in regards to a child’s development. I had no idea the benefits of blocks though. That’s totally awesome!

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