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First, touch with hands. Most wooden toys are handmade, so the more smooth the toy surface shows the more exquisite workmanship. Parents should choose toys with smooth surface, avoid thorn and sharp corners.
Second, smell with nose. Generally, wooden toys more or less have smell of the wood itself. If the smell is too strong, the toy might have been packaged too strict or has surface paint problems. Under normal circumstances, paint of wooden toys should be non-toxic and harmless toy special paint. But there are some using toxic paint containing a large number of excessive lead, benzene, which might lead to lead poisoning in children.
Third, wipe with cloth to check whether it fades. Generally, wooden toys is the result of complicated process of polishing, grinding, chamfering, painting, drying and other processes before appear on the market.
When parents choose toys for their children, they often focus on whether it helpful to develop the baby’s intelligence. How to select appropriate educational baby toys? Focus on the following three points:
Parents always tend to buy toys beyond the range of baby age in order to make children happier, or more rapid intellectual growth. But to buy toys beyond the age range and with multiple functions is not necessarily to please children. Sometimes children will fail to use and generate fear in the heart or suffer a setback, thus reducing the child’s ability and willingness to learn. Now a lot of smart toys fully take into account the ease of operation. Simple toys can subtly cultivate children’s habit of learning and exploration, and let constantly have sense of achievement enhance children’s self-confidence.
Therefore, it is important for parent to consider the functionality of toys while buying educational baby toys.