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karven karven, Posted: 2014-02-19 04:39:14
There are so many toys in the world, but why do dome kids like to play with building blocks toys, especially when these toys are related to a cartoon like Pleasant Goat and Grey Wolf block toy set or a game such as Angry Birds building blocks(http://www.toyswill.com/angry-birds-flying-chess-building-blocks-toys-p-2181.html)? Maybe reasons are as follows.

Firstly, building blocks toys can practice children’s imagination as well as creation. Before playing, they have to use their brains to consider that how to build these blocks and which shapes they can build. Secondly, their hands-on abilities are developed because they have to build these toys by themselves. Thirdly, children can play with the toys in the company of parents so that it will be beneficial to parent-child interaction. In a word, building blocks toys are educational toys that deserve to be loved by kids.

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