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Choosing appropriate toys and materials is also an significant part the child care provider's occupation. To decide on the best toys for a Particular child care plan or classroom, ask yourself the following questions:
How old are the children? Infants just learning to crawl need very different toys compared to active preschoolers or curious school-age children. Young toddlers who are developing motor skills may need climbing gear. Preschool dinosaur experts may enjoy dinosaur puzzles, books and toys. Remember that children's interests and skills change as they get older, so toys may need to be rotated regularly.
Which are the kids learning? When you see the children in your child care program, you start to know them well and also to learn how to encourage their development. A child just beginning to draw probably needs large, chunky crayons. who is mastering writing may prefer smaller crayons or fine-tipped markers to draw. Choose materials that encourage kids to take the next step in their development.
How can I support children's growth in various places? Make sure to pick toys which encourage large-motor, small-motor and thinking skills, as well as social skills and self-awareness.
When choosing toys and materials for your child care program, remember, simpler is usually better. Toys do not have to be expensive or have lots of bells and whistles to be great learning tools for young kids. Check out these articles to learn more about choosing materials and toys for young kids.