Guide to Choosing LEGO Toys for Children

If you're looking for toys that are both fun to play with and educational for your child, LEGO toys are a very good option.

LEGO toys are known worldwide as one of the best educational toys for children of all age groups.

Every child can appreciate the quality of LEGO toys. Apart from being fun, these toys help children develop imagination, creativity, and even social skills.

LEGO toys are probably the best sold toys in history. Some recent statistics revealed that the amount of LEGO pieces sold since they first appeared is equivalent with more that 30 LEGO pieces for every person on Earth.

That is more than 180 billion LEGO pieces!

Nothing to wonder, because LEGO toys are really great. They are both educational and fun. From a few pieces your child can build the most interesting structures or machines your child can imagine.

If your child builds a machine and after a while he gets bored of it, he can always dismantle it and build another one, ten times more interesting than the first one.

What are LEGO toys?

LEGO toys consist of a number of plastic pieces with a special catching device. Your child connects the pieces one to another to create special structures.

You can compare it to the assembly of a house from prefabricated pieces. Of course, it's a lot easier.

In most LEGO packets you find pieces to build a certain structure or machine. The design is always interesting and innovative. It's fun to put all the pieces together and to watch how your machine takes shape.

However, as was my case, assembling the machine more than two times can become boring. The solution? I had more than one LEGO toy kits and I started combining them to make very sophisticated (and strange) structures.

This was (and still is) very fun for me.

Every time you assemble the pieces you end with a new LEGO structure. Kids love that, and it motivates them to dismantle the structure and start the process all over again?

What makes LEGO toys so educational?

The thing that makes LEGO toys so educational to children and adults as well is the fact that it stimulates creativity. A child uses his logic more often when playing with LEGO than with other toys.

He develops a perspective view of the final structure he wants to build and follows several stages till the goal is achieved.

LEGO are toys that lead to the development of social relationships. Children realize that playing in groups is more fun than alone.

Together, they have more ideas to combine, thus being able to build machines that couldn't have been imagined by only one child.

I recommend LEGO toys because they are a great way to stimulate a childs creativity and imagination. LEGO toys aren't just for children. Everyone can play with them. Even adults like to play like they were little children sometimes.

Because parents and kids have a very powerful relationship, the best solution is for them to play together.

Original article located at http://www.child-toys-guide.com/lego-toys.sht ml

Eugen Lisov is the creator of http://www.Child-Toys-Guide.com, a site that helps parents worldwide to choose the best toys for their children. Please feel free to browse my site; it will only help you when choosing toys for your child.


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