learning & creativity
Nurture Imagination with Mothercare’s Learning Toys
Did you know that playing learning toys with your child is a vital role in fostering creativity in a young mind? Creativity blossoms when kids are exposed to different learning toys at an early age. And when given the opportunity, they can truly express themselves and create meaning about the world around them. As you slowly discover the things your child enjoys the most, you can then pick out the most suitable learning toys that will spark his creativity.
If your child has yet to show interest in specific types of toys, the possibilities are endless. Take a look at some of these ideas to help you get started:
Types of Learning Toys
1. ABC learning toys
Learning the alphabets and developing early letter recognition is one of the first few skills children learn. You can teach the alphabet in a fun and creative way through toys like Early Learning Centre Magnetic Alphabet Lower Case, Teaching Frame and more.
2. Art toys
Toys that help your child learn to write and draw like our Early Learning Centre Tabletop Artcentre can boost hand-to-eye coordination. For more colour awareness, colouring pads can provide a great learning opportunity to strengthen his ability to communicate his thoughts. These types of toys will also produce the perfect display pieces to showcase in your living room. This will definitely make your child feel pleased and can encourage him to express himself more.
3. Arts and craft kits
On top of that, get your child to try new things with various arts and craft kits like Grafix Mega Jar of Craft and Early Learning Centre Paper Weaving Kit. These toys can essentially be the learning blocks in enhancing his creative expression.
Bring Out Your Child’s Imaginative Spirit
If you are searching for where to buy learning resources and toys in Singapore, look no further than Mothercare. With more than 50 years of experience, we know what mothers need most at any stage of child development. Want to spend more quality time with your child? Besides early learning toys, explore pretend play and sports toys to encourage more outdoor activities - your child will love it!