edu2toys is a company based out of Lithuania that believes in the power of creative education. They understand that each child has his or her own unique greatness. So, they developed tools & toys that nurture & empower kids to become their best self! I'm totally down with that!
As a mom, I find myself wondering what types of activities to do with my toddler. I've tried playing ball, coloring & even making a spider out of a craft materials, he wasn't that interested. Throughout the 'trying' I found myself wondering if I was doing something wrong? - I've had better luck when he & I painted together & read books. As a mom, I am realizing more & more that early childhood is an important stage of development where my little guy is exploring & curious about every single thing! He's obsessed with looking into everything.
I came across edu2toys & I love that they believe that developing creativity in our children is a duty to be shared by both teachers & parents. So true! They also explain that in order to understand children we need to try & listen closely to what they say, their facial expressions, the look in their eyes & even analyze their drawings. KIDS tend to communicate via emotions, shadow play, music, art of sculpture, storytelling, drawing, drama and a multitude of other verbal and non-verbal means of self-expression. So, my husband I wanted to bring more creativity into Noah's play area where he would be able to express himself more....so, we chose a few items from edu2toys.
The one I'll be sharing with you today is the - Sensory Play Space Divider. It's a modular space divider. It helps develop sensory skills & also imagination! You can also use this to divide an area in their room and create activity zones & quiet reading time. I love toys that help Noah develop skills, for example this space divider is valuable because it helps with:
- fine motor skills
- self-expression & imagination
- communication skills
You can do a lot with this space divider such as folding the panels in a circle to create a house! We did that for Noahs's room & we also got the felt wool berries - which I LOVE!! I must admit, he hasn't quite mastered the creativity aspect of it, but I think the more we practice.... the more he will understand that play time is about imagining & creating!
Check out more cool toys and tools on edu2toys
-pics by jen ramos