Best Toy Line to Help Young Kids Gain Confidence
Parents, listen up, chances are we have all been in this situation at some point in time. Imagine this…
Somehow our young children get their hands on an advanced toy set. Their confidence says they can build the toy because in their little minds it looks easy enough. In reality, they sit there and struggle to put it together, or merely understand the concept of directions. Then, due to the sheer frustration they give up on trying to build the structure or play with it. Instantly, they feel defeated, worthless, and their self-confidence tanks.
Does this sound familiar?
I know I have been there, done that all too many times with my three. Often, it is my younger two children that suffer, and encounter these toy frustrations. Advanced LEGO® sets or other building toys that are not made for young children are still appealing to them. They yearn to be like the older kids and gain confidence through play but these sets with teeny, tiny pieces and intense assembly directions are just not something small kids can handle.
Thankfully, I have a suggestion on the Best Toy Line to Help Young Kids Gain Confidence. It is called LEGO Junior and it is the perfect line of building toys to help children ages 4-7 gain independence, confidence, and fine motor skills as they build these easy to put together building sets.
We recently received the LEGO Juniors Family House (226 pieces) and the LEGO Juniors Police Helicopter Chase set (63 pieces). Each came with a detailed, easy to understand instructions book that showed each piece, and told a story of how these pieces work together to create the final product. They are LEGO sets that are made especially for ages 4-7 which I love!
LEGO Juniors sets were so easy to put together for my three kids, and they were able to do them with no questions asked. The sets include some premade pieces, like a house wall, and pretend money to help make the building process smoother, so your child can focus on the fun details and start playing right away.
It was a proud moment for them when they called my into the living room to see their final creations built by them.
If you have a younger child on your holiday list that would like a frustration-free building set, I suggest checking out LEGO Juniors sets. They are available at mass retailers and come in a variety of settings.
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