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While the supply of domestic game stores is getting richer, and the nicer games are lumbering on the shelves - including more and more really demanding pieces - we think more and more about how to get rid of the horizontal.

Outright, common

Unfortunately, family budget has more important, not to be missed out items. By the time these are listed one by one, and the games could follow, we realize that there would be a need for a budget to cover it.

The cheap is always more expensive

In this case, we have two choices: either make it clear that this is not going to happen, and challenge it out of the list (with probably the closest expense), or figure something out. If we vote for the latter, we may again have to make a choice: either for something cheap, and then looking for a "temporary" toy, or for finding a solution to the problem. I prefer the former choice in the place of the volunteers, first because it is always more expensive and less is more. What are you doing? First of all, because when it comes to looking for a cheap game, this aspect is predominantly, but rather unique. So they are behind I am considering whether my child "fits" with his age, his interest, his luminosity. If you put it aside, any money that seems small will be thrown away. The following reasons are plausible: the lower the price, the lower the quality, so the appealing, but also short-lived life is that the safety, dangerous aspects not to mention it.

You're alive

What can we do? For example, we might try to suggest to the grandmother, the uncle, who has just been given the opportunity to expand his family's playthings at significant occasions. This is both risky and mostly frustrating. We can try to hunt for fairs and outcasts, but there are few of them. You can swap with a familiar baby - as soon as they are close by.Kцlcsцnцzhetьnk from the game board - see previous point. We can set up toys barkбcsolni, making a housewife, doll, dolls, mill, stuff, secretly or with the child. If we have enough idea and access - both our matrix and our lord - then this solution does not sound too bad. Without helpbooks - which are at least as expensive as toys - we can rely on our imagination. game play and it can be a lifelong experience for a child, even if the work can still be used! Please let us know! But for the last time I left the solution to be aware of the fact that we can play without toys, creatively pushing away from the truth. There are also two ways to do this. One is that we do not really use anything but ourselves and our playground: our mental-physical capabilities, our imagination, our communications repertoire. Just as babies can play with their bodies by exploring their bodies for a long time. household appliances, miscellaneous materials, consumables, souvenirs, etc.

In Vnz, learning

In early childhood, that is, between the ages of one and three there are opportunities. Take water, for example, "water" games. All babies imбd fьrdeni, jбtйkot csinбl the tisztбlkodбsbуl, йlvezettel tartуzkodik the szьksйgesnйl also tovбbb the vнzben, jбtszik kцzben, mуkбzik, laughing, watching the hullбmzбst, new to elemekkel.Ma you have already a lot jбtйkcйg бrul specifically vнzi jбtйkokat йs the babбknak small children, бltalбban mыanyagbуl, and a pretty peppered brown. Generally, you should not be penalized if you have not been able to enrich your home game collection, since the essence here is to experiment with water, and so do whatever it takes to do so. For example, it's just a glass and a small tray. You don't really need to explain to the little one what to do or do with these items - trust us, do we find some variation in us that wouldn't work for us! to try it alone, then join us in the games, and to improve our speech skills, our skills, our attention to what we are doing and what he is learning. For example, let's dip the glass in the water and say it's full. Then let's say, "I'm pouring out the water, look, now the glass is empty." We'll fill it out again, but not completely. Let's ask him if the glass is full, can he fit in any more? That's enough, not much more, we'll comment on the baby when the glass is full. Ask them to pour the water into the bath, they will happily fulfill our request again and again.Wondering about the changes, making observations, getting to know the full and the empty. If we have a lightweight plastic bowl, we can name it Noah's crib, and save and water quite a lot of what we find at home, and fit in the size and weight of the bowl. We can test the physical laws of survival and immersion in the water, commenting again with words explaining the reasons behind the little one in the backdrop.

What's in my belt?

Let's also look at a dry land game. You can rest on the glass or bowl you have just learned, but it might be a medium-sized, clean (like ice cream) box or bucket. We can also play "what's in my bucket". The essence of this is to mix and match items of all shapes, materials, and sizes around the home. Pay attention to safety here too, do not select small, swallowable objects, sharp objects with sharp corners! Let's leave it a bit, let's put the objects in and out of the shield. Let's get him out and give him some interesting stuff. Plug it in for a moment and ask where it went. Put it in the bucket and ask the baby to find that he will be very proud if he succeeds. We'll talk constantly when you find it, be happy to explain it, and explain what you've found and what it is like to have. objects are standing also learns. She's very frightened, interesting and exciting about losing something, then finding her, the skates, the peeps, the cluttered games. Learning takes place in an enormously warm, loving environment, with attention and compassion.