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Do you remember being a kid and the toys you used to play with?
It is a known fact, that the things you are introduced to as a kid, mold your childhood self-concept and develop the growth of your personality. You can find this to be true inside psychological behavior of a child.
A major contributor to this developing factor has a lot to do with the toys your child plays with. For example, if you give your 7-year-old child a puzzle, he has to think about where the pieces go in order to draw out an image.
Or, you may give your child constructive blocks to assemble. It’s called pictorial psychology. This allows the mind of your child to develop in logistics and creativity. Therefore, a puzzle or building blocks would be a good toy of choice for your kid to associate with.
Now, if you give your child something less creative and more destructive such as a permanent black sharpie marker, expect the artistic behavior to jump out and find drawings all over the walls of your house. Although, to your child it may come across as being fun artwork, it defines more of a destructive behavior due to the fact the end result is damaged home décor.
Lego toys are a great example for enhancing your kid’s self-concept. The reason is because your child can develop the mind-set of an engineer and as long as you praise him or her for the work they have done, their self-concept will increase.
Your role as a parent has a lot to do with the growth of your child. When you participate with them while they figure out their toys, it defines leadership, mentoring, and group therapy.
The developmental stage of a child’s personality is based on the first 30 days from birth. The development of his or her character is reflected within the first 90 days into reality.
Your kids toys from the day they are born reflects the behavior they have until the day they depart. This is important because the toys they grow up playing with can be the very toys they play with throughout life, just on a different scale of fulfillment.
A good method to helping your kids childhood self-concept and brain productivity aside from physical toys, is reading them children’s books.
Children’s books help develop the brainwaves of intelligence. It also helps build your kid’s vocabulary. In conjunction with verbal dictation, showing your child the pictures inside the book will help line up their creative side with their illustrative parts of the brain. It also helps increase memory span and retention. This is solely based on repetition.
The more exercise you provide to your kid, the better off he or she will be. This is why the toys your child plays with has a lot to do with the self-concept and personality growth for up to the first 12 years of life.
Chalkboards are good to help educate your children at a young age. Computerized toys that reflect education, or toys that give kid’s something to think about and expand they’re thought process is what you may want to look into.
Little Einstein has been a popular toy kids play with in today’s marketplace. Teaching your kid how to play the piano at an early age will help develop certain key factors to increasing his or her self-concept in addition to his or her personality growth.
The action figures you allow your children to play with will also has a positive or negative effect on your kid’s because of the influence that toy may or may not have on your kid.
Musical instruments, arts and crafts, and, or games and puzzles are great toys to get your child started or into something to keep his or her mind occupied enough to build on their abilities and young toddlers and young children.
Give your child a fun and exciting toy to play with and watch them develop their personality and character into someone brilliant and intelligent, that someone could be just like you.
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1. Bratz Tokyo A Go Go – Remote controlled Car 27MHz
This car is a wonderful littte r/c from Bratz that is a huge hit with the girls. They love having their own remote controlled car to play with! You can use the remote to move the car forward and back and spin it around race with the other girls and more! The car will fit two Bratz Dolls, so the fun goes with you! This Tokyo A Go Go car is a great accessory for the series of Other Bratz Dolls etc.. that are designed to play with it. Girls will be groovin! Also Available in 49 MHz.
2. Tyco Radio Controlled Terrain Twister
Young and old are raving about this fantastic radio controlled vehicle made by Tyco. It takes on all types of terrain even mud, water, grass and twigs! It is a tough and easy to maintain vehicle and can stand up to rough play.
3. Cadillac Escalade R/C 1:6 scale -27 MHz
New Bright industries has developed this 1:6 scale
great looking Cadillac Escalade. It is a great car for its value and comes complete with spinning rims and an Awesome Exterior. This car can operate up to 100 feet and has 3 speed controls. Al;so Available in 49 MHz.
4. Hover Copter Wireless Flying Saucer
The kids will love this incredible Hover Copter. It is able to both Hover and Fly while being controlled by its remote. Loads of fun from ground to sky!
5. Nikko 1:10 Ferrai F1 R/C kit.
This R/C vehicle New from Nikko requires some assembly, as it comes partially assembled. It allows the feeling of avccomplishment in the process of finishing the project then the Joy of driving at top speed. With its smooth turning and anti skid features it is sure to be
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If you are leery about buying yourself new and fashionable shoes, you are not the only one. You can learn ways make shopping easier and more pain free. This article should make things easier, and make finding trendy styles fun.
If you put on gym shoes, wear socks. This can damage your foot since it makes it rub the shoes directly. Foot fungus more easily grows this way, as well. Wear some dry socks and maybe even some foot powder to ensure your feet stay dry.
Wear socks with your sneakers. This can cause blisters or other sores on your foot. It may also cause foot fungus to grow, due to your feet getting moist. Simply put on socks and you should be good to go.
Don’t wear flip-flops out on the town. These shoes provide virtually no support, leaving you susceptible to ankle sprains, injured toes and blisters. Just wear sandals near the water.
You need to be sure that your shoes are always comfortable. Your shoes are important for protecting your feet. If you wear shoes that hurt your feel, you can damage your feet. Select shoes that fit well to avoid foot problems in the future.
Find out what kind of an arch type you have while getting shoes for athletic purposes. Not all of them are made with comfort for arch types in mind. Get the sole of your foot wet and step on paper or concrete. The wet parts will illustrate your arch type. A flat arch will mean you see the entire foot. If you can’t see the middle, then you have a high arch. This will help you choose the right shoes that fit.
Buy a pair of solid athletic shoes. Your athletic shoes should be purposed for the activities you engage in. Athletic shoes offer proper support during even the most demanding sports. Not having the proper shoes for your physical activities could actually cause your feet injury.
Get a pair of good quality athletic shoes. Any exercise, including walking and running, requires a special pair of shoes. They support your feet. Shoes that aren’t made for people to do physical things in them may not support your feet, and that can damage your ankles, feet, or knees.
Are you buying shoes online? Does the store have a return policy? You may order something that you were unable to try on, only to find that the pair needs to be returned. Find out what kind of policies the store has.
Try walking in shoes before buying them. Take a few laps around the place you’re shopping at so you can be sure that the shoes you’re wearing are comfortable. You will be able to feel any rubbing that might occur. It will save you the trouble and money if you take them home without properly trying them on.
Don’t just go on the assumption that they will eventually be broken in. They have to fit properly when you buy them. It is very possible that they do not stretch the way you think they should. Instead, you may be left with sore feet and useless shoes.
Go on a walk with a pair of shoes on before buying them. Walk around in the shoe store a bit to make sure the shoes feel as good while walking as they do while you are sitting. You will quickly notice if they rub anywhere. Don’t buy them if they rub!
Don’t get shoes that are painful and think that later on they’re going to fit a lot better because they’re worn in. This doesn’t always work and you may end up with a pair of useless shoes. One exception is if you have bunions or corns and need to get them stretched for that reason.
If you want to get your kid to get ready for school faster, it may be a good idea to use some Velcro strapped shoes. Velcro sneakers are easy to fasten and will help you save time, especially if your child insists on tying his or her shoes. Having one pair of shoes that ties and another one with Velcro is your best bet.
Maybe, you’re one of many people who dread shoe shopping. Hopefully, you have found the previous information to be helpful. Have a good time the next time you look for shoes out there that help fill out your wardrobe!
Do not choose your running shoes based on how they look. Instead, go to a local running store to have your gait analyzed by a professional. This will tell you which shoes will keep you injury-free.
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Knowing what to do with unwanted toys can be the biggest stumbling block when it comes to taking action to get rid of these house cluttering items. Children grow out of them or they did not like them in the first place, for whatever reason, every household has a pile of toys that no longer see the light of day. If every time you look at the ever growing mountain of abandoned toys you quickly walk by or close the door, take heart, finding a better home for them is easier than you think. So where do you start?
Firstly you need to consider which toys should really go in the rubbish and which can safely be given away. You should not give away:
- toys which are at the end of their useful life
- soft toys, unless they are new or in as-new condition
- toys which have suffered significant damage.
In other words only give away toys in a condition that you yourself would buy. If you have the original packing or manufacturer’s instructions give them away with the toy.
Secondly you need to decide whether you want to GIVE your unwanted toys away or make a bit of spare change from selling them.
The following 11 ideas cover donating your unwanted toys to worthy causes:
1. Donate to Charity Shops
Pop into your local charity shops and ask if they accept second hand toys. Don’t be offended if they don’t because due to health & safety regulations it often costs the charity more money (in terms of staff time having to check for loose threads/parts/batteries etc) than actually buying them brand new. If they will accept your donations do not forget to sign the Gift Aid declaration form, to boost the value of your donation by 28%.
Charity shops obviously benefit the charity they are supporting, be that children’s charities, medical charities etc. If you would prefer your toys to go directly to less fortunate children ideas 3-11 may be more appealing.
2. Donate to Charities Online
By using the eBay For Charity initiative, you can sell your unwanted toys and the proceeds will be sent directly to the charity. Items being sold for charity are identified with a distinctive ribbon symbol along with a description of the charity that will be receiving the proceeds of the sale. Buyers place bids for these goods in the usual way, knowing their money will go to a worthwhile cause.
JumbleAID is another online answer to your mountainous toy problem – they let you post adverts for your unwanted toys (and other things) online and anyone can pledge a donation for them. It is free and easy to use and all of the funds raised go to your chosen charity.
3. Donate to Hospitals
This is only really appropriate for new toys due to safety/infection concerns but sometimes we all find toys that our children received two of or perhaps some that they were not so keen on that never left the box.
4. Donate to Childrens’ Homes
Children in homes are typically older so when considering which toys would be suitable go with an average age of about 14. Find your nearest home using a service using an online search to see if these children could benefit from part of your unwanted toy stash.
5. Donate to Women’s Refuges
Women’s refuges help hundreds of thousands of women and children escape domestic violence each year. Often they flee their homes leaving all of their possession behind. Find the number of your local Domestic Violence service online through an organisation such as Women’s Aid, to offer your help through your used toys.
6. Send Your Toys To Orphanages Abroad
There are many orphanages, child health homes and day care centers abroad who are in need of toys. Some encourage you to send your toys, old and new, to improve the lives of these children as well as monetary donations. To find addresses of orphanages that do accept toy donations, search on Google for “send toys to african orphanages” or “chinese orphanages” or something similar and find their donations page. Some only accept monetary donations but you can find addresses if you are persistent.
7. Donate to Family Centres
Contact your local Social Services Department to see if they know of any family centres near you that will take and get good use from your second hand toys.
8. Ask Your Local Church
Ask your local church if they know of families who could benefit from your unwanted toys.
9. Donate to Special Needs Schools, Playgroups or Nurseries
Find your nearest special needs school, playgroup or nursery and ask if they will accept second hand toys.
10. Donate to Toy Libraries
Toy libraries offer services to local children, families and carers based on regular toy loan for a nominal fee (and sometimes for free). Contact the National Association of Toy & Leisure Libraries online to find a library nearest to you.
11. Use The Freecycle Network
Freecycle is an online network of groups that match people who have things they want to get rid of with people who can use them. Their goal is to keep usable items out of landfills. Find your local group from their website and send the details of the toy you are offering in an e-mail. All items must be offered for free.
The remaining 5 ideas cover making a few pounds from your second hand toys to help in the current gloomy economic climate:
When selling your second hand toys you must be aware that all second-hand toys sold or supplied in the course of a trade or business fall under The Toys (Safety) Regulations 1995 which requires that they must be safe and bear the CE marking.
12. Sell Them On eBay
Sign up with eBay, an online auction and shopping website, where you can advertise your unwanted toys for sale and interested buyers will make bids if they are interested in your item.
13. Sell Them On Craigslist
Sign up online with Craigslist, a centralised network of online communities, and submit a free online classified advert for your item.
14. Sell Them At A Car Boot Sale
Look in your local newspaper to find the location of your nearest car boot sale, usually held over the weekend. Make sure you turn up early to ensure you get a pitch. You will have to pay a fixed fee for setting up your car boot in the sales area so make you sure you take enough unwanted items to make it worth your while. Portable tables or blankets are a good idea to take with you to display your goods on.
15. Organise a Toy Swap Party
Arrange with other parents a time and a place for everyone to bring their unwanted toys and the chances are all items will change hands very quickly. The downside to this is that you will not end up decluttering your house of toys but you will get some new toys for free.
16. Rent Them Out
Find an online toy rental service, such as Zilok, and make some money by loaning out your unwanted toys by the day.
Start DeCluttering Now
As parents it is a daily task to try and keep on top of the toy chaos that surrounds us. Decluttering the house of unwanted toys is a logical way to restore a bit of order and get part of your home back. Hopefully at least one of the above ideas will work for you and you will feel better knowing another child is benefitting from your efforts.