Our primary core range and why it’s good for children’s development

March 17, 2023Gifts, Parenting

Brightly coloured wooden toys are not only fun and visually appealing, but they are also great for a child’s development. We recently introduced our super fun and bright primary core range, featuring wonderful wooden toys to make a little learners playtime even better. Designed to break away from our typical muted pastel tones and hues, this exciting range brings a new colourful and engaging feel to our gorgeous gifts. We’re proud to say that fun, play and learning is bursting out of every product in this new adorable range.

Here are some reasons why our wooden toys and in particular, our new range is great: 

Stimulating the Senses

Bright and vibrant colours have been shown to be visually stimulating, making them great for capturing a child’s attention. By engaging multiple senses, children can learn and retain information more effectively.

Our colourful xylophone wooden toy is a great example of this. Not only does it encourage young learners to find joy in making music, but it’s also great for helping budding musicians develop their hand-eye coordination and learn about sound.

Encouraging Imagination

Brightly coloured wooden toys are great to spark a child’s imagination and inspire creative play. This kind of imaginative play helps to develop their problem-solving skills, as well as enhances their ability to communicate and express themselves.

Our brightly coloured primary core activity cube is designed to engage curious minds and provide hours of endless entertainment. With a brilliant assortment of puzzles to develop a child’s cognitive, fine motor and coordination skills, as well as their sensory awareness, you really can’t go wrong with this cute and colourful toy.

Developing Motor Skills

Playing with wooden toys, such as building blocks or stacking toys, can help children develop fine motor skills. As they manipulate the pieces, they are using their hands and fingers in a way that can improve dexterity and hand-eye coordination. This type of play can also help improve gross motor skills as children engage in physical activity while playing. Our colourful activity walker is painted in bright rainbow colours and can be used as a toy and a walking aid as they take their first wobbly steps. Little learners will love to spin the cogs around, sort their different shapes and slide the lovely ladybird back and forth.

Research has shown that children prefer bright, contrasting colours because they stand out more at an early age as their eyes aren’t fully developed yet. As parents, treating your little learners to bright and bold toys can provide them with hours of fun and educational playtime so check out our fun and engaging primary range of toys now – we promise you won’t regret it!