All parents always would like their kids to grow well and healthily, especially their intelligence development. Alongside providing enough nutrient foods with Omega 3, Omega 6, DHA, so forth and so on, do you think that toys can help your kids to develop their intelligence? Below are 3 kinds of toys that are able to promote the intelligence of your kids. Let’s check if you have already had how many of them.The jigsaw blocks
One study has even shown that if a preschool aged child often plays with the puzzle blocks, he or she will have higher math scores and the results of tests will be more excellent than the ones who do not play with the jigsaw blocks when they are in secondary school. Sharon MacDonald, an expert in the training of teachers, according to the early education programs and also the author of the "Block Play", has explained: "When children play with puzzle blocks, they will get knowledge of the fractions, shapes and counting ".The balls
Those jigsaw blocks are not the only great toy for the development of your baby's intelligence. Even your babies are able to follow a ball and stare their eyes while it is rolling on the floor that can help much to promote their intelligence as well. As the explanation of Maureen Maiocco, a director early education program at SUNY Canton, New York (USA), the children "have to predict the direction and position of the ball while it is rolling towards him".
This way helps their eyes to connect the little eye movement with the movement of the body. Moreover, the prediction of the how long the ball is going to roll back will reinforce the thinking that something out of sight does not mean it will disappear forever.Stacking cups
Sometimes, between the birthday of the 1 year old and 2 years old, the babies can set up the stack of cups in different ways. Normally, the child does not rank them in order, but sooner they will begin to understand the relationship of size. Do not let your babies be under pressure to force him to do the right way from the start. When they grow, they will realize more, if the kids try to put a big cup in a small cup, the 2 cups will not fit together. They are beginning to understand the right order to sort correctly.
They may spend hours filling sand or water into the cups and then pouring them out. As your babies gradually notice the difference between the full cup and an empty cup, they will have the first knowledge of the volume. They also will recognize that they can pour many small cups of sand into the biggest cup, but when pouring sand from the biggest cup into the smaller one, it will form a cascade.