San Francisco, CA -- (ReleaseWire) -- 07/30/2015 -- Scientists have been advocating the use of learning toys to aid children learn better for several decades now. In the recent years, technology has aided in the creation of whole new ranges of learning toys, and teachers and parents have been lapping them up. Schools have started using these aids as a part of mainstream teaching, and parents are ensuring that every other toy they buy for their child has some learning associated with it. Yes, dolls and cars are still the most popular toys being bought, but the rest of the list is being made up with intelligent toys that are helping the child learn better.
Toy stores – both offline and online – are reacting to this change in buying habits and are stocking more learning toys as they come into the market. Some are even approaching manufacturers directly with their feedback and getting toys designed on their brands labels. Going with this trend, kidsforlifetoys.com, a startup specializing in online toys for kids, has launched a new section dedicated to learning toys. According to its marketing director John Studer, there has been a 250% increase in the interest shown by their visitors to the new learning toys section. He shared details of customer feedback where parents have been asking for more complex learning aids for their kids, especially ones which they can use at home to help them learn better.
Child psychology has helped toy makers create learning toys which subtly change the way a child learns. Separately designed for normal kids and kids with learning disabilities, these toys work on sections of the brains that receive and assimilate knowledge and help a child retain information longer. Various kinds of learning aids are available online today – electronic gadgets, apps on smartphones and tablets construction-based games that help children learn, puzzles, team games to help them get socially better equipped, and many more. These toys and games are often studied and approved by teaching councils. Counselors at schools have a list of learning toys and games that they recommend to parents of children who face trouble learning or adapting socially. There are games designed even for gaming consoles which serve this purpose.
This is online store for toys, games, and crafts to kids. They also want to sell toys to adults. And planning on selling radio controlled models and the accessories that go with them.
According to John, all learning toys sold on the site come with detailed decriptions and are filtered according to various factors to enable parents to take an informed decision. The range can be browsed through at http://www.kidsforlifetoys.com
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