Some children spend a lot of time in the car, so it’s not surprising that like to play with toy cars during the time of the game. Kids love to imitate adults driving behaviors (be careful not to show this rampage of rage on the streets) and using the toy cars are able to understand and repeat the behavior of others, but not only, the fact that reproduce the sound of a motor starter, which accelerate, which draw on the sound of grinding brakes, turn signals, horn and much more, shows a growing awareness that the world around him.
Choosing the right car for your child
The best vehicles to choose from are those completely safe. The cars are too small or have parts that present a choking hazard to be avoided. Also, do not choose the cars they do some things that your child might do well on your own, such as rendering engine noise. These characteristics clearly impose limits to the imagination of the child and may reduce the interactive nature of his game. The simple wooden machines are a good choice to start the questions of how to choose remote control cars.
Remember, too, that it’s not just the car to be popular among children. They love equally vehicles such as dump trucks, garbage trucks, limousines and motorbikes.
Arrangement of toy cars
Initially, if you have only a few cars, you can line them up on a shelf or keep them in a small container. As soon as the collection grows, of course, the size of the container must increase. And when the child is a little older, consider purchasing containers with dividers to store the cars so selected, this will allow little to develop the skills of classification. For example, consider inviting your child to reposition them:
- By color.
- by type (for example, all commercial vehicles in a row and all rescue vehicles together).
Rules for maintenance
Do assert pre established rules for cleaning cars. They must be applied to the game as any other type of toy. A collection of large cars can quickly lead to disorder and incidents. Although they may seem like scenes from a movie, fly tripping on toy car can happen, so make sure your child keep your car maintained and far from passers-by.
You might find frustration at hearing the cars crash into each other or bumping into objects, but if you don’t hurt nobody, driving against the baseboards or furniture is not a behavior to discourage. It serves small to test different learning scenarios (safely) through the game.
And it is likely that at some point your child can think of having its cars through a car wash, in this case make sure you give him permission and to establish rules for such behavior. Some cars have metal parts which may rust or otherwise be ruined by water.