You have a vari­ety of toys at home, but the child always needs adults so that he is not bored. Play­ing activ­i­ty up to 6–7 years of the child is the main one. He acquires new skills and learns to inter­act with the out­side world. Why does the child not want to play alone?

  • No skill. Par­ents should teach their child to play inde­pen­dent­ly. You need to show what vari­ety of games you can come up with with each toy. So that the child has a choice.
  • Lack of com­mu­ni­ca­tion. Make time for qual­i­ty com­mu­ni­ca­tion with your chil­dren from an ear­ly age. Instill in your child the con­fi­dence that you are inter­est­ed in him, and you will nev­er for­get about him and will not leave. Over time, chil­dren adapt to inde­pen­dent play.
  • Until the age of 3–4 years, the skills of inde­pen­dent play have not yet been formed, there­fore, up to this age, par­ents are need­ed for the game and this should not be neglect­ed.
  • Toys are no longer suit­able for age or sim­ply tired of the child. It hap­pens that we do not update toys at home for a long time or buy what we con­sid­er inter­est­ing, and not what the child real­ly likes. For chil­dren from 3 years old and ear­li­er, a design­er is suit­able, for exam­ple, “Flower Gar­den” Kid­d­i­boom. It is dis­tin­guished by a vari­ety of col­ors and shapes. All parts are inter­change­able, large enough and easy to con­nect. By study­ing the order of set­ting the details, the skills of log­i­cal think­ing come.
  • Huge vari­ety of toys. It hap­pens that there are a lot of toys in the house that solve 1–2 game tasks. Remem­ber also about cre­ativ­i­ty and role-play­ing games. And for each top­ic, one game is enough.

Teach­ing a child to play

Con­sid­er the inter­ests of the child, choose games that are inter­est­ing for him, and not what you would like. Give your chil­dren a choice. Spend time with your child and play with him so that he does not have thoughts that you are not inter­est­ed in him. Lack of com­mu­ni­ca­tion leads to the fact that in the end you won’t even take a step with­out a baby. Encour­age him, give him the oppor­tu­ni­ty to set his own rules of the game. Do not for­get about under­stand­ing and accep­tance. Con­scious par­ents are hap­py chil­dren.


By Yara