Yesterday and Todays Toys

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LIST OF YESTERDAY TOYS CHILDREN PLAYED.

* Yoyo
* Chalk
* Kick the can
* Ropes
* Hop scotch
* Skates
* Hide N seek
* Building camps
* Table tennis
* Dirt’s
* Footballs
* Chinese ropes
* Board games
* Elastic rubber bands
* Jacks
* Paper dolls
* Bubbles
* Cluedo
* Silly putty
* Slinky
* Scrabble N Crosswords
* Model airplanes
* Scrapbooks
* Conkers
* Sit N Spin
* Chatter telephone
* Kaleidoscope
* Corn popper
* Rock-A- Stack
* Speak N Spell
* Rubik’s Cube
* Tinker toys
* Circus Top
* Sock Monkey
* View Master

Summary

Toys of yesterday helps children to mix up with their peers easily, they are not physically poor, very active and always having fun with each other by running around.

TOYS OF TODAY CHILDREN PLAYED.

* Baby dolls
* Sand
* Play dough
* Toy kitchen
* Action figures
* Footballs
* PlayStation 1,2 and 3
* Computer games
* Mobile phones
* Art coloring sets
* Jig saws
* Cards
* Remote control cars
* Legos
* Musical toys
* Disney Animations
* Driving fun cars
* Talking dolls
* Bead roller coaster
* Bead box
* Paint box
* Slides
* Toy Sophie’s house
* Hoola hoops
* Leapad leapfrog
* Vetch tablet

Summary

Today’s toys are not making them active as the yesterday toys. The toys make them very lazy, solitary confined. The ability to mix up with peers is denied because they are always sitting down in one corner to play most of the games unlike the yesterday toys, which is resulting into the young kids turning into OBESE due to lack of moving around.

WHAT A CHILD SHOULD KNOW IN PRE-SCHOOL

* Socializing with peers
* Learning through play
* Early literacy activities
* Early numeracy activities
* Early science concepts
* Must know sizes, colours and shapes
* Identify circles, rectangles and triangles
* Begin to draw shapes
* Count out loud 1-5 or 1-10
* Begin to count objects
* Begin to learn primary colours
* Begin to learn big, small, long and short
* Identify Left and Right
* Remember objects from a picture
* What letter is?
* Pretend to read
* Learn to print first name
* Name common zoo animals
* Names some common parts of the body e.g. Nose, Mouth, Eyes, Ears, Tongues etc. * Express self verbally
* Follow simple directions
* Listen and pay attention to short stories
* Recognize common sounds
* Repeat series of sounds
* Identify day and Night
* Understand concepts like Empty, Full, More or Less
* Draw and colour beyond scribble
* Build with blocks
* Match simple objects
* Glue objects
* Control crayons
* Use restroom and wash hands without help
* Be self-confident
* Take care of own belongings such as Jackets, Lunchbox
* Know parents first names

WHAT A CHILD MUST KNOW IN THE HOME ENVIROMENT CHILD BEFORE GOING TO A PRE-SCHOOL

* Learn to speak and speak clearly
* Dress up neatly
* Eating unassisted
* Blow nose and cover sneeze any time.
* Independent using the toilet
* Wash hands after using the toilet
* Button, zip and belt own pants
* Take off and put on coat
* Tidy toys after playing with them
* Potty training
* Manners and courtesy e.g. thank u and Please.
* Listening
* Communicate easily
* Discipline
* Going on visits in order to know how to play with peers when he or she starts school. * Saying hellos and goodbyes
* Attention level
* Counting with colour stickers
* Alphabet books
* Make a puzzle
* Letter tracing sheets
* Magnetic letter box
* ABC word match
* Toy sequencing
* Copy and stick
* Potty training
* Personalized songs
* Soothing when the child is upset
* Learn to control their own behavior...
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