How to cultivate children’s hands-on ability and innovation ability is the question that every parent thinks about. There are too many theories, too many experts, too many books on this. They dazzle and bewilder.
In fact, sometimes simple methods can be used to achieve the goal. Yesterday, my wife bought a set of assembled toys for my daughter. She was very interested in it and played with it all afternoon. In this process, I found that my daughter’s hands-on and innovative abilities have been cultivated.
This is a set of assembled toys:
Here are some of her works (no drawings, she created them all by herself)
Juice cup with straw：
Pig nose glasses：