How to Master the Art of Toy Rotation
11.17.2021 | Awoodenworld | ABOUT WOODENWORLD

Mom and dad are everywhere, and you're in luck - once toys are invisible, kids can easily forget them
Keep this in mind as you master the art of toy spinning at home. Not only will you have calmer, happier children, but you can also present "new" toys to your family every week.
Step 1: change your mindset
When you leave a lot of toys for children, it is actually more difficult for them to get deeply involved in the game, a large number of toys only make them want to switch between toys, which also results in a more stressful playing environment
The less you miss, the more your child will be able to make a deeper connection with a toy and get lost in their imagination.
Step 2: limit the selection
Spinning toys doesn't mean you have to give or throw away your child's toys - instead, you limit what they can get during play time.
Choose between three and five toys, put the rest in the box and put them away until you refresh your selection.
Choose a toy that appeals to different senses. For example, you can omit a fictional toy (a set of wooden pots), a stacked or built toy, an active toy (tricycle), a thinking toy (puzzle), and a music toy.
Step 3: consider the season
If you live in an area with highly variable weather conditions, consider categorizing toys accordingly, for example, in winter you may want to leave more indoor toys outside because there is less play time. outside
Step 4: don't forget the book
When we talk about spinning toys, it's easy to forget about the books on the shelves, which are also easily accessible to children.
One way to simplify our collection is to organize it by subject, for example, when spring arrives in Maine, we prefer to choose books on gardening, insects, camping and other seasonal topics, while books on joint vacations or winter are picked up.
How to spin a toy at home? Did you succeed? Please tell us in your comments!