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Activity centers keep children entertained while helping them to develop important skills. Newegg has a wide range of complete sets and add-ons suitable for different age groups and for setup indoors, outdoors, or either. The main thing to keep in mind when looking at toys of any kind for children is their age. Small parts are not recommended for toddlers and babies. For outdoor play areas, children under two years should use equipment that's less than three feet high. Children between two and five years should play on equipment under six feet in height.
Construct play areas that accommodate one or more children based on the size of the room or garden. Playing with toys aids in building muscle, improving coordination, learning to distinguish between shapes and other skills. Push cars and baby walkers are suitable for small children at home. Lego® sets are a fun and creative way for kids to learn to build various objects. For older children, there are many different types of Lego sets to build more intricate things like cities, homes, dinosaurs, robots and others that challenge their abilities. Large Lego blocks are suitable for toddlers. Allow imaginations to flourish with pretend-play-dress-up sets. Activity tables are convenient when it comes to arts and crafts or doing homework. Let children express themselves with art sets using crayons or paint. Improve their hand-eye coordination and teach them letters and numbers with electronic toys. Spend time with your children by playing board games, building figurines, getting involved in artistic pursuits or having tea parties.
Keep children active with outdoor toys such as teeter-totters, tricycles and scooters. Playing on swings, trampolines and wooden playsets builds muscle and balance. Sports sets for kids include soccer balls with goalposts, basketball sets, ping pong tables and geo domes. Wheelchair-friendly swing sets let children with injuries or disabilities enjoy outdoor play. Some playsets with swings, ladders, ropes and monkey bars are scalable for multiple children at a time. Maximize large outdoor play areas with a classic such as a merry-go-round or a sandpit. Watersport slides, rollerblades and ball games are a good way for adults and children to keep active together.
Create a soft landing area indoors and outdoors using padding that protects children from falls and tumbles. Waterproof play mats protect the floors and carpets. Rubber mats or artificial grass provide padding outdoors under jungle gyms and swing sets. Trampolines with nets prevent children from falling off while jumping. A baby playpen or Playard prevents babies from crawling where they could get hurt but still allows them and supervising adults to see each other. A play tent complete with tunnels provides the opportunity for exploration. Tunnels with spy holes still allow children and adults to see each other throughout playtime for more interaction and safety.