What are Steam toys?
From the first time you heard that you were expectant, many things run through your mind about your child. As you held them in your arms, you imagined how they would be and had an idea and plans on how you would raise them. Like any mother out there, you would want a child who finds it easy in their academic life.
Every day your dream of them being successful and getting the best education grows. You start to look into schools and curricula that you think would be very beneficial to them. You frequently ask, what can you incorporate in your child's activities at an early age to help them be well inclined to academics? Magnetic Paradise Australia brings you steam toys.
You might be wondering what steam has to do with any of these. In this case, steam is not referring to the source of power for these toys. Steam is an acronym for Science, Technology, Engineering, Arts, and Mathematics. Steam toys are curriculum-based products, and they aim at preparing a child for studies in mathematics, arts, technology, and sciences. How does a five-year-old learn engineering?
Steam toys come in many forms, from coding robots to art-based science kits. Lego sets also help to improve your child engineering skills through construction. You might be worried about a child's safety while dealing with these toys; what are they made of? They consist of magnetic tiles made with ABS plastic, which is non-toxic and free of chemicals. They also have round edges to prevent accidents, so your child is safe. The set-up is too simple, and the tiles are colorfuland in various shapes to keep the child interested. They are suitable from the age of three. Want to make your child's first learning process fun and engaging, and safe at the same time? Try steam toys.#magnetictiles #toystoregoldcoast #magneticparadise