Although children live in the same world as us, their world in their heads is different. Their minds are full of fantasies, and their favorite thing to do is play. Toys are their indispensable companions. In order to develop their intelligence at an earlier stage, parents always spare no effort and generously open their wallets. With the rise of the toy industry, traditional low-priced cloth toys are gradually being replaced by mid-to-high-end electronic toys. People have the impression that the more expensive the toy product, the more effective it is for a child's intellectual development.
Toys that develop sensory and cognitive abilities: toys with different colors, shapes, textures, and sounds.
Toys that promote motor development: push-pull cars, balls.
Toys that train fine motor skills: ring stackers, cylinders, building blocks.
Toys that promote language and cognitive abilities: small animals, vehicles, books.
Toys that train thinking and hands-on abilities: toys that allow for playing with sand, water, and building.
The cute ring-toss teddy bear helps babies gradually recognize colors, shapes, and size relationships, allowing them to learn knowledge in the game one by one.
Wooden toys for toddlers are a large category in the toy industry, with a long and rich history. Wooden toys have their unique cultural and ideological consciousness in the development of history in the United States and Europe, and German wooden toys are the earliest and most famous in their respective country's history. In ancient Germany, there was the appearance of a belt lathe, and wooden toys were made by belt lathe processing, and then hand-polished. This type of wooden toy ranges in size from a few feet to very large toys. The environmental requirements for wooden toys for toddlers are as follows:
The product should be free of mildew, insect holes, dead knots, resin leakage, and obvious deformation; the moisture content should not exceed 18%.
The natural product decorative surface should be free of black spots, scars, cracks, and obvious color differences.
Coloring products should be free of cracks that protrude over 0.15mm in length to the edge and affect the product's performance.
The safety requirements of the product should comply with relevant regulations.
The picture should be bright in color, and the matching, patterns, text, and lines should be accurate, clear, and complete. There should be no stains or seepage, and the same color should not have significant differences on the same product.
The paint film of the toy product should be smooth, bright, and firm. The main surface should be free of piled paint, bubbles, wrinkles, whitening, and repairs that affect the appearance and flow marks.
Exposed metal fittings should be electroplated, and the coating should be firm and shiny, without bubbles, peeling, revealing the base, rust, fraying, and obvious scratches and pull marks.
Plastic parts should be well-plasticized, and the surface should be smooth, with no flashing and no marks, streaks, color differences, scratches, or stains that affect the appearance.
Assembly should be flat and firm, with no degumming or nails coming off, and the error should not be greater than 1.5mm. The movable parts should be flexible.