5 Wonderful Ways Building Toys Develop Motor Skills and More
Kid’s minds are expanding by leaps and bounds in the early years and building toys like Brackitz introduce and practice a laundry list of science and engineering, math, language arts, and social emotional skills, as well as providing a unique outlet for creativity and imagination. And, according to teachers and other education experts like Scholastic, “the best way to engage kids’ brains is by having them move their hands.” Read on to learn how the kinesthetic learning environment created by STEM building toys like Brackitz develops key physical skills, while building kids’ brains!
4.Physical Dexterity – According to a study conducted by the California State University at Fullerton, “Fingers need to work carefully to balance small objects on top of each other” during block play. Brackitz takes this fine motor workout a step further, with our connectors. Each time a child picks up a Brackitz plank, places it where he’d like it to go, and attaches it to a connector, he’s increasing his physical dexterity and fine motor skills dramatically.
Brackitz is the only construction toy that lets kids design any structure they can imagine - anything. Our unique, connect-anywhere brackitz enables kids to create large scale, portable, 3-D structures – with no instructions or limitations – all while learning real-life math, science, engineering, architecture – and art! – skills.
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