Tag: Nuco
Toys that Help Kids Wind Down
September 25, 2015  |  Written by Carlota Nelson

Playing is important and it´s best if kids can do it in the outdoors, but playing does not always imply running around, jumping and playing in a frenzied manner. Especially if your kids are hyperactive by nature. They must also learn to play calmly. In fact, if we encourage this type of play towards the end of the day, we´ll be teaching them how to calm down, manage their emotions and get to bed. Today, at The Toy Blog, we´d like to give your some tips on how to usetoys to help them wind down.

Nenuco Baby for the little ones
August 19, 2015  |  Written by M. Rodrigo Brao

Here at The Toy Blog, we´ve written about how playing is not only fun, but also an important learning tool for kids. And this begins during their first years. Through play, babies discover their own body. That is why we need to choose the appropriate toys for them to develop their motor skills and stimulate their senses. Along these lines, today we wanted to write about the Nenuco Baby line by Famosa, which we reviewed already in this post. It is a collection of toys designed for the little ones. But remember, what they enjoy the most is playing with the person next to them. Talk, caress, sing or tickle your baby. Only then will they start discovering how to relate to others.

Welcome to the World of Nuco
January 5, 2015  |  Written by Carlota Nelson

Every child is unique and learns according to his age and stage of development. During each stage your child will develop certain abilities and will only learn that which he can understand. While our children grow, it´s important to maintain your expectations (and his) real. If you haven´t had the chance to read our post titled “Learning as you Grow” we encourage you to do so you can access a guide of what to expect while your children continues on his wonderful, magical journey of growing up. Today, at The Toy Blog, we´d like to share a list of toys that will become indispensable for your child, all throughout his early development.