Disney does a lot in the Entertainment area! With all the resources and characters that the Disney has built and developed its properties – both tangible and untangible – there’s no denying the fact that our children absolutely love all things Disney!
Disney is a true Magic that can change how our kids learn, interact and develop a personal tenacity for being creative. That is why I applaud all the products that Disney comes up with. They encompass learning while playing.
Here’s a new edition of the Mickey Mouse Clubhouse that is a perfect match for any pre-schooler!
This is a Collection of Puzzles, Boards Books and Movies!
The 12 board books have an amazing variety to learn colors, numbers, animals, shapes, opposites, to name a few subjects. But what really is wonderful is a variety of topics that develop child’s curiosity and cognitive abilities. They cover how to set up a picnic and to collect favorite things; why it is important to help others and that’s growing up is what every child does.
And with a 28-piece Disney puzzle, you will be mesmerized to see how quickly those little fingers work every time they put together a fun Disney scene! Working on a puzzle develops young brain ability to analyze, synthesize and develop cause-effect connections. All these super necessary skills can be brought up with allowing your child to play with puzzles. Isn’t it exciting to know?!
And it is OK to watch movies! Did you know that movies inspire and provide more ideas to the already-existing play patterns that your child has developed? What it means is that each child starts using new skills in her/his play borrowed from the movies they’ve seen. The more creative a movie is, the more excited a child will be to imitate, re-create, and develop her own set of behaviors.
And the MUSIC is the KEY to active learning and making new information their own!
You can truly enhance your child’s toy collection by being a smart collector. How? By allowing the toys like Disney Mickey Mouse Clubhouse to enter your home environment. Encourage your child to stay curious about anything and everything. Reprimand not for doing something out-of-the-box of a perceived “normal” behavior.
With an attitude of being open to explore and allow your child to play with toys that encourage learning – your heart will be filled with gratitude and pride how well your baby thrives throughout the years.
Celebrate Active Learning!
— Celebrate Woman (@DiscoverSelf) September 16, 2015