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A Few of our Favorite Toys for 5 Year Olds, perfect for child development:

Your Road-Map for picking the right learning toys to help in child development:

  1. Target Age: When you are looking at toys, be sure to refer to the Target Age — the age when a child starts to get the most enjoyment.
  2. Developmental Milestones:
    See what a 5 Year Olds milestones are all about.
  3. Expert advice: Our child-experts matched all our toys, books and games to a child's development.
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What to Expect During the Sixth Year of your Baby’s Life

By Gopi K.Patel MSE.d Special Educator

Six Year Olds are a lot of fun as they begin to really mature. They are truly a more grown-up. They are beginning to be your little buddies. However, everything is done a bit more independently as they begin to branch out. Another reason I love this age is because 6 Year Olds ask tons of questions and want to know everything. Their likes/dislikes are definite.

Gopi's Milestone-Basics:

The typical Six Year Old begins to understand time intervals, the seasons of the year and their functions. They can write their name and phone number, and many one-syllable words. Six Year Olds can write left to write, and sequence numbers 1-20. Children at this age can do basic addition as well. They are easily able to sequence events 1st, 2nd, and 3rd. They are easily able to play games with rules. Sometimes they begin obsessive play (only like things with cars). A 6 Year Old can build elaborately with blocks. Be this age they give threats and can insult others. It's never easy!

Some of Gopi's Favorites:

  1. Princess Dream Bead Kit — A great way for 5 year olds to use their imagination and create something all their own.
  2. Indoor/Outdoor Microscope — A super fun way to explore what’s around you and too small to really appreciate. All things big and small!
  3. Do Art Paint with Marbles — Hours of fun...and a beautiful piece of art is created. What a great way to develop a sense of accomplishment and build self-esteem.