Good toys have staying power; they engage. They help build attention
spans, not fragment them. A good toy does not offer answers; it stimulates
questions and presents problems for solving.
A Good Toy ...
be played with in many ways.
a child to do, think, or feel.
to the development of a child's physical, mental, social, and emotional
attractive and well made, with pleasing shapes, colors, textures,
fun and fits a child's talents, interests, abilities, and size.
in with your own tastes, knowledge, and pocketbook.
©1983, Diana Huss Green Founder, Parents'
Copyright © 2009 Parents' Choice Foundation. All rights reserved.