Ways To Make Toys For Kids With Raw Materials in Daily Life
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Ways To Make Toys For Kids With Raw Materials in Daily Life

Besides buying toys for children directly from the toy shopping mall, some young parents also want to make toys with their children together. However, they do not know how to do this and find the raw materials for children’s toys. It is effortless, and the raw materials are also easy to obtain. Are you interested in this topic? Please read the article below.

 

First, get the raw materials from everyday life. Waste like old clothes, plastic bottles, eggshells, paper boxes, etc., can be used as raw materials. For example, you can first wash and disinfect nylon socks, then apply them with cotton and other fillers, and finally use string to shape the doll’s head, along with fixing eyes and draw the nose, mouth, and ears. This cute and beautiful single canvas doll is finished with your own hands. If you want to make her feel more delicate, you can make a hat for her and decorate it with a colorful skirt and a skirt. All in all, you can create it with your imagination. Once kids love the cloth doll made for them, they will be more proud because it is unique.

 

Second, make full use of semi-finished products. If you lack the practice of making toys just by yourself, you can buy some semi-finished products like wooden animal figure assembly models, 3d paper, plastic assembly plane or ship, etc. Then you should follow the steps in the instruction book to end the work with the children together. You will find that your children may have a more vital operating ability during the playing process than you. A sense of pride will become a shared spiritual wealth for both parents and children.

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Third: To obtain raw materials according to local conditions, it is better to use local resources. It is also not difficult for children who live in the village to find raw materials for children’s games. For example, you can choose natural materials like corn cob, corn stump, wheat straw, sweet potato, radish, all kinds of beans, pebbles, leaves, etc. Corn cob and sorghum stalk can be used to shape all types of car toys, lanterns, and small-sized shapes. Wheat straw can be woven into the body of some animals such as small dogs, lamb, and grasshopper. The papers can be used to make all kinds of beautiful putty paintings.

 

Of course, the important thing that parents should do is not to repair these damaged children’s toys, but to teach their children how to cherish and take good care of the toys, and at the same time, it is necessary and essential to teach them how to play the toys in the right ways. If parents find that their children are playing in the wrong ways, remind them in time.