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I. those babies who like the new and hate the old toys
Xinxin’s mother: every time I go to the mall, my baby makes a noise to visit the toy store. Every time my baby sees a new toy, he must buy it. Just bought it, the child always can’t put it down, but soon after buying it, he will throw it aside and stop playing. When waste products are disposed of, they are reluctant to give up; I can’t give it away. It feels very wasteful.
Coke mother: when taking children to the park, they will bring all kinds of toys to the baby, but when they go to the park, the child always likes to play with other children’s toys. Some children are willing to exchange and share. It’s OK. Sometimes, if other children don’t want her to play, she will cry.
Po’s mother: children like new toys and hate old ones. They think it’s good for those they haven’t seen or played with. They all hope to get them. Even if those toys don’t have their own high-grade and fun, novelty often attracts their attention. Therefore, children often throw away hundreds of dollars of toys, but they are interested in a few dollars of small insect toys. 2、 Why babies like new toys and hate old ones
Why do children always like other people’s toys, and why do their own toys get bored after playing for a while? Is it natural for the baby to like the new and hate the old?
Research shows that the baby’s “liking the new and hating the old” is normal, which is a common development feature of the baby. This characteristic of babies is caused by adaptability in the process of human evolution. The baby will lose attention and interest after contacting a new thing, which does mean that the baby has temporarily lost interest in it, but remember, it’s only temporary.
Page 1: those babies who “like the new and hate the old” toys page 2: before buying toys: consult your children
Page 3: establish the concept of children’s own “real right” page 4: learn to exchange toys with other children
Page 1: those babies who “like the new and hate the old” toys
Page 2: before buying toys: consult your child
Page 3: establish the concept of children’s own “real right”
Page 4: learn to exchange toys with other children