As far as the Lego toy itself is concerned, it is indeed a good toy.
Lego can exercise children’s concentration. Children themselves are poor in concentration. It is good to be able to concentrate on one task for 10-15 minutes. However, parents who have children who have played with Lego know that many children can concentrate on doing this for half an hour or even longer.
Lego can exercise children’s imagination very well. Children like freedom. Many children don’t necessarily like to have to follow the drawings. They prefer to do what they want. This allows the meat child to give full play to his imagination to spell out a variety of different works.
Lego can make children feel the joy of success after hard work and increase their self-confidence. Some complex works may require many failed attempts by the child to finally succeed. The success after such hard work not only improves the child’s ability to resist frustration but also makes the child more confident.
Lego is a good toy, but as to whether it will affect learning, it still depends on whether the child has self-control.
Parents should guide their children to arrange time reasonably, play with toys in an appropriate manner, and improve their children’s self-control ability. In fact, it is also good exercise for children. I think any kind of toy has its pros and cons. The problem is not with the toy but with the person playing with the toy.
First of all, training, spatial thinking ability. When his son was relatively young, he would try to look at the drawings for himself and then assemble the Lego.
If this kind of ability is used in learning, it is actually a kind of spatial thinking ability. He needs to have better spatial thinking to be able to understand drawings. At the same time, during the assembling process, he will continue to try and correct errors and finally gain valuable experience.
Secondly, it effectively cultivated children’s concentration. Assembling Lego bricks is a very time-consuming task. When the child is sitting in front of the Lego bricks and preparing to assemble, his attention is highly concentrated.
Then, to a certain extent, it improves the child’s frustration quotient, which is the adverse quotient. I remember once. I bought a box of more than 1,500 pieces of Corsair Lego for my son. He struggled for several days without success, so he was a little frustrated.
We didn’t give him too much comment but told him patiently: “Everything is not easy to succeed. The success achieved through our own efforts will greatly enhance the sense of accomplishment.”
In the end, he finally succeeded in fighting this box of blocks for more than a month, and of course, he was very happy.
Finally, Lego can also cultivate children’s imagination to a certain extent. When children are a little older, they are not willing to assemble according to the drawings. They will design and create by themselves and then spell out their favorite graphics.
In short, I think any kind of toy, as long as it is used properly, can bring benefits to children’s growth.
Lego will not affect children’s learning. Lego has many benefits for children.
Lego can train children’s concentration.
When playing Lego, children will concentrate on the assembly, and the children will concentrate on Lego. This is very good for the cultivation of children’s concentration.
Cultivate children’s spatial imagination ability.
In the process of assembling a Lego child, there must be a shape and structure in the brain, which can improve the child’s spatial imagination.
Cultivate children’s hand-brain coordination ability.
In the process of assembling Lego, children can exercise their coordination ability and promote brain development.
Cultivate children’s patience.
Some of Lego’s gameplay is very complicated, and children must have enough patience to successfully assemble. In order for the child to complete the assembled content, it must be completed step by step, which can cultivate patience.
Can cultivate children’s creativity and develop children’s intelligence.
Some children do not follow the drawings and spell out the shapes they imagine, which can improve the children’s creative ability and help the children’s intellectual development.
Sixth, it can reduce the time for children to play with electronic products and reduce the harm of electronic products to children.
Lego has many benefits for children. As long as parents control their children’s playing time and play after the learning tasks are completed, they will not affect their children’s learning due to Lego. Because Lego has the above advantages, in a sense, it is also helpful for learning.
In summary, Lego has so many benefits, so parents like to buy Lego toys for their children.