Toys have been an integral part in the growth of a child. They are parts of a learning system that is crucial to the growth of a person. Toys help develop the motor skills and environmental sensitivities to the child, and also help him absorb his mental and social identity once he grows up.
Some may say that a dolls house is the most complicated toy that a child can ever play with, but it can also be considered as an experience where the development of a child’s environmental sensitivities play a vital role. They can be a miniature version of a castle, a mansion or a typical normal suburban house, containing scaled-down furniture and appliances. By playing with these toys, children can familiarize themselves with the various rooms in the house; namely the living room, the bedroom, the kitchen, the dining room, the study room, the bathroom, and the attic. These toys are normally played by children ages six to twelve.
Playing with these toys require parental supervision, and should take extra care of the accessories inside it to prevent accidental swallowing which may cause stomachache. It is also best to store these toys in a safe and secure area to help children concentrate with their school studies and to prevent them from accessing it without the permission of the parents.