Nervous children, generally, have an overflowing energy that must be properly channeled. We parents must allow them to express their nervousness while helping them to find inner balance. For this we will combine game styles that allow the release of tensions with those that lead them towards emotion
Nervous children, generally, have an overflowing energy that must be properly channeled. We parents must allow them to express their nervousness while helping them to find inner balance. For this we will combine game styles that allow the release of tensions with those that lead them towards emotional states of tranquility, calm and calm.
In Guiainfantil.com we tell you what kind of toys are best suited for nervous children and which ones we should avoid.
Types of toys for nervous children
Toys to release tensions. There is no way to go outside and play outdoors to discharge the excess energy of children. In large cities, the park is one of the best options. Ideally, nervous children can run, climb or pedal. Tricycles, bicycles, skates or scooters are ideal for this type of children but so are the combos and the balls. It is about playing with elements that allow them to properly channel the energy and nervousness that accumulate inside.
Toys for calm, attention and relaxation. Nervous children need moments of calm play, peace, silence and relaxation. For this we will look for toys that capture their attention and keep them focused and attentive without over-stimulating them. In this category of toys are all those that allow them to entertain themselves while remaining calm. Construction kits, threading or threading beads, puzzles or attention and memory games are especially suitable.
Toys for creativity. Nervous children benefit greatly from doing crafts of any kind. We'll see how they enjoy painting mandalas, cutting paper figures or molding plasticine. This type of activities in which manipulate materials such as clay, hand paints, waxes, papers of different textures and colors relaxes them and allows them to learn to maintain control of their impulses, providing them with an extra dose of emotional well-being.
Toys for the development of social skills. We must never forget all the toys that promote the development of sociability. Toys that allow symbolic play or roles such as dolls, houses, cars, kitchens, costumes, etc. All of them help the nervous child to recreate an imaginary world in which he can be who he wants to be, exploring different points of view and ways of acting.
What we will try to avoid is to overexcite them with toys that have too many light and auditory stimuli or that are too complex or competitive.