• 5-6 years
    Parents may experience separation anxiety as their children go off to school at five years old. In school, children become more independent, even bringing home new words or habits picked up from their surroundings. Because of their increased exposure to the world outside their families, they also become more adept at handling social situations, but they still need Mommy and Daddy’s help. As they encounter more of the world, their minds will also start to wonder. Begin to explain the whys of the world; this is the age when children can be taught and reasoned with.


    Magnext 60 Count Organizer Case
    Nothing is more magical (and scientific) than the laws of attraction. Start a child’s mind a-wondering by gifting him with this Magnext 60 Count Organizer Case. It is equipped with Magnext Quad, Tri-bars, and Hinges. Children can build until their imagination is exhausted! Display their works of art on the build-off plate built right into the organizer case. The organizer case also comes in handy for easy clean up after playtime and out of town trips. Available at Kidzsports for P1.999.75.


    Bratz Magic Hair Grow and Cut Doll
    Let a child play with someone else’s tresses with a Bratz Magic Hair Grow and Cut Doll. Crimp, curl, and even color the doll’s hair. After playtime, restore its original length and style with the Magic Hair Growin' Tool, which lets you add new tresses for more hours of experimentation. Available at Kidzsports for P1.600.



    Number Chase
    Help a child learn basic number comparisons and deductive reasoning skills with Number Chase. Figure out a mystery number by turning over cards bearing number relationship questions. Each question gets you closer to the mystery number. Be quick and guess the right number ahead of the other players and win! Available at Hobbes and Landes for P550. Exclusively distributed by Playroom Entertainment, contact Alem Ang (ang.alem@gmail.com) for inquiries.



    Sources for Growth and Development:
    http://www.cyh.com/
    http://www.parents.com/

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