Children expect new toys, dress, shoes, pants, socks, shirts, handkerchief, a set of caps, sweaters, jackets, watches. Smartphones, laptops, iPods, if they don’t have one yet, from their parents, godfathers and godmothers and even older brothers and sisters during their birthdays, Christmases air any holiday season.
Toys, especially educational toys, are an enjoyable means for training children to adapt to life in society. Toys of the baby boomers were DIY projects like wooden scooters which their son and father construct together. These scooters made a loud noise when used on a concrete road. Father and son working on DIY projects develop strong father to son bonding. The same is holds true for mother and daughter.
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