Imaginative game – the meaning of it

The promotion of the socio-emotional imagination of children – ie their ability to see and understand alternative perspectives, emotions, options for action and results for themselves and others in the short and long term – is unfortunately missing in many classrooms today with very little imaginative play. This is a great loss because using your …

Play therapy toys for psychologists

Play therapy is based on the client’s own interests and natural curiosities and is performed at his own pace. This proves to be extremely effective for psychologists in promoting communication and building positive relationships, the main goal being to help clients prevent or resolve psychosocial difficulties and achieve optimal growth and development. Below we take …

Toys for Autism, ADHD, Dyslexia, and other special needs

Toys are an amazing teaching tool for kids to develop important life-long skills in a safe and fun way. The right toys can even help people with special educational needs overcome their difficulties in certain learning areas! Our team of educational and developmental psychologists have hand selected specialty toys for autism, ADHD and dyslexia that …