A parents' guide to toys.
|dc.identifier.citation||Barnardos, 1986. A parents' guide to toys. Dublin: Barnardos.||en_GB|
|dc.description||There are many experiences which a child needs to develop to his full potential physically, intellectually and socially. Toys play a useful part in this development but other items are every bit as important e.g. toys can consist of cardboard boxes, clothes pegs, saucepans - but for the purpose of this guide, we are discussing toys one can purchase or make at home. Toys should have no sharp edges, no pieces small enough to be swallowed by a little child, be hard wearing and painted with paint which is free from lead or other toxic or harmful substances. If in doubt, ask the shop staff. If at all possible, toys for young children should be capable of being washed.||en_GB|
|dc.title||A parents' guide to toys.||en_GB|