When choosing a toy, ask yourself if it will develop physical and mental skills; but don't overdo it by selecting a toy that's too advanced for your child's age. Look for quality instead of quantity
Daly City, CA (Vocus) April 15, 2010
As children grow and develop, they gain new interests to explore, explained Mary Ann Mann; interactive and educational toys are tools that build the imagination with new ideas and concepts.
Such notions were the inspiration behind http://www.MamsPlace.com, a Web site developed by Mann to promote the many benefits of educational toys among children. Here, online shoppers and parents alike may choose from an assortment of toys, arts and crafts, games, activity sets and more, which she has handpicked to satisfy such important characteristics.
In an effort to promote learning and socialization, while additionally motivating parents to interact more with their children, the Web site was established with one key principle in mind: Learning to communicate and be social at an early age will benefit the child as they continue to learn, grow and play.
Mann’s selected age range for her Web site’s products is infant to seven years old, although most of her merchandise is designated for newborns through the preschool age. Play is an integral part of how children learn with educational, interactive and activity toys; even educational infant toys build creativity and communication skills, she noted.
“When choosing a toy, ask yourself if it will develop physical and mental skills; but don’t overdo it by selecting a toy that’s too advanced for your child’s age. Look for quality instead of quantity,” Mann said.
Shoppers are encouraged to check back often as Mann will continue to update her inventory with new merchandise; two to three new products are added each month. To learn more about the current and soon-to-be-added toys available at MamsPlace.com, visit the Web site’s newly formulated blog, http://www.MamsCorner.com. This interactive tool will also be used to provide seasonal recipes and crafts that parents can enjoy with their children.
“Children are quite talented, even though they don’t know it yet; they can imagine things in their pretend world, which encourages free thinking,” Mann said.
About the Company:
MamsPlace.com is owned and operated by Web entrepreneur, Mary Ann Mann.
Mary Ann Mann