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Playing with toys is essential for babies, toddlers, pre-school and school-age children. Good toys give children a lot of opportunities to play and use their imagination and hence they are important part of child’s life. Children learn by playing and toys help them to discover world that they live in and interact with their surroundings.      

Lego construction toys consist of interlocking plastic building blocks. The first classical lego brick was designed by Danish carpenter named “Ole Kirk Christiansen” in 1947. Since then Lego construction toys has become popular in many homes. The name ‘LEGO’ is an abbreviation of the two Danish words “leg godt” meaning “play well”. With these toys children can build helicopters, cranes, ambulance, buildings, cartoon characters, airplanes and so on.

Why to play with Lego Construction toys?

Children love the thrill of building and they can do this for hours. They learn to use their fingers to build with Lego pieces. It also builds up the little muscles of their hands which will help them to do other skills such as learn to write. Play is single most important activity for children to engage in each and every day for at least one hour. Research shows that playing empowers the children’s emotional well being, social development and academic achievement. 

Why to choose Toys Ferry?

We believe in enhancing the imagination and creativity of your little one. Our toys will help your child develop new ideas and you will see their freedom of creativity improving everyday. We are sure you will enjoy shopping with us as you will have a delightful experience. We have a huge variety in construction sets, car and truck making sets. You will find different types of blocks, legos and construction toys at Toys Ferry.

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