Toy barns are the perfect outlet for to explore dramatic play, various skills, and different concepts.
Here’s what your young child can learn from exploring toy barns:
1) How items fit together -Young children experiment through trial-and-error to get the animals to fit in the barn stalls
2) Open-close -The concept of open-close is explored while the barn itself is opened and closed as well as the doors within the barn
3)Fine motor skills -Various fine motor skills are at play when manipulating the animals and the barn doors
4) Problem-solving -If your child seems frustrated, this is a perfect opportunity to encourage him or her to ask for help
5) Build language -Young children often solidify connections between spoken words and visuals with hands-on activities
6) Develops abstract/imaginative play -Young children become creative thinkers as they play with toys