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K's Kids is a series of toys specially developed for babies and toddlers. We are committed to making the best toys for the young hands and minds. We use the best and the safest materials to produce toys that are adorable, educational and fun to play with. The first K's Kids toy was launched in 1997. It is so well received by the parents and babies that in less than five years' time K's Kids products are selling in over 50 countries and enjoyed by millions of babies and toddlers. Originality of product concept is also one very strong focus of K's Kids products, and our product development team includes psychologists, child development experts and also parents themselves. Concepts originated by K's Kids have been highly recognized by the toys industry, it has won a number of world renowned toys awards.
Every piece of K's Kids toy is designed for the healthy development of a child. To help parents understand the benefits of our toy to your child, K's Kids have developed a "Learning Triangle" which summarizes what a child needs in his PHYSICAL, MENTAL and SOCIAL developments.
Our Learning Triangle provides parents an easily understandable guideline of what kind of developmental skills a child can get from playing with such a toy. The 9 icons, which represent more detailed developmental areas, will explain to parents the details of each of the developmental benefits.

The fundamental senses of seeing, tasting, hearing, smelling & feeling encourage a child's curiosity and activate his mind to discover the things around his world. Toys with strong stimuli in this category are tremendously important for the early stages of child development.
Examples of toy: Rattles and Teethers, Musical Mobiles, Toys with different textures and sound.
Fine Motor Skills
Fine motor skills are those smaller actions like picking things up between the thumb and finger or using the toes to wriggle or the lips and tongue to taste and feel objects.
Examples of toy: Squeaker Toys, Shape Sorters, Stacking Toys, Figurines.
Gross Motor Skills
Gross motor skills are larger movements involving the arm, leg, or feet muscles or the entire body - toys that enhance kicking, crawling, running, and jumping are meant to train a child's gross motor skills.
Examples of toy: Activity Play Gyms, Balls, Push Along Toys.

Logical Intelligence
Logical Intelligence is the ability to make connections between pieces of information. Toys like Puzzle, Building Blocks help strengthen a child's intelligence of logic, sequence, conceptualization, reasoning and finally problem solving.
Examples of toy: Blocks, Puzzles, Toys that encourage repeated actions.
Artistic Intelligence
Artistic Intelligence is the ability to learn about colors, shapes and forms, to draw lines, to appreciate music and rhythm, to understand proportion and perspective.
Examples of toys: Bright Color Toys, Books, Sketch Pads, Musical Toys, Shape Sorters.
Linguistic Intelligence
Linguistic Intelligence is the ability to use sound and language to express himself and to understand other people while a child grows up. Toys that enhance sensitivity to the meaning of words, sounds, rhythms and inflections are good for linguistic development.
Examples of toy: Puppets, Story-telling Toys, Phone Toys.

A healthy child should be able to control and express his emotion. Feeling being loved and protected develops his sense of security. Toys that can become a child's pal and help him express emotion are very important for a child to learn how to interact effectively with others with mutual trust.
Examples of toy: Soft & Huggable Toys, Character Toys, Soft and Cozy Playmate, Stroller Pals.
Communication Skills
Communication Skills is the ability to interact appropriately with others. Good communication skills lead a child to perform cooperative tasks and become productive team members.
Examples of toy: Role-Play Toys, Puppets, Story Books, Character Toys.
Self-Esteem is an overall sense of achievement a child feels from the important people around him, particularly parents and peers. When a child can complete the task offered by a toy, he feels good of himself. It helps build up a stronger self-esteem with a better judgment about his own worth.
Examples of toy: Blocks, Puzzle toys, Toys with repeated actions, Stacking Toy.

On each of our K's Kids toy, we have indicated, through Our Learning Triangle, how your child can benefit from the different developmental aspects that our toys provide for him. There are toys with single minded functions, some for multi developmental functions. It depends on the need of different stages.

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