With toy planes and flying toys, your child’s playtime is no longer grounded - the sky’s the limit as adventure, creativity and imagination open new doors!
Toy planes help children to not only manipulate and develop dexterity and hand muscles, but also to explore and observe the third dimension. Playing on the floor of the bedroom is fun, but flying toys allow children to investigate spatial relationships and understand the geometry of their surroundings.
Navigating the topology of the home and outside world is a key skill in early development, and one that requires and understanding of physical bodies and how they interact with one another to do so successfully. A solid grasp of ideas like height, distance and speed is necessary for children to develop their movement abilities, while manipulating toy planes and flying toys can help children to practice their motor skills.