Whether it’s coordination, decision-making, flexibility or one’s own sense of balance: wooden toys can help your child with all of them! Your child plays, has fun and learns things which are important for their intellectual development.
For example, if your child builds a tower out of a pile of wooden blocks, it requires dexterity. Your kid has to find a way to stack the wooden blocks in such a way that they won’t fall down or collapse the tower. This trains fine motor skills, improves their coenaesthesis and their coordination.
Even toy cars made out of wood have a similar effect. Such toys are heavier than others. Your child has to make a greater effort to get the wheels turning, for example. This is also training for coordination and strength. Your child will learn to use just the right amount of pressure and energy to get the toy car moving and going at the desired speed.