Your Guide to the Best Toys in Singapore

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Are you looking for the best toy in Singapore? Well, it’s time to have a look at what we have here. From arts and crafts equipment to games, puzzles, and stationery items; there are many toys in Singapore available, including educational toys! 

==Educational Toys== 

The first category of toys that we will be exploring is Education Toys which can help children learn while they play. These types of toys in Singapore work on all levels: cognitive (the brain’s processing power), psychomotor (physical movement), and social/emotional (interaction with others). These types of activities should be encouraged by parents as they not only stimulate creativity but also teach important skills like hand-eye coordination or problem-solving. Some examples include:

==Arts and Crafts Equipment== 

Besides educational toys, a lot of parents in Singapore tend to buy arts and crafts equipment for their children. Some popular items include: 

1) Scribble Kids Drawing Board

This drawing board has a built-in eraser which makes it really easy to clean up any mistakes that your child might make when they are sketching out their ideas. 

2) Playfoam

This magical play dough can be squeezed into any shape, rolled into a ball or sliced with the plastic knife provided! It never dries out so you can even use it on long car journeys too. 

3) Magna Doodle

Another toy that would be great is a car or a plane. This toy is great for children that have a lot of pent-up energy as they can just doodle away on the magnetic board and create patterns, pictures, or anything else their heart desires. 

==Stationary Items==

Generally, stationery items are what you get in school year after year: pencils, pens, crayons, and construction paper. However, there are some exciting things to liven up your child’s life! Some examples include:

1) Staedtler Pencil Set

As any primary school student knows (or has discovered), pencils can be pretty expensive especially if they keep breaking or wearing down. I’ve seen sets like this one go back as far as 1970 but my parents were probably too poor to buy me one. 

2) Doodle Dice

This is a great gift for children who love to doodle and draw on anything they can get their hands on. Essentially, this is just a set of dice with different images of doodles such as mustaches or flowers on each side. To play, you roll the dice and then recreate the image on the paper provided! 

3) Tic Tac Toe Set

Again, another classic game that never seems to go out of fashion! Pitting your wits against an opponent in a three-in-a-row battle is always quite fun. It’s even better when there are cool-looking tokens involved too! 

==Games==

Board games are always great gifts as they can be played together as a family.

1) UNO

Let the chaos ensue! These classic card game toys in Singapore are one of those games that you always remember from your childhood and would love to play again if only there was another person available who knows how to play. I promise it’s easy but I’ve tried teaching my friends and family and apparently, not everyone has the memories locked away in their minds… 

2) Connect 4

The aim of the game is simple: get four counters in a row before your opponent does! It’s great for children because it helps them think ahead instead of just throwing counters down randomly which could lead to some very negative consequences such as losing all of your pieces early on or by taking up too much space on the board. 

==Puzzles==

Puzzles are great because they teach children patience and determination when it comes to completing them. Many parents like to buy jigsaws but 3D puzzles work just as well!

1) Rubik’s Cube

For any of you who don’t know, this is a 3×3 square grid that has six colours (traditionally red, blue, orange-yellow, green, white, and black). The aim is to make each side of the cube have only one colour by twisting and turning the sides of the cube. If you’ve had enough with cubes then here’s something new: an octagonal prism-shaped like a UFO (yes it can be solved too)!

2) 3D Creation

Don’t like solving puzzles? Why not try building them instead! This game challenges players to build a 3D object (a vase is an example used on this website) by fitting all of the pieces together. It sounds really simple but it can take quite some time to get the final product right especially when you’re new to playing the game.

Conclusion

We hope you found this guide to the best toys in Singapore helpful! If not, let us know and we can create a customized list for your specific needs. Our team of experts is ready to make sure that no matter what you’re looking for – educational toys, arts and crafts equipment, stationery items, games, or puzzles- there’s something perfect for you right here on our site.

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