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Theo is addicted to his lousy toy

Theo is addicted to his lousy toy


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Every day, find one of the tips from the fourth issue of the collection "The essentials of: 70 games and toys to help grow", sold with the pocket format of. Today, our advice is practical to enter his game.

Theo is addicted to his lousy toy

  • He loves his GIJO and no question of removing him. He loves her and wants to keep him for life. Yet, in your opinion, he could take the path of the trash. Stop! He loves his toy all faded because he spent time with him, and good time! It's a love story, and getting rid of this toy means giving up a small part of yourself. Let it be said: no sorting without his informed consent. Otherwise storm on the horizon.

Jules always wants new ones

  • No question of giving in to his requests especially as the novelties abound. Bringing it back to reality is therefore necessary and educational. Necessary, because you can not afford to buy everything that comes along, and educational, because this child will inevitably feel frustration. And the frustration is good, say the psys: it sets limits and prevents children from becoming tyrannical. Phew!

Carole Renucci

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