Children create their own characters, make magic and find lots of ways to interact and master different skills. You might see babies and toddlers doing associative play, which is when they interact with other children and objects but haven’t learnt yet to match their actions to someone else’s to play together.
Cooperative play comes next- older kids at this stage, from about 4, start learning to share, visualising what the other person thinks and feels and changing up their toys and games.
And, finally, there’s solitary play. This type of play spans across all ages and, of course, it’s more fun to have different, personalisable toys day by day! At Heidi Rose, we believe in changing up toys and accessories in an eco-friendly way to match moods, milestones, moments and more.