This week, my two year old son grew an attachment to a certain keyboard toy that plays demo tunes. It was cute to begin with, but when I’ve heard the demo tune on repeat for the zillionth time before lunch, I just want to take out the batteries. Then I realise, there’s a cupboard full of other musical toys that don’t require batteries. Oh well, at least those don’t have demo tunes.
Here’s this week’s Instagram.
In a world filled with lights and sounds galore, it is nice to embrace a world where no batteries are required; even if it is only for awhile.
Here are some other no batteries required plays from last week’s weekly Kids’ Co-op:
- Play bandages (made out of felt and optional velcro) by Pen Pals & Picture Books.
- Loose parts play with pipe cleaners by The Fairy and the Frog.
- Scrap Paper Dolls by A Happy Song.
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