Whether you’re trying to encourage your child to draw more and be more creative or you simply want to put an end to bath time trauma, bath crayons can be an excellent way to tempt unwilling little ones in to the tub!
Some kids love bath time but an awful lot of children don’t and it can sometimes feel like a wet and messy uphill struggle to keep your toddler clean. Let’s face it, in this day and age sadly the rubber duck just doesn’t cut it anymore and if you’re looking for something a little more exciting to make your child actually look forward to having a bath, rather than screaming the house down when he or she hears the water running, bath crayons may well be the answer to your prayers.
And because as a busy parent, you have enough to do without adding ‘scrubbing scribble off the side of the bath’ to your list of things to do, there’s no cause for alarm as crayons for the bath have been specially developed so that they wash quickly and easily off the sides of the bath tub.
Another great aspect of bath crayons is that they are wonderful for bringing out your child’s creative side and if your son or daughter is showing signs of developmental delay or has autism spectrum disorder, dyspraxia, attention deficit disorder, cerebral palsy or Down’s or another type of syndrome they can be instrumental in helping to encourage artistic talent and develop motor skills such as gripping and co-ordination.
As parents, we all want the best for our children and anything that can encourage them to flourish and overcome any difficulties that they may have is a must have – especially when that something is a fun and creative solution. Of course, making the horrors of bath time when you have a child that goes ballistic at the very sight of bubble bath easier for you is not to be sneered at either!
Helping your child to develop crucial skills is one of the big worries of most parents and something we are probably all aware of when watching our children interact, play, or simply deal with life on a daily basis. Sometimes it seems that the other parents you see at the pre-school, kindergarten or school are continuously boasting about how advanced or bright their son or daughter is; not only is this (let’s be honest) kind of annoying, but it can also be extremely distressing if you do have any concerns about the rate at which your child is developing. Innovative educational toys and games can play a huge role in helping your child learn those crucial skills be it reading and writing, improving co-ordination, improving communication skills, addressing behavioural issues or dealing with motor skills problems.
Every parent wants the very best for their child and all parents also want to see their child having fun and enjoying themselves in a positive and creative manner. And I’m sure that more than a handful of parents wish that getting the kids into the bath wasn’t a complete nightmare too. Encourage bath time learning and fun with crayons and everyone will be a winner!