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There are too many toys that are poor for kids, according to the survey.
Kids who have too many toys are more likely to be sidetracked and do not get high value playing time, a new survey shows. University of Toledoin Ohio USA scientists enrolled 36 infants and asked them to spend half an hours playing in a room with either four or 16 toys.
You found that teenagers were much more imaginative when they had less toys to use. "The aim of this research was to find out whether the number of toys in the young children's environment affects the overall playing quality," said Dr Carly Dauch, main writer in Infant Behaviour and Development magazine. Any other toys available may have provided a fountain of outer diversion.
Your attentiveness and thus your playing can be disturbed by environmental distractions. "The results of the present research suggest that an array of toys can cause such distractions. "If they are equipped with fewer toys in the home, infants can spend more time playing with a lone set of toys, so that they can concentrate better to be more creative in exploring and playing".
British consumers are spending more than 3 billion a year on toys, and polls have shown that a normal kid has 238 toys in all, but they think they are playing with only 12 "favourites" a day, accounting for only five percent of their game. However, this is not the first investigation that has shown that too many toys can be annoying.
Already after a few week the childrens have settled in again and their playing became much more imaginative and socially. "Of course, if they have too many toys, they'll take less care of them.