Shopping for kids can be difficult, especially if you haven't a clue what any given age group is into these days not to mention what's safe for them to play with. Younger children need toys that build on learning basics and strengthening motor skills, while older children need toys that are more challenging and stimulating. Either way, you want to shop for toys that encourage imaginative play and that they'll be thrilled to receive for holidays, birthdays, and other special occasions.
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Did you conscientiously buy dolls for your son and trucks for your daughter, or did you try to avoid the whole thing and give them both gender-neutral artisanal wooden objects, only to be shanghaied by the princess industry and superhero underpants? But it can also be an important indicator of what skills young children are acquiring as they play, and of whether their academic and professional horizons are comparatively wide — or whether they are already starting to rule things out for themselves. Evidence-based guidance. Personal stories that matter. Sign up now to get NYT Parenting in your inbox every week. A new study suggests the potential power of words and images to counter gender stereotypes and open up what children see as possible interests and activities for themselves.
Parents navigating the toy aisle this holiday season may notice that some retailers and manufacturers have moved away from marketing toys specifically toward boys or girls. Across genders, generations and political groups, more say girls should be encouraged to play with toys and participate in activities that break with gender norms than say the same about boys, and this is particularly the case among men, older adults and Republicans. When it comes to raising girls, Millennials are somewhat more likely than Gen Xers, Baby Boomers and those in the Silent Generation to say parents should encourage their daughters to play with toys and participate in activities that are typically associated with boys. But majorities of seven-in-ten or more across all four groups see this as a good thing. Republican men are particularly resistant to the idea of boys playing with toys and participating in activities that are typically associated with girls. About Pew Research Center Pew Research Center is a nonpartisan fact tank that informs the public about the issues, attitudes and trends shaping the world. It conducts public opinion polling, demographic research, media content analysis and other empirical social science research. Pew Research Center does not take policy positions. It is a subsidiary of The Pew Charitable Trusts. If you have been invited to participate in one of our surveys, please click here.
Toys R Us has dropped gender filters from its UK website following complaints that such signposting puts off girls from playing with trains and construction sets. Campaigners and politicians have warned that stereotyping can deter girls from studying science and engineering. The shift has occurred in the three years since the pressure group Let Toys be Toys started campaigning. All the toys in his web store come either from companies that promote diversity or are aimed at children, regardless of gender. Orders from the UK are growing at around 20 per cent a month, with the IAmElemental range of female action figures, a brand launched after a crowd-sourced Kickstarter campaign, proving the most popular, he added. Lottie dolls, a response to the hypersexualised Bratz and Barbie dolls, also sell well, as do ecologically sourced wooden blocks. There has been very little work to destigmatise or degenderise the toy industry.