Workshop, Tool & Lawn Care
Fix up some fun with toy tools
One of the greatest struggles parents face is whether to work on household chores or spend time with their children during those valuable weekend hours. Why not do both? Buy toy tools from Sears so your children can work alongside you no matter what your task might be. Because we have toy tools of different types for multiple age groups, you can also be certain that your child will always stay safe and secure. Our toy tools give your kids the chance to learn from you as you labor together on those leaky pipes and squeaky wheels.
Toy tools are some the greatest learning toys you can buy for your children. Kids not only have fun pretending to be just like Mom and Dad, but they also gain access to the science of home maintenance. You can teach them about certain household chemicals or electronics as they play with their home workshop. Let them explore science further with science learning toys like digital microscopes and magnets. Let them discover new ways to explore their home environment using both science toys and pretend-play tools.
Every moment of a child's life offers a chance to learn something new. Capitalize on this by engaging your children as they play with their new toy tools. Like other learning toys, tool kits offer many opportunities for education. Look for kits that have multiple tools in them to get the widest range of experiences. Tool kits can also come with with hardhats, goggles and gloves so children can learn about safety. Some even have tape measures and rulers which start young children on math problems from an early age. Toy lawn tools teach kids about nature and the importance of taking care of our environment.
Toy tools are of particular benefit to younger children. When children are between the ages of three and five it becomes vital for them to master their fine motor skills. They can do this very easily by learning how to hold and manipulate toy tools. Encourage your children to use toy screwdrivers and pliers to gain muscle strength and fine tune their pincer grasp. Teachers often lament that kids starting school lack these skills, which places them behind others when they are learning how to write. Other toys for ages 3-5 that help with these skills are safety scissors, blocks and building sets.
Sears has toy tools that let your children pretend to build and deconstruct as they wish. From jackhammers to full-service workshops, we have all of the items your kids need to work alongside their mom or dad or to explore on their own. Toy tools are ideal for boys as well as girls. They are also year-round toys, as they can be used both inside and out. Shop Sears today for the toy tools that will help your children learn and grow.