Enter our exciting worlds filled with curious play so your children can explore, learn, build and make their own ideas come alive!
Why Toyz team dives deeply into critical development areas like:
Our educational experts further link these developmental areas:
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Commercial and School User
Why Toyz’ design driven and thinking process allows for development of critical skills for the future including entrepreneurial and innovative thinking.
Developing Critical Skills & Capabilities
Our fun educational concepts (called the Worlds) encourage meaningful learning through interaction, exploration and experimentation. Each World is analysed for its developmental potential and where appropriate, the activities are adaptable for older or younger age groups, to provide more appropriate challenges. We use our Worlds to enhance developmental skills including but not limited to: sensory development, fine motor development, cognitive and perceptual development, language development, gross motor development and emotional/social development.
Skills like decision making, problem solving, critical thinking, analysis and many others can also be encouraged through the level of engagement a teacher or caregiver has with their child when building and playing with Why Toyz Worlds. These are assimilated skills we would like to encourage in our younger generation as they are the skills needed for them to succeed as future innovators.
Design driven thinking
Our design thinking process focuses on getting kids to collaborate, see a problem from different perspectives, be optimistic and develop grit because failure isn’t a bad thing but rather a journey filled with experimentation and iteration to get “it” right. In addition, schools get the chance to be part of our exciting challenges where they can share and make a greater impact on children’s lives.