We are excited to introduce our guest blogger Silvia, known as @thefairyglitchmother, who writes about open-ended play on her blog and shares so beautifully her story about discovering Grapat Mandala and how they play at home.
Open-ended play has no pre-determined limitations and no fixed solution. As there are no set outcomes, there is no “right” or “wrong” with open-ended play. It combines materials and the environment acting as children's guide to hone their skills and knowledge. Be intentional in providing the child with toys that allow them to make choices about play and support them as they strengthen their language, cognitive and social skills.
Our logo is a representation of our toddler playing with his very first building blocks. Open-ended toys; what we believe are better toys for children. Our toys as children's building blocks for their developmental milestones.