About bathing children and children’s bath toys
Taking baths is a very important activity for any children. Being clean is absolutely necessary to feel good about himself and to be perceived appropriately by the others.
As a parent, you must teach your child to have baths regularly. Usually, this isn’t the type of problem that requires too much attention on your part, but some children simply don’t like water.
This usually happens with babies and toddlers, but even older children have something against taking baths sometimes. They simply don’t feel comfortable in the water.
Whether they are afraid of it, or simply don’t like it, you must help them to love taking baths.
One way to do this is to make your child believe that he can have lots of fun in the bathroom while washing himself. The next time you’ll bath you child, smile a lot.
Laugh with your child, tell jokes. Tell him that you have a gift for him after he gets out of the bathroom. And make sure you have one, or else, he will start crying and you won’t solve anything. Use bath toys, as they are a good way to calm a a child.
Children’s bath toys
To make sure that your child will perceive the bathroom as a great playground while taking baths, you should use several children’s bath toys. Toys are the symbol of fun and joy for a child, and having a few well-chosen bath toys would help him associate bath with fun.
This pirate battle ship for instance includes a cannon, an octopus who squirts water when his head is pressed, and a spinning water wheel, propelled by water poured from the escape boat accessory. The escape boat has its own launching board on deck and the pirate character can sit atop the mast lookout or in the boat, before diving into the path.
Other children’s bath toys you can use are toy ducks. They usually come in yellow color, and produce sound like “Quack, quack” when pressed. They are nice bath toys.
Finally, when the bath must end, your children’s bath toys must be deposited somewhere. And what better place to deposit bath toys that the bath itself? But, instead of depositing them in a simple wooden toy box, you should have a box with a shape that will also help your child feel in his environment in the bathroom. How about a pelican shaped bath toy box?
With such bath toys and accessories, I bet you that every child, no matter how scared of water can be, will start eventually to love it.