Why do children like noisy toys?
More to the point why does this drive parents nuts?
First of all because we give them to them. Children are not just visual they learn through all of their senses all of the time. So noisy toys add auditory learning to the curve. If the toy is too noisy it can damage hearing but better yet I hope for your sake it has volume control!!!
Kids like noisy toys because they're just that...noisy.
Noisy toys drive parents crazy because they're just that...noisy. LOL
In all seriousness, toys that make noises and are colorful, etc. help stimulate kids' development and growth, especially when they're babies and toddlers. Noise is necessary, believe it or not. Even if us Mommy's get irritated by it.
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