Family Favourites – Miniland Dolls that Develop Social Skills in Children

Learning social skills is one of the most important aspects of early childhood development. It helps children to not just take care about themselves but also gets them ready to start school,  make friends with other children, and know how they are expected to behave in public.

It’s imperative that they get a good grasp on social skills for good classroom etiquette, and more importantly, it will help further their schooling, university and professional careers in life.

Miniland Educational doll collections are an important educational resource which helps comprehend the concepts of family, population groups, the basic rules of relationships and coexistence, respect for racial and sexual diversity.

Advantages of Miniland Dolls

Here are just some of the benefits and values that your child can gain from having one of our dolls (or more):

Caring and Nurturing

IMG_3855 (1)Children who have dolls often treat them like babies. This allows them to develop a caring and nurturing side that is very good for the development of empathy in children. Empathy is a skill that is in short supply in today’s world, and by encouraging it in your children, you are increasing their chances of being well-rounded adults.

Racial Diversity

31154-31156-31158.jpgFor many years, dolls were primarily European, and this meant children of different races were forced to play with them. We are proud to have a racially diverse range of dolls for children of all races and cultures to choose from. This can foster a sense of acceptance, belonging and awareness about racial inclusion and diversity.

Dressing and Other Skills

31061-31067 NIÑaHaving a doll means that children are dressing and undressing them all the time and this helps them learn about their own self-help skills. Their motor skills and hand-eye coordination is also developed through playing with their dolls and getting them ready.

Getting Ready for a New Sibling

2The dolls can also be used to teach children about how they should act around a new sibling that may be arriving soon. If you are expecting a new baby in the future, then you can use our dolls to teach your child how to hold, rock and care for the new addition before they arrive.

Made in Spain, these anatomically correct dolls are vanilla scented to smell like a newly born baby.  The dolls can be articulated.  Made in Phthalates-free vinyl, they are soft and flexible to the touch.

Dolls are an important part of developing many different skills, and every child could benefit from having one in their early childhood. Have a look at our dolls, which are part of our age specific, skill development Miniland Educational toys range.

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About Axis Toys
Since 2004, Axis Toys has specialised in distributing quality imports for Australia and New Zealand within the toy, gift and lifestyle markets sourced locally and from Sweden, Finland, Germany, Poland Spain and China. Our quality product range is primarily niche oriented – each product bringing a very strong point of difference to its category. All our suppliers’ products conform to the latest safety standards and we are able to supply disclaimers for each supplier to verify this fact.

Axis Toys is the exclusive distributor in Australia and New Zealand for DoodleArt, Goetz, Lundby Dollhouses, Micki, Miniland Educational, PlayBox, Plasto, Sassi Junior, Chic Bayer 2000, Kathe Kruse, Skrallen, Leolandia, Kiddus, Cayro, Wooden Story, Little + Sleepy and Goldfish Gifts. They are also the developers of the ColourAway and Scribbla brands. They are the exclusive distributor for WWF in Australia and the agent for Steiff Bears in Australia and New Zealand. Axis Toys is a member of the Australian Toy Association.

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