Preschoolers test toys

Goddard School hosts tenth weeklong event

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Posted 10/31/17

Arvada preschoolers spent a week in September testing the latest toy trends: interactive building blocks, colorful sand, squishy shapes and more. Children ages 6 years old and younger of The Goddard School, 14679 W 87th Pkwy., piloted toys made by …

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Preschoolers test toys

Goddard School hosts tenth weeklong event

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Arvada preschoolers spent a week in September testing the latest toy trends: interactive building blocks, colorful sand, squishy shapes and more. Children ages 6 years old and younger of The Goddard School, 14679 W 87th Pkwy., piloted toys made by popular brands, including Lakeshore Learning, Hape, Faber-Castell, K’NEX, Fat Brain Toys and Peaceable Kingdom, as part of the tenth Goddard School Preschooler-Approved Toy Test.

Teachers observed and rated the toys on criteria includinginteractivity, skill development, creative inspiration, safety standards and cost. The children, along with those at a Goddard School location in Denver, voted on the top 10 preschooler-approved toys, which will be announced on Nov. 1.

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