5. Look for flexibility
If you buy a toy or an app, is it flexible? Are the speed, volume and level of difficulty adjustable? These are just some aspects of flexibility that you need to consider.
6. Consider interaction
Toys that promote interaction with other kids are also good educational toys. For instance, dressing-up costumes help them interact with other children. Board games also help children to interact with their peers. However, note that toddlers and infants do not enjoy playing with other children, so this tip applies primarily preschool and school age children. You can also choose non-violent computer games or 2-player apps so they can play with their friends or family.