“Adults can often experience this as well, and many adults may be unable to work if their desk or counters are too cluttered, and it is the same principle with children and toys. Research has pointed to the fact that fewer toys can lead to playtime that is of higher quality to children and it allows them to build the ability to pay attention and to play more creatively. They are able to focus on one toy at a time.”


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