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Study: Fewer Toys Is the Better Option

Susan Newman Ph.D.

Psychology Today

Feb 8, 2018

"Having fewer toys can lead a young child to focus and engage in more creative, imaginative play, according to the study, 'The influence of the number of toys in the environment on toddlers’ play' published in the journal Infant Behavior and Development. Fewer toys, it turns out, result in healthier play, and, ultimately, deeper cognitive development."