The whole hand eye co-ordination thing is the classic reason that this generation’s men have been giving out, to excuse why they play video games so much. So we can understand your scepticism when we say the same thing about remote controlled toys. Especially since men’s hand/eye coordination is still so bad that we often cannot shake our thing and flush the toilet at the same time, but there is a growing belief that playing with remote controlled toys at a young age will help development. Especially when it comes to male development, when men seem to be wired more in the direction of object orientation and movement dynamic. The act of moving an object away through your own doing, and then seeing the distance/ depth from and the vector in which it moves may help a child better understand object orientation, distance, depth, and be a gentle introduction into the laws of cause and effect.
Women’s minds are generalised as to being less object orientated and less kinaesthetically inclined, hence the reason you see less women with a demolition crane licence or working on a CAD design computer. Put your little girl within arm’s reach of a remote control toy and let her develop the cause and effect side of her brain; it may even inspire her. She may turn out to be an airplane pilot, when before she was going to be a dinner lady. She may end up in charge of a cruise liner, instead of a gravy boat.
Though these generalisations on men and women are though years of cultural attitudes and the ways in which we teach our kids, thought should be given to your child using a remote control toy. They may encourage the fantasies of hopping in a car and taking a spin, but unless you are handing over your car keys, then they can express their fantasies through the medium of a remote controlled Syma Helicopter, or a RC car or boat. You will be thrilled when you see how your small child has begun to comprehend wind dynamic in relation to steady flight, and starts flying their copter into the wind to compensate. Your face will light up when you see your kid do an RC handbrake turn around the dinner table and then bring it in for a safe parallel park next to the dog.
Remote control toys make great gifts for any gadget lover and are great fun for the whole family. Every kid loves playing with cars radio-controlled toys. It’s a wonderful feeling to control the movements of a car or other vehicle, move to the left or right, or rotate it around. Remote controlled boats and submarines make great toys for the bathtub, fish tank, and pool. Children interested in water more than air can opt for remote control boats like Nirvana II, Caribbean Cruiser 2, and Nitro Wicked Angel 2.
It is strongly recommended that the flight controlled toys like the Syma S032 be played with on soft grounds such as grass or sand. Remote control toys are not made for toddlers and babies. In fact, adult supervision is recommendable any time small children are nearby. Gas (petrol) powered remote control cars and helicopters can create hours of fun for those who want more power and speed. Battery operated remote controlled cars and helicopters, which operate on rechargeable batteries, are available in a wide range for children and they are completely safe as no fuel or noxious chemicals are added to or released by the toy.
The Syma rc helicopters come in bright colours making them much more attractive and exciting than ever. There are many types of battery cars and helicopters available in the market such as RC Ferrari, Electric remote controlled racing Buggy, RC AMG, Bentley Continental GT RC, in RC helicopters, Shark RC helicopter, Palm Z and Syma S107 or the popular Syma Apache.
These toys are so much fun that you might be tempted to join your kids and play. RC toys build hand-eye coordination in children more effectively than their usual play and give them a soft start to understand cause and effect. Mental skills like reaction times and movement dynamic comprehension are improved by playing with remote control toys.