Through collecting, children also learn searching skills, social skills, teamwork… and positive habits such as being neat, tidy, and knowing how to take care of their things from an early age.

Children can start collecting from the age of two or three, depending on the things they like, their time budget and their parents’ help.

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Collections can be short-term or long-term, such as candies to eat each day in a different flavor or shape, types of pasta, beans for cooking sweet soup, bottle caps of different colors to arrange.

When collecting, children do what they like, satisfy their ego, and relax their minds in a healthy way instead of sitting in front of the TV or playing video games.

Children can experience and see the fruits of their labor grow over time, feel proud of themselves, and see that they can do things, which helps children become more confident.

Children learn a lot of knowledge from their collections.

When children know how to write, they write the names of the items they collect, stories about the items such as where they found them, who gave them to them, under what circumstances they found them, what special things happened that day… When they learn to read,

Children learn to see things in a different way, full of secrets, learn to appreciate the little things around them and know how to protect the environment, for example, when diving, do not take coral, when collecting flowers, only take

When collecting, children practice counting, classifying, grouping, statistics of similar and different things, and practice logical thinking.

Collecting things that cost money to buy such as books, comics, music records… children must practice allocating and managing the money they have to buy the things they want, thereby learning financial management skills.

Help your child collect, help him see everything with the eyes of a child that adults no longer have.