Our toys are divided into seven groups and can be found in seven different places in the library:
A: These are the large, or active toys. They can be found in the side room in the library foyer and include bikes, slides and so on.
B: Baby toys, including rattles, activity boards, etc.
C: The construction sets, ranging from simple ones for three to four years olds to more complicated ones for older kids.
D: These toys encourage development and include matching activities, physical activities like stacking, or pushing, musical instruments and simple science experiments with magnets and prisms
F: Toys for fun and imagination, including small-scale models of real things that encourage imaginative play.
G: Games and toys most suitable for children over four years of age, ranging from simple classics like dominos to more complicated family games.
J: Jigsaw puzzles, arranged in order of complexity, with the easiest at the top and the hardest on the bottom.
S: Toys purchased with a special needs grant, focusing on sensory and motor skills. Suitable for all children.