All they want to play with is the box!
Did you know that the cardboard box is in the National Toy Hall of Fame?
And with good reason.
Cardboard boxes can engage children for hours for hardly any cost. But more than that, playing with a cardboard box can build skills that toys - creativity, imagination and resourcefulness. Sally Goddard Blythe says “The toy marketing industry has done a great job of persuading parents they need to keep buying ever more expensive toys and gadgets.... This isn’t true."
Cardboard boxes inspire creativity and imagination as they children build upon, transform and reinvent them.