雅思写作9分范文:父母给孩子买太多玩具好不好?

Some parents buy their children a large number of toys to play with. What are the advantages and disadvantages for the child of having a large number of toys?

It is true that many parents purchase a multitude of playthings for their offspring. Whether or not this is a good thing for the child is a moot point(争论未决的问题). On the face of it(从表面判断) the advantages seem most apparent, but could there be a downside to this phenomenon of devoted parenting as well? 在考官范文里出现了问句,但是普通选手不建议使用,没有考官的驾驭能力。

Most people would consider children who have many toys to be the fortunate ones. Interesting things to play with stimulate many positives in the young boy or girl, such as optimum brain, development, hand-eye coordination and colour recognition, apart from the simple joy of playing. Modern toys are designed to be educational as well as fun, and concerned parents carefully select products which might speed their child’s acquisition of numbers or the alphabet.

It is possible that owning multiple toys could be in any way detrimental to a child? This is an unusual question, but there are some hidden pitfalls. For one, wealthy parents might spoil their son or daughter by showering him/her with toys, resulting in a negative effect on the child’s character. For another, a growing child’s concentration span may suffer if they are constantly surrounded by too many tempting objects, so that they become unable to focus on any one game for a decent length of time before distracted. On the social side, older children may become targets of envy(嫉妒的对象) from classmates, if they are perceived as having far more possessions than their peers. Finally, the majority of toys today are made of plastic which commonly contains the chemical BPA, proven to be dangerous for infants to suck on or ingest.

It is clear then that this situation is not as straightforward as it first appears.(不像乍一看那样简单明了。可以模仿的句型) It would seem that one of the many duties of parents is to make an informed choice about how many toys they buy for their young ones.

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