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Toys on Credit

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*We do not supply toys directly, this listing is for a loan which you can use to purchase toys or any other product of your choice*

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Loans for Toys

Select toys on credit in the UK are sometimes an absolute must. Not everybody just has the cash lying around to go and fund 3 birthdays a month. Birthdays can be an extremely expensive time of the year, just as much as Christmas. Getting toys on credit may be the answer you’re looking for. Loanski do not offer toys on credit specifically but do however offer payday loans up to £2000, which may lift the weight off your shoulders for a period of time. People have been known for applying for loans over the Christmas period to fund the holiday. Maybe you just feel like treating your child. However important the expense may be, we might be able to help.

Toys on Credit UK

Our services come at no cost to our customers. We offer a simple, quick solution. You can apply for your desired loan amount within 3 minutes and could receive the cash in just 10 minutes! Also, when applying for a payday loan through us, we can guarantee it will not affect your credit score! Unless of course you are successful in getting your loan. Just be sure that you are in a comfortable position in the future to pay off your loan.

Over the last few years, toys have proven to be more expensive. A large amount of today’s entertainment for kids is digital and when it comes to the digital side of things, nothing comes cheap! iPad, iPhone, Xbox, PlayStation, Televisions and more – I think most of us can see the affect purchasing such items on our remaining bank balance.

Applying for a payday loan may not be so different to a ‘Buy Now Pay Later’ scheme. It may even be your only option. Either way, we’re here to support.

Playing with toys can be a huge part of your daughter or son’s childhood. Most kids find them enjoyable and can be seen as a training tool for future life in society. Having toys has been proven to teach children to share and appreciate what they have. Of course being a parent, some of us can appreciate it sometimes does the opposite!

Toys can be made out of almost any material. Commonly known materials are wood, plastic, paper, clay and rubber.


Below we have a few interesting facts about toys:

1) Did you know that the world famous Barbie doll has a full name? It is Barbara Millicent Roberts.

2) Dr. Doodle was the first ever toy sold by the world famous toy brand Fisher-Price.

3) Mr. Potato Head was the first ever toy to be advertised on television back in 1952.

4) Wisp is the real name of the Rainbow Brite doll.

5) The Rock’em and Sock’em robots actually have names! They are Red Rocker and Blue Bomber. Creative right?!

6) In the 1930’s, Play-Doh was created to clean wallpaper originally.

If you have considered getting select toys on credit UK, why not use our modern, easy-to-use website? We might be the answer you are looking for.


Child Development.

As a child develops and gets older, the toys they play with are an extension of their personality. Some little girls love to play with baby dolls and all the accessories that come with it, pacifiers, bottles, nappies and baby grows. Other little girls may choose to play with what would be quintessentially associated with a boys toy such as model train tracks or cars. Whatever you child chooses to play with, the benefits to their development can be tremendous. Toys can be seen as the most frivolous things ever but in many ways they are essential. Nursery’s and play groups are often laden with toys and this is because they can be the centre pieces of social interaction between peers. In fact there is no social culture that is without toys, whether they be the mainstreamed, heavily advertised toys or handmade puzzles, they are always a part of life. Even some animals play with toys, you can find fascinating images and articles online which depict animals such as chimps and pandas who find toys extremely entertaining!


Kids playing with toys.

Certain toys will be played with a different times during a child development, for example, babies are engaged by brightly coloured things, such as toys animals hanging from a mobile. Also babies will like to shake rattles and toys which make new and exciting noises. Touching and engaging with toys from as young as birth is known as the first stage of play, often referred to as ‘unoccupied play’. As a child grows into infancy and becomes a toddler, they will begin to play on their own. Whether it be with a plastic tea set, or a noisy toy instrument, this stage is known as ‘solitary play’.

Around a child’s first birthday they may begin to engage in something known as ‘Parallel play’, where children will play with toys adjacent to each other but not actually together, they can and will be interested in whatever the other child or children are doing but they will still be occupying themselves. Another activity and stage in a child’s development is known as ‘Onlooker play’, which involves a child watching other children play, they may even begin to discuss the playing but without actually taking part.

A little later, often after the age of 4, a child will begin taking part in ‘co-operative play’ or associative playing, this type of play takes a certain degree of social maturity and it is when children will actively play along side each other without the guide or instruction of a caregiver. Later on children will begin to interact with each other in what is known as ‘social play’, this may involve using their imaginations as well as props (were talking about toys of course!). Each of these stages of play and development in a child involve the use of toys. All this information is testament to the importance of our children having a range of exciting toys to choose and play with. Also, lets not forget there are many adults who enjoy playing with toys, one member of staff here at Loanski recently taught them self the Rubik’s cube and has enjoyed endless hours of play… and gloating!