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Playing with cars is a major activity for my two sons. Daniel in particular, at 5 years old, enjoys creating an imaginary world with them. Inspired by Ryan's Toy Review videos he asked if he could make his own. The result is the video in this link.    Start children off on the way they should go,  and even when they are old they will not turn from it.    ( Proverbs 22:6) This is as true of physical development as it is of the spiritual.  Children come across vehicles frequently in their daily lives, so they like to incorporate these in small world play, too. Imaginative play allows children to exercise their creativity and helps them make sense of the world around them.  Toy cars foster cognitive and physical development by forcing children to exercise gross and fine motor skills. In the simplest sense, kids learn to move things around. They see how quickly or slowly the toys roll and learn about what they can do depending on how much pressure they apply according to a ccor