Best Learning Toys for Babies
Infants and toddlers start the learning process immediately after birth, and the ideal toy can be instrumental in their mental, physical and cognitive development. In addition to being educational, toys for small children should not have small parts that can be easily ingested or sharp edges. The following are the latest safe and age appropriate toys for your child.â€¨â€¨
Bamboo Monkey Soft Shaker
â€¨â€¨This unique rattle is made from eco-friendly materials and is safe for babies ages zero to one year. The outside of the soft shaker is constructed out of pesticide-free bamboo. The inside is just as safe and made from natural corn. Your baby is sure to want to hug and cuddle with this toy and when it gets dirty, you can throw it in the washer for easy clean up. â€¨â€¨
Baby Bling And Other Things
Infant toys are all about your little one discovering how to use their hands and develop hand eye coordination early on. The rhino ball, for example, is an infant toy, designed to help baby with touch and allows them to keep their eyes on this colorful object while playing with you. It has 32 holes for little hands to grasp with ease and keep close. Every baby should also have a little bling to stimulate their senses. This kind of toy is made out of a variety of interesting fabrics, textures and lively colors. The diamond ring bling is also made for travel and can be easily attached to their car seat or stroller.
â€¨The reversible PlayMAT is listed for newborns and makes the ideal toy for tummy time and guiding them to roll over. Infants discover a variety of fascinating objects to gravitate towards on this type of mat. Your child will be mesmerized by the different designs on each side and as they get older, the mat becomes an interactive imaginary play land for their dolls and toy cars. â€¨â€¨
My First Fish Bowl
Here’s the perfect fish bowl that doesn’t require cleaning or feeding for your child ages six months and up. This is a great toy for learning hand-eye coordination and dexterity as they take the plush fish out of the play bowl and put them back in. The curiosity of this toy will hold any infant’s attention for a long while.â€¨â€¨
Laugh and Learn Love to Play Puppyâ€¨â€¨
This adorable toy isn’t just for snuggling with during nap time; the puppy is an excellent learning tool for teaching your child about letters, numbers and colors through noise and touch. You should always start baby’s learning as soon as they are born. Your infant or toddler is sure to smile and giggle their way through the silly songs.
Libro Coco Cat Multi-Sensory Activity Book
This activity book begins your journey into reading with your child. This is the ideal toy for newborns at the grabby stage of life. The touch and feel pages come with squeaky sounds and bright colors that encourage sensory and visual development.
Discover Sounds Alarm Clock
All babies and kids are entertained by the bright lights and funny sounds of the Discover sounds Alarm Clock. The toy is not only silly and engaging; your child can learn the basics of time and numbers. Fun toys that make noise helps you to know that your newborn’s hearing is also fine.
Little Tikes 3-in-1 Smart Trikeâ€¨â€¨
As your baby begins to outgrow his or her stroller, they can learn to walk with this push and steer trike. As they grow and reach the age of three, you can convert the toy into a full-functioning tricycle that they can ride on their own.
Infants and toddlers love to explore their way around a toy by grasping, chewing, listening and looking at it. Toys that encourage stimulation, growth and development make excellent learning instruments and can also be fun when you add a few squeaky sounds and bright colors to them. It is now that newborns should be introduced to the world of touch, sound and movement to help them develop great skills.
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