Savannah Nichols Baby Toys January 31st, 2020 - 06:23:32
In a word: yes! Psychologists, medical researchers and scientists have conducted enough research to show that babies are born hardwired to learn. As your baby has to learn extremely quickly how to adapt to the world around him (in fact, the amount of knowledge that every baby has to learn in order to survive is staggering when you think about it!), this means that his brain is hardwired with neurological pathways that are ready to learn from experiences, sensations, sounds and the like. It stands to reason that the more complex the interactions with experiences and sensations are, the more likely it is that your child will have to develop more complex cognitive abilities to adapt. This research has given rise to a whole new industry of baby toys, such as Baby Einstein® or Baby Beethoven® - all of which are designed to give your child complex interactions and experiences that serve to invigorate cognitive ability.
Then there are musical objects like cot mobiles that can be categorized as stimulating toys. It is an established fact that music both stimulates and calms the child's mind. These objects with stimulating music can be placed in the baby's cot or even in the car near the infant. Some musical CDs meant specifically for babies are also available.
There are lots of perfect toys or dolls to choose from and it is up to you to decide what kind of toy you will give to your child. You can search toy stores or even the internet for the perfect friend for your baby. But first let us know the types of toys you might choose from. And here they are.
An easy suggestion: Do not pick out your child's toy using what you want. That can be a colossal blunder. Think about exactly what would entertain or even invigorate your son or daughter. Precisely what colorings combined with designs would they like? What do they respond to best? Finally, on the complete opposite end on the spectrum, what colorings or shapes are they scared of? Are there any animals they don't like? Then obviously, stay away from those types of baby toys.
As the baby grows, you can incorporate block puzzles and let the baby play with them. You can even show them how to go about arranging them and then let them do it on their own. The types of toys should change with age. The toys are meant to stimulate the five human senses of touch, sight, sound, smell and taste and in turn this will create attention, curiosity, memory and also help the development of the nervous system.