Jo Hobbs Baby Toys January 24th, 2020 - 04:18:57
The next topic that we are to discuss is stuffed baby toys tips. This is actually one of the safest toys for baby. Most stuffed or plush toys for baby are safe as long as they have no small parts that are sewed on and can be chewed off by teething. Also when purchasing a stuffed or plush toy be sure that all the seems on the toy are strong so that the baby will not have the chance to be exposed to the poly-fill material in the toy which is made with chemicals that can be ingested and potentially dangerous for the baby as well as the fact that the poly-fill is a choking hazard.
Hemp is usually a good alternative for wool. Look for a label that tells you whether a toy is made of a hundred percent cotton. There are deluxe baby toys in the marketplace for you today and you only have to pick the best style. Rubber is another wonderful material and there are many dolls made of it. Rubber is soft and soothing and those two qualities make it perfect for babies.
The organic baby toys will not only be secure for your children when playing but they will also be safe for the environment. Toys made from natural and organic products will also offer the same kind of fun which other toys can provide. Together with traditional toys derived from sustainable wood, there are also lots of soft toys which are available. Moreover, it is a common fact that babies tend to put everything inside their mouths, thus, toys should be of zero toxins which are very ideal for children especially the babies.
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.
We are also going to discuss baby toy tips for the crib and play pen. The tips for the crib are simple. Please use large stuffed or plush toys that do not have small parts that can be torn or chewed off as babies love to put things in their mouths. Also avoid those stuffed animals that have a pellet stuffing such as beanie animals. Play pen toys are just a little more complicated than the crib as this is usually the place that the baby spends the most time awake so harder plastic toys and wood toys would be acceptable here for short time spans or under direct supervision.
House hold objects as toys give babies the opportunity to copy their parents. For example toy phones, from a young age babies recognise what holding a phone looks like from seeing their parents holding one - although be careful, many toy shops sell the old fashioned types of phones with the receiver, my son had no idea this was a phone, so we gave him one of our mobile phones to play with and he knew in an instant to hold it to his ear or to press buttons.