Jo Hobbs Baby Toys December 28th, 2019 - 06:23:40
When getting baby toys, it is important to go for those which will last for a longer time so that they can be passed from one baby to another as they grow to new toys. Before your baby is strong enough to write anything, you can get cloth books which normally come printed with different shapes in different colors. Such kind of toys help in the long term development by encouraging pre reading skills while the different shapes assist in learning things like animal names, alphabets as well as numbers.
Besides, educational purposes, some baby toys can help your baby learning about real-life skills. It can be accomplished through providing toys that mirror real life. For example, Baby Einstein Video and DVDs such as Baby Da Vinci: From Head to Toe, Baby Einstein Neighborhood Animals, Baby McDonald A Day on the Farm, Baby Neptune Discovering Water, Discovering Shapes, Baby Shakespeare - World of Poetry, Baby Mozart - Music Festival. They are the ideal platforms for your baby to learn about the real world, about the animals in the world and the water world, get knowledge about our body from head to toe, get in touch with the beautiful poems from Shakespeare and wonderful music from Mozart. For these kinds of baby toys, don't worry about whether a toy is for a boy or a girl. Consider instead what the baby will be learning using the toys.
The third one that you might give to a baby is a soft ball. Babies love to see rolling balls and chase it until they tire themselves out. The ball is soft like a pillow so when it bounces back to the baby, the baby will not get hurt. They can throw it enjoy fully or the babies can use it as a pillow when they sleep.
Our second topic is wood baby toy tips. Wood baby toys are a natural and healthy choice for your baby as most have coatings that are non-toxic sealers and paints. These toys are not just safe but can become family heirlooms as they are durable and attractive, and can be repaired so each generation can have a beautiful toy. The wood toys to avoid are those made of pressed wood because they contain a Urea-Formaldehyde adhesive which can cause throat and skin irritation and nausea. Pressed wood toys do not have the finished edges of natural woods and are more bumpy in the texture. Wood toys made with mineral,linseed,or plant-based oils should not be used for children under three years of age.
For a baby who is three months old and up, you can choose a big doll to allow grasping. Babies this big likes gripping tight and will not let go of cute wooden baby toys. That is to say, that you have to focus more on beautiful colors to help kids in their sensory and motor development. Some of their functional dolls combine wood, fabric and water based paints as construction materials.