Susanna Banks Baby Toys February 05th, 2020 - 03:11:42
Something that makes a sound: Just make sure it is not sharp noises. Babies love toys that make sounds, and music can also be very educational, especially when introduced at a young age. Consider toys such as the Baby's 1st Birthday Music Set - by Edushape. Also touch n sing blocks are great, or the Mozart block. Finding toys that make music, or produce sounds that are pleasant for baby will result in more play and development.
At this stage, the child is full of energy and it wants to use its energy in moving its arms and legs. Playful baby toys should be introduced at this stage as the child can grab them and crawl. Moreover, playing with a baby toy will help in the overall development of the child.
Toys that foster the imagination are great for both boys and girls, toys like blocks or stacking cups can be very educational. They are designed to stimulate your baby's brain and sense of coordination as well as help with item recognition. There are blocks with animals, abstract shapes, cars and instruments inside. Indeed, toys are one of the best friends that a baby may ever have.
At first, the best type of toys for your baby are those that hang above their head. As babies are unable to sit up until a few months old, laying down looking at a ceiling all day can get pretty boring! Babies also spend a lot of time in their cots so having a mobile hanging over the top is a great way to give them something to look at, and make them happy.
Bold colors: Brightly colored toys will keep a baby's attention longer, and will help them to distinguish between parts, and what goes with what. For example, a toy that requires a baby to match shapes with the space they go in, reinforces the idea with color coordinating openings and shapes. Great examples of toys that make great baby gifts, and are brightly colored are almost anything by Lamaze, and the Touch n' Sing blocks by Neurosmith, which come in a variety of subject matters.