The toys that we choose to buy for our kids can make a difference in their development. Being presented opportunities to see, play with and experience specific materials will present different challenges, require different skill sets and cover different learning areas. Children can learn from any toy, (or anything they deem to be a toy), but the amount, depth and breadth of the learning depends on the interaction between the child and it, and the type of opportunities the toys provide. Further learning can also occur when the child plays cooperatively with peers or adults.
Babies and toddlers learn by playing, so choosing the right toys is an important way to foster their growth and development. Even infants who aren’t yet mobile can be introduced to toys that stimulate their senses of sight and sound and, eventually, touch. Look for musical mobiles to hang above the crib and changing table, and consider getting an infant swing with an overhead toy bar featuring hanging toys that your baby can look at and touch. As your baby grows older, they’ll also enjoy rattles and teethers, play stations and baby gyms.
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