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Suitable for 0-12 months baby toys-Woodmam

Toys suitable for 0-2 months old babies.

0-2 months Shake and rattle toys (rattles, flower bell sticks, etc.) Shake the rattle to let the baby find the sound source and train listening skills. Let the baby grasp the rattle and shake it to exercise fine motor.

Musical toys. Let the baby listen to the sound, train the auditory ability, and at the same time pleasant emotions.

Activity toys. Attract the baby's eyes, follow the activities of the toy, training visual skills.

Mirror. Let the baby look in the mirror, observe themselves, and develop self-awareness.

Hanging toys hanging over the bed, can attract the baby's eyes, make sounds, training visual and auditory skills.

Pictures (portraits, black and white pictures with certain patterns) Hang them above the bed or put them on the wall for your baby to see to train visual skills.

3-4 months

The toys provided to babies in this age group should pay special attention to safety. First, the paint and material should be non-toxic to avoid danger when the baby puts the toy in his mouth; second, the small beads and sewn-on decorations in the toy should not fall off easily, and the size of the toy should not be smaller than the baby's fist to avoid choking caused by the baby's accidental ingestion.

Starting from 3 months, babies can initially distinguish various colors and are interested in colors (especially yellow and red). Providing your baby with brightly colored toys can promote the development of your baby's color discrimination ability.

Toys suitable for 3-4-month-old babies are.

Family portrait books for babies to recognize themselves and their parents and to develop visual skills.

Crib arch hanging a variety of toys, easy for baby to grasp, kicking and punching, the development of whole-body movements, training hand-eye coordination.

Grasping toys grasping, shaking, exercising hand-eye coordination.

Bracelets and anklets that can make sounds are carried on the baby's wrists and ankles to increase the baby's interest in activities and develop the movement of the whole body.

Books suitable for the characteristics of the baby Read books, through the knowledge of books, to develop an interest in early reading.

5-6 months

In this stage, hand-eye coordination occurs and the baby can accurately reach for toys. Babies can make some simple but effective movements: when sitting at the table, babies like to scratch the table with their hands to reach the toys on the table; babies like to tear the paper, will shake and knock the toys, and remember that different toys have different ways to play and functions; when a toy is dropped, babies will look in the direction of the drop; and both hands can grab two toys at the same time.

Bathroom toys (including sinking and floating toys) Bath time in the bathtub or bathtub, is easy for the baby to grasp, increase the fun of bathing, exercises hand-eye coordination, and develops cognitive skills.

Soft blocks recognize blocks, grasp blocks, and exercise hand-eye coordination. Parents to build blocks for babies, make new shapes, and improve their cognitive ability of babies.

Soft ball grasping, exercise hand-eye coordination.

Stuffed toys that can make sounds Recognize the names of stuffed toys, such as dolls and kittens, to improve cognitive skills.

Non-invertible shaking, trying to push down, etc., training fine motor.

Suitable for baby characteristics books Read books, develop an interest in early reading.

7-9 months

Baby's various movements begin to appear intentional: they will consciously ring small bells, use one hand to hold things, and pick up toys and turn them around in their hands. The baby's five fingers also have a division of labor and can use the thumb and other fingers to work together to pick up toys and can also use the thumb and index finger to pinch something tiny. After the age of half a year, the "barrier" between the baby's hands disappears, and he can pass toys from one hand to the other, holding two blocks in his hands and knocking them against each other.

It is common at this age to give your baby too many toys, too many different toys, and too much "stimulation", making your baby overwhelmed by the room full of toys. Studies have shown that giving your baby too many toys can lead to a scattered personality, a lack of focus, and a lack of concentration. Give your baby a few toys in moderation, as long as you inspire your baby to think of more ways to play and stimulate your baby's hands and brain for better results.

Pull the rope music box Bundled in the stroller, so that babies learn how to pull the rope to make the music box sound, and exercise hand-eye coordination. Develop musical ability.

Toy drums Feel free to hit, to meet the needs of the baby's hand movements, stimulate the sense of hearing, and exercise hand-eye coordination.

Building blocks Practice grasping Exercise hand-eye coordination.

Push and pull toys Push and pull, use the rope attached to the toy to pull it over and develop problem-solving skills.

Boxes or bottles with lids Cover lids to practice hand-eye coordination and understand cause and effect relationships.

Small box with toys Take toys in and out to practice hand-eye coordination and improve cognitive skills.

Cards Recognize the names of things, improve cognitive skills, and develop language skills.

10-12 months

The baby's thumb and index finger are becoming more flexible and he can squeeze the beans skillfully.

The baby likes to manipulate toys and observe things that interest him for a long time. He begins to remember things. When his mother talks about puppies, he understands what she is referring to without looking at objects or pictures and says "woof woof"; he remembers things. He remembers the joy of pulling out the Kleenex one by one. The baby prefers to play hide and seek. He has developed the concept of object permanence and does not make the "childish mistake" of "out of sight, out of memory". The baby will push the mother's hand or look her in the eyes and plead with her to bring the toy out of reach.

Balls Rolling and kicking balls are big muscle movements that improve whole-body coordination and cognition of cause and effect.

Crawl tunnel Practice crawling and climbing to exercise the coordination of body skills, large muscle movement, whole-body coordination, and improve exploration skills.

Set of towers/cups Set of towers/cups according to the size of the set, exercise hand-eye coordination, while having the concept of size, the cognition of cause and effect.

Rotate the towers/cups to experience the relationship between strength and speed.

Toy piano Random keys to meet the needs of the baby's hand movements and stimulate the sense of hearing. Baby makes movements according to music, exercises hand-eye coordination, and cognitive cause, and effect relationship.

Shape classification toys Recognize shapes and develop the concept of shapes.

Metal wire bead toys move beads up and down, exercise hand-eye coordination, and understand the cause and effect relationship.

Baby dining chair Eat, play, exercise self-care ability.
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