Developing sense of touch: The soft, cuddly toys designed for newborns will often be a lovely texture, that your baby will enjoy reaching out and touching.
From around three to four months, your baby will begin trying to grasp things around them. As their strength increases, encourage them to try and lift their heads during tummy time. Now is a good time to introduce a play mat, with plenty of different toys for your baby to engage with. By around five-months-old, your baby will be starting to learn about cause-and-effect — if I hit this, it will make a noise, if I push this, it will move.
Now is a good time to introduce musical toys. This develops at around six months old, so toys that involve your baby putting one object on or in another are great. From around seven-months-old, your baby will start enjoying social interaction more. To help develop skills and ease any separation anxiety, use peek-a-boo toys that reassure your little one that even though something disappears, it comes back.
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The best baby toys list Ollie the Owl can be used from birth and is a soft toy, with four different in-built tunes, a nightlight and a cry sensor, which plays music to your baby if they wake during the night. With multiple colours and patterns for visual development, textures for tactile development, a peek-a-boo mirror for facial recognition and an opening beak aiding cause and effect learning, Philip also has a handy hook, making him great for clipping to the car seat or pushchair on the move.
Suitable from birth, as well as being a teether Gertie makes a cute squeaking sound which helps develop cause and effect skills, and is a nice orange colour aiding visual development.
Our panel of mum testers also loved how easy Gertie was to find in the car seat. Suitable from six months, the colourful instruments and buttons activate a number of different songs and tunes, whilst teaching your baby about numbers, shapes and colours. Our panel of mum testers loved this toy, and the option to add legs — encouraging your tot to stand up and play as they get older.
Not only can you use it for tummy time, most will have a mobile full of bright, interactive toys, encouraging your baby to reach out and grab them. This playmat might seem expensive, but it grows with your child and can be used from birth till around months-old.
They are colourful and chunky, with each ring providing different sounds and textures for your baby to engage with. Easy for little hands to hold, the musical rings are suitable from three-months-old. Our panel of mum testers also found the rings to be super durable, withstanding the inevitable falls from the highchair!
Freddie the Firefly is full of surprising features your baby will love, with his soft fabric head, with ribbon fillers, his colourful rotating wings and a see-through pod your baby can gaze at.
It has three different musical categories — nature, classic or lullabies, and nine different tunes and rotating characters on the ceiling. Once your baby outgrows the hanging toys, it converts into a music box and projector, then a bedside lamp with starry night projector.
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