These playthings are brain-boosting and skill-building.
CREATED WITH FISHER-PRICE
Your baby's early years are crucial to his development. These are the times he explores the world and learns new things by exploring and playing.
Research shows that playtime helps your baby grow physically and intellectually. Playtime also helps develop your baby's motor skills, creativity, imagination, and emotional health. One of the best ways to help your child learn during this period is to get him fun learning materials and toys. Make sure you choose ones that are durable enough to withstand your baby's constant grabbing, throwing, and biting. The toys have to be fun and engaging to!
With over 80 years of experience in making toys to help child development, Fisher-Price toys can help give your baby the best possible start in life. Here are some toys that help baby learn, and help mommy and daddy bond with baby, too!
Kick 'n' Play Piano Gym
This fun piece will keep your baby busy and entertained with its colorful patterns and removable (but safe) parts! The musical piano keys will encourage your baby to reach, grasp, bat, and kick. The activity arch moves down during tummy time, so baby can have musical instruments within arms reach. The piano is also removable, which will allow you to bring it anywhere in the house, to keep your baby engaged.
Infant Stack & Roll Train
These three chunky train cars are just the right size for your baby to grasp and hold. Each train car features interesting textures, a colorful animal, and a letter to learn. The stackable train cars can help your baby understand size relationships and how things fit together. Connecting the train cars helps develop hand-eye coordination, while the rolling wheels encourages exercise and the development of motor skills. All aboard!
Baby's First Blocks
Introduce baby to sorting, stacking, and shape-matching with ten bright blocks that will guarantee hours of play. The blocks all fit into a bucket for easy storage. Filling the bucket with blocks and dumping them out enhances hand-eye coordination, while the blocks encourages baby to sort, stack, and learn about shapes, all while having fun!
Musical Lion Walker
Help your baby stand and walk through this fun toy. You can choose between two options, Sit and Play or Stand and Walk. Your baby can do up to eight things on the walker. He can use the toy to bat, slide, spin, press, flip and play peek-a-boo. And when baby is ready to stand and walk, the walker keeps baby steady while lights, sounds, and music keep him engaged.
Laugh & Learn Puppy's ABC Book
Puppy teaches baby the ABC's with this fun first book that has words, music, and lights. Every time your tiny tot turns a page, Puppy sings the ABC song for the letter shown. A press of a button makes Puppy read each letter and name objects that start with that letter, while pushing the "music" button makes Puppy's nose light up and dance to one of eight songs, helping baby learn cause and effect. An easy-carry handle ensures that your little bookworm has something to read while on the go.
Laugh & Learn Click 'n' Learn Remote
A tot-sized remote puts baby in control of fun. The chunky, colorful remote inspired role play and helps baby learn about colors, numbers, shapes, and more. With a press of a button, baby can hear words, songs, and music—activities that develop fine motor skills and help baby understand cause and effect. Parents can sing along with baby, too!
Newborn to Toddler Rocker
This versatile seat will be your baby's best friend from the day he's born until he's a toddler. It starts out as a newborn seat or rocker, but you can convert it to a baby chair as your child grows. The restraint system keeps baby safe and in place at all times. Calming vibrations and gentle rocking motion help soothe the little one, while the overhead and side activities help baby's hand-eye-coordination and fine motor skills. A handle makes the rocker super portable—it'll definitely be mommy and daddy's go-to baby seat for a long time.
Looking for more great toys for your baby? Click here!
This article was created by Summit StoryLabs in partnership with Fisher-Price.