Toys can be very useful in helping children acquire various skills and achieve developmental milestones. But aside from toys, other items such as activity centers can also be a worthy investment. These come with toys and activities that your baby can tinker around with, without having to move around too much.
If you’re considering purchasing an activity center for your child, here are some options you can look at.
Best suited for babies between five and 12 months old, this activity center has lots of cute and colorful learning toys that will encourage play, stimulate your child’s senses, and help her achieve developmental milestones such as motor skills and cognition. This can also be folded flat, which means it is portable and easily stored.
This learning table provides your child access to hands-on activities that help promote the development of fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination. It also has legs that you can detach whenever you want to.
Designed in partnership with pediatricians, this activity center is sure to aid your child in acquiring the skills she needs. It contains more than 25 developmental activities, a rotating seat, an adjustable foot platform, and areas to stow your child’s snacks and drinks. It is also made of durable, high-quality materials and can be used as a cruiser when your child gets older.
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This learning table, with its brightly-colored steering wheel, star button, flip-page book, and piano keys, allows your little one to engage in different kinds of play. Its legs are detachable, so even babies who cannot yet stand unassisted can have fun with it.
Animal-loving babies will have a blast with this activity center! It has animal friends that she can slide, spin, rattle, push, and more, as well as a flip-page book, piano keys, and a snack tray and drink holder. Its base is weighted so you are assured that it won’t tip over even if your baby has a bit too much fun. It is best suited for babies between six months and three years old.
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