Baby & Toddler Toys

Babies and toddlers brains are developing incredibly rapidly. With these Adorable and Safe toys your babies and toddlers will reach their full potential as they explore their toy world.

Which Are the Best Toys for Your Newborn Baby?


Congratulations! Either you or someone you are shopping for has just had a baby. This is such a special time in your life, and the life of that newborn child. And while there are plenty of necessities which must be taken into account, every parent wants to buy their children toys to play with. But which toys do the most good for your child, and which ones are a wasted purchase? Choosing the most essential toys for your brand-new baby means first understanding his developmental process..


From 1 to 3 months, your child is learning to live in his surroundings. He will smile, raise his head, follow objects with his eyes and begin gripping. He may even try to grasp dangling objects and raise his hands to his mouth. A baby gym is an excellent toy purchase for all of those reasons. Make sure to include bright colors, since newborns cannot see low contrast objects which are much more than about a foot away.


A set of plastic links is extremely affordable, and can be added to your baby gym. They can also be used independently to drive fine motor skill development. Both the baby gym and inexpensive plastic links are a great toy choice for your newborn baby, and are relevant past your child's first year.


From 4 to 6 months babies are trying to manipulate things that they see. They are learning to use their hands and are becoming aware of their own voices. Babies will roll over from front to back, and babble incessantly. They will laugh spontaneously, sit up when supported and reach out to grab objects (like your hair).


Purchasing an Oball Rattle will help promote and improve all of these behaviors. (Just be sure to purchase the official Oball Rattle, as it is free of dangerous BPA, PVC, latex and phthalates.)


The Oball Rattle is inexpensive and found conveniently online at multiple Internet retail outlets. Purchasing a small set of squeeze toys for bath time play further promotes hand movements and other fine motor skills. They are relevant for newborns and older children, and promote visual tracking, grasping and oral exploration.


Soft, cloth blocks as opposed to wooden or plastic ones are great purchases for newborns. Even after they are a year old they will still squeeze, stack and play with them. Some cloth blocks even include bells and other sound making objects. Buy sets that come with numbers and/or letters so as your baby grows they can learn those important lessons.


Any small rattle balls are also great for the newborn as well as the older child. There are many excellent sets which have several balls that produce different sounds. This helps your child learn to discriminate between them, promoting sound localization, visual tracking and once again, fine motor skill development.

Trying to Save Money on Toys?

Here Are The Essentials for Your Toddler.

Just like every parent you would love to buy all the gifts and toys  that your children could desire. But this is not always financially possible. So if you had to choose between all the many types of toys available, what are the money-saving essentials for your toddler? Lets start by understanding just what is going on at this stage of your child's personal development.

Toddlers are defined as young children who are just beginning to walk. This usually means kids between the ages of 1 and 3. This is a very important time for social, cognitive, physical and emotional development. So you want to focus on those toys which help advance your child in these areas.

Building Blocks are Versatile Developmental Boosters

Simple toy building blocks with different numbers, shapes, colors and sizes can provide an inexpensive but fun playtime activity. They are sturdy and last for years, make for a very minimal investment on your part, and can be used in a number of ways. They promote fine motor skill development, shape, color and number recognition and memory, as well as independence and creativity.

A beach toy combination of pail and shovel can be enjoyed at the sandbox, the beach or just about anywhere. This is another budget friendly choice that has multiple developmental benefits for your toddler, and social ones as well. 

Balls Are the Perfect Low-Budget Toddler Toy

Balls of any shape or size prove more challenging for your child to manipulate than stationary blocks. When your child follows the movement of the ball with their eyes, it may seem like a simple task. However, this visual tracking in toddler's teaches both eye-hand coordination and visual acuity. Your little one learns to coordinate her body movements with the actions and movements of the things she sees.

Chasing after a ball also develops spatial awareness. Your child has to quickly calculate how far away the ball is, how fast it is moving and where her body is in relation to it.

Stacking Cups Improve Seriation – What Is That and Why Is It Important?

Stacking cup sets make inexpensive toy purchases. You can even simply use plastic cups from your cupboard if they are stackable. Your toddler's math and science skills get an early head start at development when he begins stacking in different patterns and groups. This teaches size relationships, and even the effect of gravity on structures.

Stacking, whether with blocks or cups, also improves your toddler's understanding of seriation. That is just a big word for putting things in their proper order. And playing with inexpensive water toys of all kinds will have your child giggling and laughing, while fine motor skills, dexterity and coordination are all boosted.