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Best Infant Educational Toys for 2015

Updated on January 1, 2015

The Benefits Of Infant Educational Toys

Let's take a look at Infant Educational Toys and their benefits.

Brand new parents have so much to look forward to. If you have an infant of your own, relish in your baby's first step, first smile, first everything. Having a baby can change your views about everything. Now, you are answerable for someone else's life.

They are helpless little angels who will depend entirely on you for everything. While they are too young to do anything, you have to make sure that their needs are met. Newborns don't do much at first, and they are constantly learning about the world around them by using their senses.

They are like blank slates, and you are the person who will fill that slate with knowledge. Babies soak up information like a sponge. They learn best through looking, touching, smelling, and hearing. Seeing your baby discover something new every day is a very exciting thing to experience.

Infant Educational Toys

How do you enhance your child's experience and what part can Infant Educational Toys play? First, you have to provide them their basic needs: food, shelter, and clothing. You need to make sure that everything you give them is healthy, because the quality of their growth will depend entirely on what they take in.

Then, there are the toys. These are meant to supplement their experiences. There are amazing educational toys available practically everywhere. These are especially helpful when you want to assist your babies in learning about their brand new surroundings.

An unbreakable mirror, in particular, does a lot for your child in the first three months of their lives. The mirror helps them become aware of their surroundings. Plus, they don't need to go very far to see what is being reflected.

While you change your little one's nappies or while you feed them, you can make them hold the mirror so that they get entertained. After all, it doesn't take much to make babies laugh.

Everything about them is still so fresh that they can appreciate things rather easily. Babies love looking at faces, and the mirror gives them something to focus on.

Great Educational Toys for Infants

Aside from a mirror, your baby will definitely enjoy toys that come in bright colors and funny shapes. Bright patterns will help your child distinguish certain objects from each other. It will be easier for them to choose which ones they like.

When they've spotted something that they want, they will naturally reach for it. This encourages movement, which of course is very good because your child will then learn about the things around them.

Soft toys are also great. They are easy to hold and can be very entertaining. Baby rattles and squeaky toys do wonders in enhancing their sense of hearing and gross motor skills. And because your child will tend to put things in their mouth, soft toys are able to massage their gums. This especially comes in handy when your infant requires a form of oral fixation.

The first three months of your newborn's life are extremely crucial particularly in sensory development. With each milestone, your baby should have the proper support they need.

As a parent, you should be looking ahead for more educational toys to prepare your baby in the next stage. Every child has an instinct to learn, that is why toys play a vital role in their learning and discovery. Despite their cute little frames and innocent smiles, they need to be well assisted in their needs. So with every toy selection, you need to make sure that you have the right one for your baby.

© 2009 pkmcr

Which Of The Infant Educational Toys is Your Favorite?

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      5 years ago

      I love buying educational toys for my kids. The little ones really learn a lot from playing. The ones on this page looks really fun.

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      6 years ago

      Oh yes! There is much excitement to be had with each new learning step by baby and toddler. I was the mom who always gave my son educational toys, as an infant, and throughout his early childhood. I loved reading him his books and watching him manipulate his wooden puzzles and building blocks.

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      6 years ago

      I loved getting my kids educational toys when they were babies. These days you really have to get a head start on their education and these toys are perfect for that.

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      Lisa Marie Gabriel 

      6 years ago from United Kingdom

      The baby Einstein octopus makes me wish I was still a baby :D

    • LNAngel profile image


      7 years ago from Florida

      I have a 9 month old and I love the Bendy Ball you feature here!

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      8 years ago

      I am glad to see other parents who believe that it is never too early to start teaching our children. They benefit and develop so much with that early start that we should try out educational toys for infant, especially if it is also fun for the child. Great selection of toys


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