Infant Toddler Toys

Baby toys for toddlers

From chick producers for the baby's first weeks to turning the pages of an infant's first book - our range of baby and toddler games is educational and fun. Wood toys for babies and toddlers | Early learning Wood infant toys such as rattle and infant cell phones are great presents for infants as they help them acquire these important early childhood abilities such as listening, touching and seeing. Becoming infants, a whole new set of toys is needed to help your infant grow physical, mental and social.

Wood toys for small children such as stack able toys, jigsaws, form sorter and wood bricks help to solve problems and help to think. And other toys such as pulled along toys and wood walking sticks are great for teaching them how to go and help them evolve both physical and mental.

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To see a listing of all the toys that begin with one of the following alphabets, click on it. Featuring lively tunes, lively tunes and ridiculous sound, this baby and toddler toys set your imagination in motion. Enjoy the action! Just place the Tivity songs on the desk and push the keys to turn on colourful character pops, whirls, turns, flutters and flies on an aerial pillow.

There is a desk toys for small children and a ground toys for the little ones. These include a couch, a drawer, chairs and tables, pots, tricycles, prams, four puppets, various clothes and accessoires - flasks, rattle, etc.. Hand held handlebar for your child. Lights and noises, with rotary knob and keys to push.

Infants use their mouths and mouths to discover new things. Stimulation of the tactile sense and sense of touch is an important area of early infant growth and the provision of rattle is an excellent way to encourage your infant to see, hear and touch. Infants use their mouths and mouths to discover new things.

Stimulation of the sense of tactile perception and sense of contact is an important area of early infant growth and the provision of rattle is an excellent way to encourage your infant to see, hear and feel.

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