Our pick of the top fun-filled toys for babies from birth to 6 months, as tested by babies and rated by their parents. By Helen Brown. But, roll forward even a few weeks, and your baby will like love looking at things with bright or high-contrast colours and listening to things that rattle or tinkle or shake. What it is: A multi-sensory soft 12cm x 9cm x 25cm flamingo with a velvety neck, extendable legs, silky beak, crinkly tail, and wings that whirr and flap when you pull down on the clip. Attaches easily to buggies, prams and nappy bags. Why we love it: Yes, flamingoes are very on-trend but what sold us on this bird are those flapping wings — what brilliant baby magnets!
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12 of the best toys for newborns
The Montessori Method of education —a child-centered educational approach based on scientific observations of children from birth through adulthood—has been a popular education style for decades. It encourages a supportive learning environment and values the development of the whole child, considering everything from physical and cognitive development to social and emotional. This beautifully handmade ring is a grabbing toy, teether and rattle all rolled into one.
Your precious newborn will light up your life. Your baby can see objects inches away but can't make out details or the full color spectrum. He follows objects slowly with his eyes over very short distances. She mimics simple facial expressions and, when someone speaks to her, looks intently.