Are you looking for gifts for your little ones but have no idea what toys and activities are best for their development? Here are some last-minute ideas! Our therapists have put together a list for babies, toddlers, and preschoolers to help you find toys that are amazing for your little one’s development but also things they will love.
Teethers are a great option for babies, they’re small enough to toss a few in their stocking, and it’s something your child will get a lot of use out of. Our therapists recommend purchasing the Beckman triangle, comotomo teether or banana toothbrush.
Books that your child can’t destroy are always a good idea. They allow your child to chew and play with them without worrying about having to throw them away. Here are some books we recommend.
Wooden Activity Centre
Activity centres are a great way to help your kiddo develop their speech. It gives them the opportunity to explore, play games, and learn in an interactive way.
Baby Safe Mirror
Mirrors help babies develop their visual senses.
Texture Multi-Ball Set
This set is great for babies because it allows them to explore their senses with touch and feel in a safe environment.
Melissa & Doug Sound Puzzles
Sound puzzles will help increase your child’s vocabulary in addition, it will help them learn how to match and with their comprehension.
Bubbles encourage children to make certain sounds, plus they’re fun for kids to play with.
Interactive gifts like farm sets let your little one learn about different animals and the sounds they make in a fun way.
This toy will help your child learn functional words like up and down.
Help your preschooler explore and use their imagination while creating.
Build social skills and will help increase your child’s vocabulary while they’re role playing.
They are fun and interactive. They allow children to think critically.
Learning resources are a great way to help your child while they’re at home with you. They will guide you and provide you with educational content for your child.
Help children to use creative expression and sounds to explore the world around them. It gives them the opportunity to use their imagination.
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