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There are so many kinds of baby toys to choose from. But the most important thing to consider when picking a baby toy is how much enjoyment it will give to the child. – PowerPoint PPT presentation

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Title: Age-by-Age Guide to Toys - Firstshop

Age-by-Age Guide to Toys!
  • There are so many kinds of baby toys to choose
    from. But the most important thing to consider
    when picking a baby toy is how much enjoyment it
    will give to the child. The physical appearance
    of the toy, its shape, color, and texture,
    determines how engaged and delighted the baby
    will be with his/her toy, which will allow the
    mother to prepare his/her food and complete other
    tasks, like household chores, etc. 

How They Play 0-12 Months
  • Top Toys
  • Brightly colored, multipatterned crib mobiles
  • Rattles
  • Unbreakable mirrors
  • Floor gyms
  • Activity boards
  • Soft, washable, colorful stuffed animals or dolls
    with a smiling face
  • Small stuffed fabric balls

How They Play 1-2 Years
  • Top Toys
  • Stacking rings
  • Nesting cups or boxes
  • Push- or pull-toys that make noise or have pieces
    that pop up or move
  • Hammering sets that let kids hammer pegs or balls
    through holes
  • Simple, sturdy musical instruments like
    tambourines, drums, or maracas
  • Shape sorters
  • Large play vehicles, such as a school bus or a
    fire engine, plus plastic people that ride in
  • Puzzles with four or five pieces
  • Rubber ducks or toy boats for bath time

How They Play 2-3 Years
  • Top Toys
  • Dolls and stuffed animals
  • Props for make-believe play, such astoy
    telephone, a tea-party set, a toy kitchen, or a
    doll stroller
  • Ride-on toys and tricycles
  • Musical instruments (especially popular are those
    with flashing lights on the keys that your child
    needs to press in order to play a tune)
  • Large transportation toys with buttons to make a
    horn honk or a siren whistle
  • Puzzles
  • Construction toys that snap together

How They Play 4-5 Years
  • Top Toys
  • Art supplies and craft kits
  • Blocks of different shapes
  • Electronic phonics toys
  • Construction sets with large pieces, such as
    Legos or Lincoln Logs
  • Puzzles of greater complexity
  • Action figures
  • Barbies
  • Dress-up clothes
  • Transportation toys, such as parking garages,
    airports, and train stations
  • Board games that don't require reading, such as
    Hungry Hungry Hippos, Yahtzee Jr., or Candyland
  • Soccer balls and basketballs
  • Bicycles with training wheels

How They Play 6-7 Years
  • Top Toys
  • Remote-control cars
  • Basic science kits
  • Magnets, magnifying glasses, and telescopes
  • Craft kits
  • Barbies
  • Game Boys
  • Computer and video games
  • Construction sets, such as Legos or K'Nex
  • Sports equipment
  • Board games that involve strategy, including
    chess and checkers

How They Play 8 Years
  • Top Toys
  • Computer and video games
  • Craft kits
  • More elaborate science kits
  • Outdoor sporting equipment
  • Intricate construction sets
  • Board games like Scrabble, Monopoly, and Trivial
    Pursuit Junior
  • Model kits

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