8 New Toy Finds for Toddlers
I love this Wooden Spin & Feed shape Sorter because it shows one missing piece at a time, which allows kids to intentionally search for correct shapes by visually scanning for the one they need instead of using a trial and error approach. This is great for beginners.
This Toolbox Fill & Spill activity set comes with different plush tools, a vibrating drill, and 2 screws that fit inside two of the blocks. It’s a super cute toy that is great for encouraging pretend play, developing motor skills, and engaging the senses.
Smart Sounds Play House allows kids to explore different rooms in the house by opening and closing the windows and doors. Each room comes with its own button that makes a different sound when pressed.
My first Farm Animals are 3 piece magnetic puzzles that easily connect together. Playing with them works on problem-solving, matching, attention, and fine motor skills.
I love that this Elephant Rocking Stacker is a balancing and stacking toy in one. The bottom rocks and spins and the elephant can be stacked upside down or right-side up. Playing with this toy teaches size comparisons, helps develop eye-hand coordination, and promotes attention.
Touch & Feel Puzzles come with soft textures to engage the senses, and a mirror in the middle of the puzzle board. The pieces can also stand, which is an excellent way to introduce pretend play and encourage imagination.
Dimpl is a unique toy that comes with smooth and rubbery circles that pop back and forth when pushed. Playing with Dimpl is calming, rewarding, and intriguing. It also teaches cause and effect and helps develop motor skills.
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