These are my favorite nesting cups! They come with different textures in the front and shapes on the back. Kids can practice stacking while learning shape, color and number recognition. Rainbow Stackers are great quality and very durable.
eeBoo Noisy Ball Baby Rattle
Awesome sensory toy for babies and toddlers. Kids can shake and squeeze it to hear it crinkle and squeak!
Melissa & Doug Pop Blocs Farm Animals
These super cute pop blocs promote coordination of both hands together, fine motor skills, visual processing (matching the correct pieces), hand strength (squeezing the pieces) and sensory awareness (feeling the textures). These Pop Blocks are easy to pull apart and push back together. Great toy for babies and toddlers. 6 months and up.
Melissa & Doug K's Kids Pull-Back Vehicle Set
These awesome vehicles are soft and light but ZOOM super fast. Just slightly pull back and release to watch them GO! Great for building hand skills, attention, and encouraging imaginative play. Love this for babies and toddlers.
Infantino Sensory Press and Stay Sensory Blocks
These Press & Stay Sensory Blocks are perfect for babies and toddlers to work on developing hand strength, coordination, and fine motor skills. Building with these blocks also encourages problem solving and imagination.
Fat Brain Toys pipSquigz
Pip Squigz are one of my favorite baby toys! They keep babies attention, make rattle sounds, encourage eye-hand coordination and bilateral coordination (use of both hands) and teach cause and effect. Each Squig has a different texture for enhanced sensory input. Pip Squigz also make great teething toys. Six months and up.
Soft Hippo Stacker
Soft Hippo Stacker comes with 4 Ring pieces that attach by Velcro encouraging babies to use two hands together to pull the rings apart. Love the different textures and soft colors. Great first stacking toy.
Pop Toob Set of Six
Encourage your child to use two hands together with Super Toobs (sometimes called Wrapper Snappers). They bend stretch and link together while making a cool sound. Great for getting your child's attention, working on coordination and upper body strengthening. 18 months and up.
Fisher-Price My First Animal Tower Pretend Play
Teach turn taking, counting, fine motor control, patience and much more. Just roll the dice and stack the animal you land on. Really great game!:)
HABA Stack-A-Dragons Castle Themed Wooden Block Set
Encourages kids to use their imagination while developing eye hand coordination, fine motor skills and visual perception. Also using tall sturdy posts to stack blocks makes it less frustrating for kids since the blocks don't roll away. Great toy for toddlers!
TRUCKS (Soft Shapes)
Love these Soft Shape Foam Puzzle Books! They Encourage fine motor skills, visual perception and sensory processing. 12 months and up.
Move and Groove Game
Move and Groove is an awesome game for toddlers and preschoolers. Roll the giant soft dice, pick a card with the corresponding color and act out the action on the card. Move and Groove encourages motor skills, coordination, following directions and creativity.
Wooden Shape Puzzle
I love that this puzzle is simple without any extra visual distractions. It's great for learning shapes and colors.
Pop Blocs Vehicles
These are super cute and great for promoting active play in toddlers. They encourage hand strength coordination, and attention.
Color and Shape Wooden Block Sorter
This inset puzzle teaches color and shape recognition, promotes fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination and introduces spatial relationships. Ask your child to sort by color, shape, and size while playing.
Magica Clutching Toy
This beautiful and super engaging wooden rattle toy is perfect for grasping and teething.
Here Fishy Fishy! Magnetic Fishing Game
Kids as young as 2 years old can learn to play this simple game. Here Fishy Fishy encourages eye-hand coordination, promotes arm stability for good fine motor skills, teaches to follow directions, take turns and more. Make up your own rules if you’d like or follow the ones provided.
Button Art Color Matching Mosaic Pegboard
This toy is great for teaching color recognition, following directions, and matching. It also promotes fine motor skills and coordination.
Fruit Knob Wooden Puzzle
Love that this wooden fruit puzzle is simple without any extra visual distractions. Ages 2 and up
Large Knob Puzzle
Love how realistic this toy puzzle is. Wow!
The O Balls are flexible, durable, easy to hold and fun to catch and throw. Squish them to promote hand strength and manipulate them to encourage finger isolation (needed for good fine motor skills). Very cool toy!
Love this new twist to the classic stacking toy. Here the pieces spin as they spiral down the pole and kids have to work a little harder and faster to remove them. The base can also be used to make the toy either stable or wobbly. Ages 12 months and up.
Tobbles Neo is a super cute and innovative stacking toy for babies and toddlers. Explore balance, work on coordination, fine motor skills and encourage creative play. Love it! Ages 6 months and up.
Safari Wooden Chunky Jigsaw Puzzles
Love this new alternative to the regular chunky inset puzzles. Here kids have to work a little harder because they have to not only match the shapes but put each animal together. Ages 2 and up.
Pop Up Bus
Push the passengers down, and watch them pop up again. Fun way to promote strength and finger isolation in little hands. Also great cause and effect toy. Ages 12 months to 3 years.
Clementoni Blocks are my favorite construction toy for toddlers. Unlike the Mega Bloks that I commonly see people buy, these are made out of a softer rubbery material and are more resistive, engaging the muscles of the hands during play. They also don't fall apart as easily. Playing with Clemy Blocks encourages imagination, creativity sustained attention and coordination. 18-36 months.
First Orchard is a simple board game for two-year-olds (and their parents). The instructions are simple. Roll the dice, name the color and place the same colored fruit on to the tree. This game teaches following directions, taking turns, counting, matching and color recognition. Love it! 💕
Number Snail Puzzle
Teach numbers and counting with this adorable snail puzzle. Playing with this puzzle also promotes the development of eye-hand coordination, visual perception, and problem-solving.
Sensory Stacking Blocks
Sensory Stacking Blocks come with different colors and textures, and a few make a light rattle sound. Playing with these encourages motor skills and sensory exploration. Very cute toy for toddlers.
The Cheerios Play Book
This is an awesome activity book that promotes using a pincer grasp. Read the book and encourage baby to pick up Cheerios and place them onto the missing spots. So much fun!