Baby toys right after birth? Of course! But what is the right baby toy for ages from 0 to 3 months? We have prepared a checklist for you and present great products below. This way you can keep your baby busy and support him or her right from the start.
- Toys for babies from birth are divided into the most diverse categories
Play blankets, graspers, teething rings, cuddle cloths, play trapezes.
- Music boxes and mobiles are also popular.
- Play blankets should be large enough for a baby to lie and roll on. 1 m x 1 m is a suitable size.
- They should include pillows for a comfortable position on the tummy.
- Often, grasping toys are integrated and the blanket consists of different surfaces. This is to promote the cognitive skills of the child.
- The child can sleep or play on the play blanket.
- Play pillows are also always a good idea with similar criteria.
- Grappling toys should be easy for baby hands to grasp.
- Since they are for grabbing and also for sucking, it is important that they are non-toxic. Products made of natural rubber and food coloring are often offered here.
- Ideally, the texture of a grasping ring is similar to that of a pacifier.
- Teething rings, like graspers, should be easy for baby’s hands to grasp and, in this case, bite.
- They should also be made of a non-toxic material such as natural rubber.
- Many teething rings have different surfaces. Since they are also good for teething pain, the different surfaces allow baby to bite what is most comfortable.
- Cuddle cloths are usually made of soft and colorfast cotton.
- Due to their soft texture, they also serve as a pillow.
- Cuddle cloths allow babies to grasp, chew and play.
- A play trapeze consists of various rotating figures, balls and rings.
- Play trapezes are often made of solid wood for safety.
- They are designed to improve the child’s motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
- Since the baby lies underneath, pay special attention here to high quality and safe, solid workmanship.
- So the baby can lie here , watch, grasp and play.
- Especially integrated (or separate) rattles help here to allow the child a safe exploration of the outside world.
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FAQ For Baby Toys
Toys for babies can be used as soon as the baby can grasp things. This is usually the case between 1 and 4 months, but varies depending on the stage of development.
Gripping and teething rings as well as cuddly toys or rattles are particularly suitable for the beginning. Later, when motor skills are more advanced, music and building games are very popular. However, especially the very young are also satisfied with simple objects that do not have to be purchased separately.
The most suitable is colorfast cotton, as it is absolutely non-toxic and harmless for the baby.
As soon as the baby can grasp things, it can start. Toys that are easy to grasp and bite are already suitable at 0 months. This is where the baby’s exploration experience begins.
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