Babies are becoming aware of the function of objects. They like to stack blocks, babble into a toy phone, or drink from a “big kid” cup. The concept of pretend play starts now. Your little one might tuck a baby doll into bed at night or make “choo choo” noises while pushing a toy train.
This lays the groundwork for preschool play, when using the oven timer in a play kitchen or ringing the bell in a pretend fire truck signifies your child’s growing understanding that each item serves a purpose.
Your baby also will begin to differentiate colors and shapes. So choose toys that are bright, colorful, and fun for little hands to hold. By age 2, most toddlers can kick a ball, scribble with a crayon, and build towers four or more blocks tall. By age 3, they can do simple puzzles and pedal a tricycle.
This baby toy helps babies develop spatial awareness while teaching them about colors, shapes, and basic counting. The colorful design encourages imaginative play and the plastic blocks are safe for chewing on.
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