Do babies need toys?
Similarly one may ask, do babies really need toys?
Of course, babies don't NEED toys; and of course, babies don't even really WANT toys. They were made with a baby's developmental interests in mind and — most important — they were made for safety. Baby toys should be soft, easy-to-handle and free of choking hazards. Most are.
Furthermore, are light up toys bad for babies? But a 2015 study in the journal JAMA Pediatrics found that infants who play with tech toys featuring flashing lights and computerized talking and music—instead of traditional wooden playthings—tend to have a decreased quality and quantity of language.
In this way, what age do babies need toys?
Age-appropriate toys for babies include: mobiles, rattles, busy boxes, and anything they can begin to grasp, swipe at, pull, kick, squeeze, or shake. 6-8 months: Older babies can hold small toys.
What are the best toys for babies?
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- Baby Einstein Glow & Discover Light Bar Activity Station.
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- Skip Hop Pull & Go Monkey Submarine: Baby Bath Toy, Marshall Monkey Zoo Character.