Babies learn to interact with the world around them through two avenues - people and things. Interacting with people helps babies develop eye contact, emotional ties, facial expressions, while interactions with things help babies learn about touch and shape, understand visual themes, and develop an understanding of basic conceps like object persistence and gravity. Our selection of baby toys has been carefully hand-picked to give babies objects to play with, and encourage interaction between babies and their parents, teachers, or caregivers. When selecting baby toys, look for toys that stimulate all five senses, have a wide range of colors, and offer you a chance to join in baby's play.
For older babies and toddlers, as well as preschoolers, toys help them develop basic motor skills; knowledge of colors, shapes, letters and numbers; and to explore an imaginary world beyond the boundaries of their physical surroundings. Toddler toys work to transform a child's world through the strong use of imaginations and role playing. They also develop manual dexterity, and help toddlers gain the knowledge they need when they are ready to enter school.