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Scientific educational toys recommended
0~3 months baby
• have distinct contrasting patterns
• An assortment of brightly colored movable toys
• A non-breakable mirror (not glass) to hang next to the crib
• Simple rattles, gym racks
Babies in this period are not yet capable of gross and fine movements. At this time, you can do neck exercises for the baby, and let the baby lie on the stomach under the supervision of adults when awake.
You can also play parent-child games of eye-catching objects with the baby. You can give the baby a simple rattle, and the mother's embrace (skin-to-skin touch), changes in light and shadow (vision), and wonderful non-jarring sounds (hearing) can all improve Exploration experience of baby's sensory perception.
EDUMAN TOYS: Don't buy a bunch of toys for your baby and throw them to your baby, but have parent-child company and interact with your baby.
4~6 months baby
• Unbreakable mirror (not glass)
• Soft squeezable ball with soft sound
• Wooden block blocks
• Baby cloth book (tear-resistant)
For babies aged 4-6 months, fine motor skills begin to develop gradually, and babies can gradually sit up with the help of some objects. At this time, the baby begins to have the consciousness of grasping. In fact, parents can also make some safety toys for their babies to practice grasping.
For babies at this stage, toys are used for: seeing, hearing, touching, and even putting them in their mouths for chewing.
EDUMAN TOYS: Parents must ensure the safety of the toy. The toy should not be too small to prevent the baby from swallowing it whole. There should be no objects that may drop parts to prevent the baby from getting stuck in the throat and choking. At the same time, ensure the cleanliness of the toy.
7~9 months baby
• Stacking cups, bowls, rings, etc.
• Unbreakable cups
• large blocks
• Floating tub toy
• Sort and match brick boxes
• Toys that make noise when squeezed
• Balls, balls that don't roll too fast (easy to crawl over, not big enough to fit in your mouth)
• Crawling mat
• Tumbler, egg-laying duckling, push-pull cart
From 7 to 9 months, the main development of leg movement. The child starts to try to crawl, and some babies can crawl around very quickly. They are no longer just sitting around and playing.
A toy that can be pushed and pulled will make the baby curiously think about the trajectory of the toy; a ball that will not roll too fast can help the baby build up the confidence to catch up and climb; a set of building block boxes of various shapes can help the baby exercise hand-eye coordination , and can be put in and taken out by matching shapes; a little duck that wanders around and lays eggs can bring more interest to the baby's crawling.
EDUMAN TOYS: The space for their activities has become larger. Baba Mama needs to do a major inspection of the safety issues in every corner of the home. It is best for adults to lie down too to see what potential dangers are within this level of vision.
10~12 months baby
• Stacking cups, bowls, nesting dolls, etc.
• large blocks
• Sort and match brick boxes
• Empty plastic bottles/mineral water bottles/milk bottles (to be washed)
• push and pull trolley
By the time the baby is almost 1 year old, the hand-eye coordination ability has been further developed. Previously, shapes that were not easily recognized can now be played more easily.
At this time, the baby likes to throw things in his hands (usually excitedly throwing balls), likes to hide and seek, likes to match things, puts toys in cardboard boxes, hides balls under the bed and gives a bad smile, etc. .
For babies at this stage, toys need to attract the baby's sight and help with hearing and tactile perception.
EDUMAN TOYS: At this stage, mothers are most concerned about whether they need a walker. The American Academy of Pediatrics believes that walkers cannot help babies learn to walk. On the contrary, they will delay the baby's normal movement development, and at the same time, there are great safety hazards and are easy to fall over.
1~2 years old baby
• Three-dimensional paper picture book
• Large particle building blocks
• Eco-friendly non-toxic crayons
• Rhythm toys such as bells, drums, harpsichords
• Toy phones (without cords)
• Various matching and arrangement toys (recognize patterns)
At this stage, the baby starts to try to express in words. It is best for mothers to insist on reading picture books with the baby every day (those with large pictures and little or no text).
Through continuous reading of picture books, the baby's imagination can be stimulated and the baby's language expression ability can be cultivated. Mother can also accompany the baby to graffiti, create at will, let the baby feel the lines......
Dad can play building games with the baby, you can use building blocks to build tall and short ones; help the baby to understand the orientation and train the baby's sense of space; you can also play ball games with the baby, you will find that no baby will not like it of.
It is fun and can be played repeatedly, with different changes each time, such as mud (colored mud), sand (ordinary sand, dynamic sand); such as building blocks (ordinary wooden building blocks, or Lego building blocks); and some comparisons Good, safe and non-toxic paints, oil pastels, paintbrushes, some paper, and even the box you buy every time you buy a toy can all be very good toys for your baby.