Holiday Gift Guide 2022
If you're looking for gift ideas this holiday season, check out our suggestions below!
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Infants (Birth-3 months): These are great toys to get your infants to track toys, practice tummy time, reach for their feet, grab toys, stimulate sensory skills, and improve their eye-hand coordination skills. These toys also encourage joint attention, cooing, and mimicking facial features.
3-6 months old: These toys allow your little one to explore, grasp, and touch different textures for tactile development along with improving dexterity. These toys also encourage playing with sounds and repetition. They also encourage motor development such as crawling after the fun toys.
6-12 months old: These toys are great for developing cognitive, eye hand coordination and motor skills. These toys help to encourage action words and easy labeling. They can be used in a fun way to promote sitting, standing, cruising and walking!
Toddlers (1-3 year olds): These toys are great for developing cognitive development by allowing your child to explore and use their imagination. Utilizing these toys help to encourage increasing length of utterances, modeling, and recasting. These toys also promote eye hand coordination, social interaction, motor planning and color/shape differentiation!
3-5 year olds: These toys allow your child to be creative by using their imagination. These toys are great for working on speech sounds, taking turns, and lots of language modeling! They also promote cognitive development, eye-hand coordination, social skills, strength, and balance.
5 years and older: These toys promote creativity, problem solving, cognitive development, eye-hand coordination, social skills, overall strength, and balance. These games are also great for taking turns, critical thinking, asking questions.
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