Which kind or type of smart toy we prefer? We came to the decision that our toys mast be that were suitable for each important developmental in the first year. We discovered so many toys that kids love because they are fun and learning opportunities!
Smart toys must include toys that encourage tummy time to toys that are great for accompanying the baby’s first steps. And I looked for smart toys that can help babies develop and practice all the new skills that they learn at this early stage.
Scientists regularly find that so-called “transitional objects” like stuffed animals or teddy bears or help children handle emotions.
Because, completing a puzzle, even the simplest of puzzles sets a single goal to achieve.
Puzzles: A boost to their self-confidence and self-esteem. Encourage problem-solving, reasoning skills
This excellent toy will help to develop their vocabularies, improves math skills
Blocks are big and easy for little fingers to assemble. Encourages hands-on exploration as children imagine and create.