Toys for infants to age 4 based on development.
Children up to 4 or 5 find lacing and tracing lots of fun. The bonus is that it also helps promote hand-eye coordination, fine motor, cognitive and visual perceptions skills. Buy Now or Read More >>
Best Uses: Features different textures and patterns on each stone. Improves color and concentration skills.
Best Uses: With easy to grip handles, coordination and motor skills don’t have to hold up lessons on eating with utensils.
Children up to 4 or 5 find lacing and tracing lots of fun. Lacing helps children develop fine motor skills and improves penmanship by strengthening the pincer grip. Buy Now or Read More >>
Best Uses: The Skwish is beadable with sliding beads for children to learn cause and effect, develop motor skills and be creative.
Great for developing motor skills, getting active and learning social sharing when used with others. Be creative and imaginative in free play. Buy Now or Read More >>
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