- See the age grading on the packaging
- Try to understand your baby’s current developmental stage and the up coming one
- Choose toys that can support your baby’s current developmental stage and can challenge him forward.
- Be aware that giving your baby a toy that is too complicated for his developmental stage might frustrate him.
A good toy will keep your baby busy for quite a while, put a smile on his face, capture his interest, and excite him.
Three to five toys for each stage are a good number. If you feel your baby is taking his/her time in a developmental stage buy him more toys. If you feel he is ready to move on buy a toy that fits his new developmental stage.
We believe that good developmental toys are a building block in baby’s development. The world is moving fast (we sometimes think it makes more than 1 round in 24 hours) and faster compared to generations before. Nowadays babies are surrounded with endless stimulations from their surroundings. A good developmental toy caters to key values (colors, music, textures etc.) in an infant’s world.