TOYS FOR INFANTS
The best toys for infants are brightly-colored with many textures. They should be washable, non-breakable, and have no sharp edges that might cut or scratch. Infant toys should be large enough so they cannot be swallowed and they should have no small attached pieces (like eyes on a stuffed animal or bells on a shaker) that could be pulled off and swallowed.
At this age, babies put everything into their mouths as part of exploring their worlds. Any toy that infants are given must be safe when used in this way. Infants are interested in looking at toys, touching them with their hands and mouth, fitting pieces of things together and making sense of their worlds. Read More→