With a toddler around, it might feel like what you do all day is feed, change diapers and try to get some sleep. But there’s one important thing you are missing out on for your baby’s development. While it might seem the baby can’t do much, but it’s never too early to play with them.

Even if they aren’t doing much activity, babies still take everything in and just like feeding playing is another great way to build that vital bond with your little one.

How much your child learns from the experiences depends on how much efforts you put in. By choosing the right toys and activities for your little one, you can set them on a path of sensory, motor, physical, social and emotional development.

Since toddlers cannot pick the toy of their choice, it rests on you to select playthings that would give them a chance to practice and refine new skills. Education wooden toys can be the perfect playmate to start for a child’s intellectual development.

So, what are some good toys for kids?

Wooden Alphabet Blocks

Playing with blocks not only hones their gross and fine motor skills, they learn fundamental concepts to problem solving. Children playing with blocks develop an understanding of shapes, counting and alphabets.
Wooden Alphabet Blocks

Wooden Cook Set

A miniature kitchen set can spark creativity and innovation, a wooden cook set with multiple props can build fine motor and spatial skills and also can be used as teaching props for nutrition and kitchen safety.

Wooden Farm Animals

The familiar animal friends would add more excitement to your toddlers play time. Your child’s curiosity about the natural world would be at its top and wooden farm animals would help them know more about the animal world and build fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination.

Wooden Stamps

Wooden stamps can be the perfect playmate to let your child’s imagination flow. They can explore the world of animals, food, shapes, alphabets, number s and more with beautiful colours. They can leave their stamp on books, tees, toys and sometimes even on play walls.

Wooden Puzzles

Jigsaw puzzles introduce your toddlers to the joy of bringing something together. It can keep a child engaged for hours at end helping them sharpen their creativity and curiosity while working on their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

Wooden Rattle

Gentle rattling sounds engage the baby drawing their attention towards the direction of the sound. It fosters imagination and works on your baby’s clutching hands and curious minds. Wooden rattles provide tactile, sonic and visual stimulation.