Holiday Gifts for Babies 4-6 Months
Hand and Foot Rattles:
These promote sense development and encourage arm and leg movements. It is very fun to watch your baby wiggle their hands or feet with control while producing sounds!
Touch and Feel Books:
Touch and Feel books are engaging to children at this age and allow them to explore with their tactile sense during reading time.
Sassy Wonder Wheel:
This visually stimulating toy will grab your child's attention and keep them engaged. It will encourage them to reach and bat, which strengthens their eye-hand coordination. The suction base makes this the perfect restaurant toy!
Fat Brain Pipsquigz:
Again, a fantastic restaurant toy, but these also stick to your refrigerator or dishwasher, allowing your baby to explore while you are in the kitchen. These target your baby's independent and creative play, as well as their fine motor skills.
Sit Me Up Floor Seat:
If you are going to use a baby container, get this one! This puts your baby in the optimal sitting position, unlike many of the other sitting devices on the market.
The Tail Book allows for little hands to explore! It is a fun way for a baby to pair a sound with an action as they touch the book and hear a crinkle sound.
Every baby needs teethers, and they are not all created equal! These are some of my favorites.
These balls are easy to grab based on their shapes and size. They provide a tactile sensory experience that allows babies to explore with their hands.
While I don't expect babies this age to be able to do this, it is a fun way to introduce different shapes and the idea of dropping things into a container and taking them out.
Toy cars are such a fun addition at this age. At first, your baby will watch you move the car around, working on their visual and tracking skills. Then, as they grow, they will be able to move the car themselves, which works on their motor skills. Cars will last for years as a favorite toy.
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