2015-2016 Best Baby Toys
With the importance factor in mind, I handpicked three of the best baby toys this year—all great for helping build flourishing imaginations, while encouraging development in early subjects, such as coordination, fine motor skills, and even basic sing-along songs, or letters, numbers, colors, shapes, and animals.
These are the best of the best because they incorporate several learning elements, coupled with hours of attention-grabbing, fun activities, to help the youngest kiddos build upon brilliant minds. Additionally, these toys are compact enough for tote-anywhere playing and learning.
Baby Einstein Take Along Tunes
I love everything from Baby Einstein because the brand focuses on toys that are not only fun for young kiddos, but highly educational as well.
Take Along Tunes is an adorable knickknack with dozens of sing-along songs and sweet melodies, plus rainbow-colored musical notes that stream across the front screen.
The handle is a cute caterpillar with colorful beads—perfect for easier gripping. This is an ideal take-along toy for road trips or on-the-go families.
VTech Busy Learners Activity Cube
This cube is indeed six-sided but one side is a base while the other five sides are packed with fun activities. Each side of activities features engaging and learning fun.
Through exploration of different buttons and flip-over tiles, kids will learn about letters, shapes, colors, and numbers, as well as a few animals.
There are also sing-along songs that are easy to learn and recognize.
This is a great toy for encouraging creativity, imagination, and overall mental development.
Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Baby’s First Blocks
We are going back to the brilliant basics for babies! This Fisher-Price favorite has been around for quite some time, but this one has gotten a revamp for modern youngsters.
The colors are vibrant and bold, the lid and block box are larger and easier to handle, and the cut-outs are simpler to grasp with more defined shapes.
This is a take-anywhere toy that kiddos can play with in the car, waiting rooms, or their own homes, and the handle makes it easier for them to carry it with them wherever they go.