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When your toddler demands to make the most of their evening playtime, educational toys come in super handy. As you and your child work together to explore the endless possibilities of wooden toys, you not only strengthen your bond with your toddler but also support their collaborative efforts and fine motor skills.
Any toy that promotes learning and urges your child to explore the world at their own pace is an educational toy. With their roots based on baby-led learning, most educational toys for kids are simple and often contain more uses than one. Enabling your baby to develop one skill at a time with the same toy.
A basic toy functions as a way to make playtime fun. Educational toys for toddlers go one step further by encouraging your little one to learn and grow. They’re designed to keep your child entertained and engaged as they repeat and learn through trial and error. Here’s how important educational toys are to a child's development:
You’ve never met a child who loves to learn more than your toddler. With educational toys, they not only explore the world through play but also exercise their problem-solving skills, offering your little one a sense of accomplishment when they finally figure out how to make the pieces of wooden blocks fit together. You can also use educational toys for toddlers to help them learn about colours, shapes, and sizes.
Educational toys support your child’s creativity and self-esteem too. When your baby builds a tower using their wooden blocks, they feel a sense of accomplishment, which boosts their morale and encourages them to experiment with different shapes and sizes.
Although the options are endless, BabyG has curated a few of the finest based on safety and quality for your little one. Here is a list of the best educational toys for kids:
The wooden building blocks set is a great way to stimulate your baby’s fine motor skills and build their concentration. These colourful educational toys for 18 to 24-month-old babies by Nesta Toys do just that and encourage your baby to comprehend spatial awareness, which in turn helps them understand the world around them.
This colourful, high-quality toy has numbers and letters printed on them with water-based paint that, while safe, promotes early stem concepts and expands their vocabulary.
Age: 24 Months +
This Alphabets A-Z Peg Puzzle by Little Jamun is an excellent toy to practise hand-eye coordination and hand-curl in toddlers. Simple to grasp and manipulate, this puzzle offers a satisfying challenge for your toddler to exercise their problem-solving skills.
This non-toxic colourful puzzle toy is a terrific way to introduce your little one to the alphabet and colours, while the thrill of placing the peg in the correct hole is enough to keep your little one engaged for hours.
Age:18 Months +
Toddlers love sensory play, and this Feet and Feel sensory mat is the perfect way to encourage the development of their tactile senses. With six textures ranging from soft to fuzzy, smooth to rough, bumpy and scaly, this mat will keep your little one entertained as they explore and learn.
You can even use this sensory snail to bond as you use motherese to teach them about colours and textures. Such educational toys for 3 to 6 months are a great way to encourage your little one to use their words and learn about objects instead of limiting their exploration to the toys on the floor.
Age: 3 Months +
These BabyG flashcards are one of the most versatile learning tools available for babies. Face expressions are an integral part of nonverbal communication, and the actions and expressions flashcard set will help your child understand them better.
With your extensive use of motherese, these eco-friendly flashcards will aid your baby in posing a solid vocabulary, memory retention, focus, and fine communication skills.
Age: 1 Year +
DoughRe'Mom’s Shapes and Colour Mixing Kit makes an excellent bonding activity as you encourage your baby to have fun and explore. Young ones love the feeling of accomplishment that comes with constructing something with their own hands, and these kits help them learn and develop motor skills, concentration, and problem-solving abilities.
The kit comes with five coloured doughs, a rolling pin and 11 shapes to keep your baby focused as they go on to build their castles with the educational toys for toddlers.
Age: 18 Months +
Let's go back to the basics with this Toddler Chalkboard Book by Berry Bee. With every swipe of the chalk on the book and every dot that they connect, they will learn a plethora of developmental abilities like hand-eye coordination, active memory, and concentration. And once your baby is done scribbling, just dust or wipe the book clean with a damp cloth to start all over again.
Each page of the book features a creative design that motivates your toddler to draw and play, with activities such as "Colour me," "Count with me," "Shapes matching," "Tic tac toe," and more.
Age: 18 Months +
The softest, safest, and most cuddly of all baby toys, here’s Hopper, the bunny, from the Bombay Toy Company. He is the ultimate companion, handmade by local women in rural parts of Punjab with love for your precious little one.
Best suited for babies under six months, the bunny is an ideal way to introduce your little one to the world of sensory exploration. Babies can chew, hug, and curl their hands around the soft toy, providing tactile stimulation that aids your baby’s fine motor skills. They’re also the perfect size for snuggling, providing comfort when needed.
Age: 1 Months +
Lacing toys are among the most fundamental educational puzzle toys for babies and are some of the most effective. These animal lace toys are designed to help babies strengthen their fine motor skills, particularly their hand-eye coordination and pincer grasp.
While the younger babies will love the colours and distinct animals, the older ones will enjoy the challenge of trying to sew the most intricate lacing toy they can, exercising their focus and concentration too!
Age: 1 Year +
For good reason, the Rubik’s Cube is one of the most recognisable toys in the world. With each turn and shuffle, your baby will improve their concentration and problem-solving skills while also expanding their cognitive skills through the sense of puzzles and spatial reasoning.
Such learning and educational toys will be a hit with your child as they learn about shapes, colours, and math while practising their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
Age: 24 Months +
Tracking and concentration are two of the first developmental skills babies learn, and the Modes of Transport Magnet Maze does that and more. Starting with recognising the shapes and numbers, your baby will eventually count the number of balls and match the numbers to the displayed vehicle.
Such educational puzzle toys help babies develop hand-eye coordination, and practise precision and math while expanding their vocabulary.Pro:
Age: 24 Months +
It’s never too early to start teaching your baby about the world around them. From the first moment they respond to sounds, sights, and touch, babies start grasping diverse concepts that help develop their brains and nervous systems. With a glossary at your disposal, this is the best time to introduce your baby to wooden educational toys.