Toys are more than just fun


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The best thing about Fisher-Price toys, is that they are more than just fun. The toys offer integral support in every aspect of a child’s development, including physical, social, emotional, language, cognitive and imaginative skills. Many toys are designed to develop all of these skills in an integrated way, while some focus on one or a few. For example, infants are attracted to bright colours and are developing the skill of holding onto things, so colourful teethers and rattles are appropriate for them and will help them practice and master grasping.

Providing baby with plenty of well-chosen toys, especially ones that encourage activity and exploration, is a good way to reward actions. When trying to decide what belongs in baby’s toy chest, remember that baby’s muscles develop from the top down (head to foot, that is) and outward from the middle of the body. This means that head and arm control emerge before leg and foot control. Also, progress comes from the centre of the body outward; babies can hold their bodies steady before they can manipulate their hands. While it won’t harm them to expose babies to toys before their bodies are totally ready to take advantage of them, it’s best to introduce a baby to new challenges patiently.


Finding products and toys that go at your baby’s pace is the key to raising an enthusiastic learner. By associating fun and play with learning, you will help create a lifelong aptitude for acquiring new skills. The notion of ’cause and effect’ is only the first leap you watch your child take; you’ll be witness to all sorts of other new discoveries as well. Activity centres are an especially fun and effective way to foster your baby’s continual exploration and brain power. These centres combine the independence of stand-up experimentation and countless toys your baby grows with.

Your baby’s passion for learning is an ongoing treat for both of you. As soon as one skill is attained, you’ll be able to see the next rounding the corner. Some parents find this constant acquisition exciting; others feel wistful as their babies grow with leaps and bounds, always missing the last stage. Your baby’s new stages will bring new thrills, new accomplishments—along with new challenges. Be patient and encouraging — and keep that camera loaded!

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  1. My little JD is 19 weeks this coming Friday. (02/12/2016) All steps followed. Would love to win. ♥

  2. Good day,

    my son, Carter, turned 1 on the 9th of November 2016 🙂
    “I want a Fisher-Price Christmas” for him.

    May your Christmas be as wonderful as ours.

    Thank you,

  3. Our youngest princess is 17 months and her sister will be turning 4 years old in December

  4. I have a two year old and a new baby arriving in December. I definitely would love to have a Fisher Price Christmas!

  5. I want a Fisher-Price Christmas <3 My friend is due in December – I'd love to spoil her and the little one with this gorgeous prize <3 Tums 2 Tots Online

  6. My little girl Avah is now 9 months and she will be 11 months on Christmas…This will be such an awesome gift for her

  7. Big sister Savannah Skye 2 years 3 months and baby brother Christian Storm arriving December 2016 ♡

  8. My little girl Catherine is now 8 weeks old, with two older brothers and all their boys toys, this would be a nice gift for her for Christmas

  9. My baby is 5 and a half months and I would love to win this for him.I want a Fisher-Price Christmas.

  10. I have not been so excited about Christmas in the last 20 years as I am about this Christmas! It will be Ben’s first Christmas, and he will be 6 months old on the 27 December.

  11. I would love to win this as I am 35 weeks pregnant with twins. And i have a 3 year old son ..

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