Question: Toys for 8 month old!
Answer: Your baby's getting the idea that he can make things happen, so poking, twisting, squeezing, shaking, dropping, and opening things will fascinate him. Nesting cups, stacking blocks and ring cones, toys with levers, and toys that let him fit one object into another will be a big hit. At bath time, he'll love filling a cup and emptying it out again. Soft dolls or stuffed animals: Babies this age often develop an attachment to a doll or blanket .Pediatricians encourage this connection, saying a familiar object can ease transitions later on. Still, some dolls and stuffed animals make more suitable loveys than others. Avoid ones with ribbons, plastic eyes, yarn, or anything that can be pulled off and put into your child's mouth. And don't get dolls so big they're hard for your baby to pick up. Look for washable fabric toys labeled "flame resistant" or "flame retardant." Balls: These are fun for just about any age, just be sure the ball is large enough (at least 1.75 inches in diameter) to prevent choking. Lightweight fabric balls suit this particular crowd well. Balls that have interesting textures or make noise are also sure to delight. Roll a ball back and forth between the two of you on the floor. When your baby starts crawling, you can toss it across the room so he can wriggle after it. Household items: Look no farther than your kitchen cabinet for some of your baby's favorite items: a plastic bowl, some measuring cups, and wooden spoons will entertain your baby for a long time. Keep these and other baby-safe items in a lower cabinet and open it up for her whenever you're tidying up or sitting at the kitchen table. Watch your baby have big fun taking things out and mixing up imaginary treats. Note: If you're cooking, put your baby into a playpen with her kitchen utensils rather than let her sit near you on the floor. Babies can easily get burned by spatter or spills from hot liquids on the stove or from bumping up against a hot oven. Toys that make noise: Stack a few blocks and then let your baby knock them down. Squeaky toys, simple musical instruments that make a noise when your baby bangs on them, toy phones, and activity cubes that make a noise when your baby pokes, squeezes, or shakes them are all entertaining for your baby. The noise shouldn't be too loud – some toys can be loud enough to damage your baby's hearing, especially because babies usually hold toys close to their faces. Push toys: As your baby begins to move around, she'll be more interested in toys that do the same. Find some sturdy cars or animals on wheels that she can push around the rug.
Question: what are the toys best for 2month old baby
Answer: Musical or chime toy. To soothe your crying baby at bedtime or any time. Cloth toy. Easy to hold, with textures that encourage little hands to explore. Teether.... Try to give your baby colourful and toys that make noise. Baby-safe mirror. Many babies find their own reflection interesting and entertaining.