By : A Healthy Me
A 1-year-old is also easily entertained with household objects or simple toys. Her improved dexterity allows her to manipulate two toys at the same time and to discover the relationship between them by banging them together, stacking them, or putting one inside the other. She also enjoys toys that allow her to practice her standing and walking skills. Some favorites include:
•Containers. A plastic cup or tub and a block allow your baby to explore how things fit into each other. She can practice putting the block in and pulling it out, dumping it on the floor, and shaking it. For variety, give her several blocks of different sizes, some of which don't fit into the container.
•Water play. Place a few containers in a sink or tub of water and let the pouring begin! Always watch her closely when she is near water.
•Pots and pans. This double whammy of a toy set allows baby to try fitting smaller things into bigger things, as well as making loud noises.
•Balls. At this age a baby hasn't developed the coordination necessary to throw the ball herself, but she delights in retrieving it when you throw it. Use small, plastic balls such as ping-pong balls or larger, lightweight beach or foam balls.
•Push toys. A sturdy wagon or walking toy is one way to help baby get used to being on her feet. Walking toys should have a bar that extends about chest-high and is securely attached to a stable base on wheels. As she holds the bar and pushes along, stay close and make sure she steers clear of the stairs.
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