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In order to maximize the intelligence of the baby, parents can be said to tighten the belt, as far as possible to buy the baby a variety of toys, some families, baby toys are simply mountains.
However, parents should pay attention, do not buy toys as children gift , in fact, the baby's childhood only needs 6 kinds of intelligent educational toys, there is a saying called "more confused, less good," then what are the six kinds of toys?
If a toy drum is placed next to the baby for six months, he will happily beat with his hand. In fact, as far as music is concerned, this behavior is not purposeful, but it reflects the characteristics of the baby's upper limb movement development during this period.
The 12-month baby is keen to knock on anything that makes a sound, including toy drums, wooden harpsichords, bottles and cans, and even pots and pans. Making a voice shows him what he's capable of. It's a sign of self-awareness development, so bear with the little noise. It's only temporary.
In 18 months, the baby may clap with the music, but don't expect him to have a precise sense of rhythm at this time. In the case of musical instruments, he may not yet know their true use, so he takes a hand and foot approach, or uses the drumstick as a baton to the rhythm of music, or shakes the drum.
Safety tip: make sure your baby is covered with non-toxic paint when buying musical instruments. Because every once in a while, your little Mozart will experience these toys with his mouth, even if it's a drum or a piano.
6 months: The baby's interest in the ball is to focus on this round thing on the one hand, and to enjoy touching and catching the ball on the other. Therefore, parents may as well give the baby some cute appearance and different texture of the ball, such as from different materials spliced into a cloth ball, or a knot on the massage ball and so on.
12 months: At this point, the baby likes to sit opposite you on the floor and play ball games with you. In a few days, he may be able to throw the ball, of course, all aimless and aimless throwing. But he's never tired of it, so be prepared to help him pick up the ball.
18 months: Most mothers think this is more of a time to practice for a handball player. Yes, the baby is now a skilled thrower, skilled and powerful. He not only likes to hold the ball over his head and then throw it hard, but also likes to play with you to pass each other.
Safety tip: for a baby who likes to put his hands in his mouth and taste it, those brightly colored, elastic rubber balloons, or crystal clear glass balls are not suitable for him to play with. Any ball that is directly less than 4 cm is likely to cause foreign body suffocation, so it is best not to play for the baby.
6 Months: The baby likes to "taste" the building blocks with his mouth, bite and suck. "Well, the original building blocks and bottle taste different. "In addition, slapping and holding the building blocks is also his favorite game.
12 months: He has a new discovery -- the sound can be made by bumping two blocks together. He also likes to create some amazing and annoying moves, pushing the building blocks you just built, slamming them down, and then showing a "I'm awesome" smile.
18 months: The building blocks show begins, and although it is not a high-rise building, the baby has been able to bring together two or three blocks of building blocks because of his control and understanding of balance. Don't be afraid that the building he built is too short, and don't force him to build a tall building, because the show is still coming.
Safety tip: Good quality DIY kit should be made of hard wood, because even if they are used for a period of time, they are not prone to cracks, depressions, or falling debris. Also, you should be there to watch your baby play with the building blocks, especially the older ones. Don't give him the opportunity to use the blocks as a weapon to hurt himself or attack others.
6 Months: It's a little early for a baby of this age to play with crayons.
12 months: All the baby can do is hold the crayon in his little hand and scribble it together. For him, painting may not be the thing he is most interested in doing at this time. In contrast, holding a crayon and using it to create something is what makes him excited. So you might as well prepare some crayons for him to grasp and hold, so that he can experience the joy of success.
18 months: When your baby sees you writing and painting, he will immediately imitate you. In addition, most babies learn to walk at this time, so they often appear on the walls and sheets painted by him everywhere. Don't blame the baby for this. He's just giving himself a chance to practice. If you're afraid of trouble, buy him crayons that you can wash off.
Safety tip: when buying crayons for your baby, it's best to choose a regular, well-received brand and make sure the crayons are made from non-toxic materials, such as paraffin wax.
6 months-whatever the material is, babies like to touch and "taste" them with their hands and mouths.
12 Months: Wherever you go, the baby likes to bring his special best friend with him and hug him from time to time. At this age, some babies rely heavily on their stuffed animals and even go to bed with them.
18 months: In the face of stuffed animals, the baby wants to talk to them, so he mimics all kinds of animal cries "quack", "hum" and "bark". Anyway, it means he wants to know more about his friends, so you might as well tell him some simple picture books about animals.
Safety tip: On a stuffed toy, it may be covered in tiny bits of dust or other allergens. To avoid respiratory or skin allergies, bathe your baby regularly.
Many mothers worry that their children are too dependent on plush toys. This is not necessary because most babies lose interest in plush toys when they reach the age of 3. They prefer toys that are active rather than just sitting there.
6 months: The baby likes to pass a piece of puzzle from one hand to the other, or put it in his mouth like a cookie he likes to eat.
12 months: At this age, the baby's interest shifts from a jigsaw puzzle to a jigsaw puzzle. Pick up the jigsaw puzzle and turn it gently. All the pictures are scattered on the ground. If the puzzle is in the box, the baby will also hold the handle of the box with his small hand, open the box, and take out a piece of the puzzle from inside.
18 months: With your help, the baby can put some of the larger pieces in place.
Safety tip: check the pins on the pictures regularly (check them before at least playing with your baby) to make sure they are strong and that the missing nails can easily cause foreign matter to suffocate the child. In addition, the wooden puzzle must also ensure that they are non-toxic. Too small puzzle, adults to watch, to avoid the baby eat.