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The 8 Best Toys for a 5-Month Old of 2020 Help them reach their milestones with these must-haves. By. Cheryl Lock.

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Before buying toys for a 6-month-old baby, you can consider the following points. A six-month-old is quite likely to place most toys in their mouth and chew on it. For this reason, opt for a toy that is free of harmful chemicals and is not a choking hazard.

Also, make sure the toy is easy to clean.

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Other good toys to begin with are teacups and spoons, Fisher Price play figures, a farm or dollhouse, and toy cars.

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Table 6.8 lists appropriate toys for different stages of development.

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Toys in this category are usually labelled “Not recommended for children under 3 years.”

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As babies get toward the middle of their first year, their greatest joy is handling and mouthing objects: collections of plastic objects linked together (made for this age), rattles, teething rings, animals and dolls of cloth, household objects (make sure they are safe in the mouth).

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Circle the five that seem like toys your child could learn easily and would enjoy; these are likely very good choices for the toys you want to teach.

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Unstructured toys tend to be the best value toys because they span the ages and are usually kid driven, not battery driven!

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More recently, items such as Beanie Babies, SpongeBob SquarePants toys, Razor scooters, Wii video games, Bratz dolls, toy digital cameras, and Harry Potter paraphernalia have taken their turn as the “must have”toy of the year.

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Inflatable plastic water toys (Eeyore and Tigger) and sand toys (buckets, shovels, etc).

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  • i wouldn’t say these are must haves, some of the items are but you don’t have to go for these brands, like any brand of the dummy clip, bib, sunscreen, nappy cream, sleeping bag, high chair and carseat will do but i think the rest is all luxury stuff or a case of baby by baby. for example i didn’t need the food feeder for my first, but i might for my 2nd because she is teether really badly and wont use teething toys but shes showing interest in food, my first hated the food feeder (we used something different tho as yours isn’t available here)

  • That Bumbo has so many cool improved features than the older style! MY sister used a Bumbo with her 3 kids without any issues but after seeing a few comments down below about PT’s discouraging them, I guess I should pass on it. That sucks! I can see the appeal of why you liked it though.

  • Hi, I love your video! When and at what age is the high chair needed? Why did you have to get both the multi seat and high chair? Just asking because I’d like to understand the difference between the two before I decide what to buy. Thank you ♥️

  • love all of these recommendations! I have almost everything and I agree they’re extremely convenient to have.
    Id just like to know where you got the pads for the ergobaby from? my LO chews my straps till its wet!

  • I want to try the straw sippy cup for my son. He’s 8 months and I been looking at good sippy cups because I know it’s time for him to switch over from regular baby bottles