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Help finding decent toys for my DD

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mummysaf123 Sat 11-May-19 15:54:31

Hi everyone,

I have a 6 month old and struggling to find the right toys to entertain her now that she is so active. I am big on learning through play so I tend to gravitate towards open ended toys that aids her development. I love wooden toys but they seem to be so expensive.

What toys/books are you loving at the moment? Do you know where I can find good educational, wooden or sensory toys?

Would appreciate any suggestions.

Thank you so much,
Sofia

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sleepismysuperpower1 Sat 11-May-19 16:45:44

there is a company called the baby sensory box which sends you a box full of sensory items (sight, touch, coordination, movement and hearing related). also, you can get patmats which improve babies hand eye coordination x

aalharthy Sat 11-May-19 19:16:45

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Lara53 Sat 11-May-19 19:52:44

I always find wooden toys in to maxx especially plan toys and Mellisa and Doug. I also buy from eBay/ local Facebook groups

TigerQuoll Mon 13-May-19 01:46:34

Nothing wrong with plastic toys. They're more hygienic at least

irecitethegruffaloinmydreams Mon 13-May-19 15:51:27

At that age my daughter absolutely loved a little shape sorter from Fisher Price - it had a little handle on the box so she could carry it around. She loved putting the shapes in the box (although it was a while before she could match the shapes with their holes). She got so much use out of it and it wasn't at all expensive.

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