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New toys for 5 month old

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BelliniButterfly Sun 26-Mar-17 20:18:04

So my baby is getting a bit bored with her play gym and bouncer. Any recommendations for the next developmental toys? She's still quite small so not ready for a jumperoo and I'm also planning on making my own sensory mat.


FizzyFeet Sun 26-Mar-17 20:28:17

My DD enjoyed crinkly books, sparkly paper, and was beginning to get the hang of rattles and shakers at that age. Also have a search for "treasure baskets" - basically collect lots of real life things with interesting shapes and textures and let them rummage about. I had a collection of soft toys, one of floaty scarves, one of bath things (shower pouffe, new nail brush, rubber duck, washing mitt), one of kitchen stuff (pasta in a plastic bottle, egg cup, spatulas etc). Great fun!

Heirhelp Sun 26-Mar-17 20:45:11

My 10 month old has far too many toys but she loves her books, musical instruments and stacking cups. These are also a big hit

JiltedJohnsJulie Sun 26-Mar-17 20:53:58

Have you done the treasure basket thing?

Aliveinwanderland Sun 26-Mar-17 20:55:52

My DS is 5 months and has been in his jumperoo for 2 months now at least- he loves it! But he is fairly solid and has held his head well from very young.

He also loves a foil blanket, a crinkly fabric book and an ordinary small plastic children's food bowl! Strange but he likes to hold and drop it!

Heirhelp Mon 27-Mar-17 20:23:20

By 8/9 months by daughter could cruise and nolonger wanted to be in her jumperoo.

Dobbyandme Tue 28-Mar-17 11:22:34

The Lamaze toys are fab. They do a whole range of animals with different colours, materials and sensory bits and pieces. Freddie the Firefly has spotty wings, rainbow body, a mirror on one wing and grabby holes, Emily the Doll has beads on a ring, a flower pendant with beads in, a crinkly skirt. But they do alsorts. DD loved them from about three months and still adores them at 19 months.

Also another vote for treasure baskets.

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