Saturday, July 27, 2013

Top 5 Toys for Your Baby's First Birthday

Buying a gift for your baby’s first birthday would be a hard task indeed, right?   Let’s try following 5 toys that would surely be great gifts for your baby at 1 year old.

1)  Remo Kids Percussion, Floor Tom, 10 Diameter with Mallet, Rain Forest Fabric

Normally, most one-year old babies love toys that makes noises.  This would be an awesome gift that will certainly give your baby exciting ways to make music and discover rhythm with his own instrument.  Your baby will enjoy for hours.  

2)  Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Corn Popper Push Toy

This is probably the first toy that pops into your mind when you hear the name Fisher-Price. Maybe this will jar your memory: the Push Toy Corn Popper has a long, blue handle and rolls along on two brightly colored red/orange wheels while making great popping sounds as it bounces brightly colored balls inside a clear plastic bubble that's mounted above the wheels.  Your baby will enjoy walking.  It is very amazing gift. 

3)   Fisher-Price Classic Farmer Says See N Say

This classic learning toy is better than ever! Shaped like a barn, it teaches your baby fun facts about 16 different animals. Your baby can point the arrow and pull the lever, then flip the page for more animals to choose from! There is also a quiz mode for more learning fun. Plays “Old MacDonald” and “Farmer in the Dell” melodies.

4)  Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Rock-a-Stack

For generations babies have delighted in this classic stacking toy. Consisting of five bright candy-colored rings in graduated sizes looped over an 8-inch-tall plastic post, the Rock-A-Stack helps your baby develop coordination as he learns to stack the easy-to-grasp rings in the proper order. Your little one will have the time of sorting, stacking, and tasting to see if the rings really taste as good as they look.

5) Fisher-Price Brilliant Basics Baby's First Blocks


Ten colorful blocks for your baby to sort, stack and drop. Filling the bucket with blocks, dumping them out, and starting over is great for eye-hand coordination and other early skills. 

Then your baby can move on to stacking and matching, and sorting the five different block shapes through the shape-sorting lid. All 10 blocks fit inside the bucket, with a carry handle for easy take-along. 

Happy Birthday to your baby and Good luck!


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