0-1 year old: toys according to his acquisitions

0-1 year old: toys according to his acquisitions

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To properly choose your baby's toys, it's important to consider what he knows (and likes) to do! From birth to 12 months, month by month, here are some pointers to help you find the right toys according to your new skills.

Attention, these are just indications, each baby is different and there is no need to worry if yours is late or early compared to this small table acquisitions.

Karine Ancelet

 

0-1 year old: toys according to his acquisitions (11 photos)

0-1 months: he tests his innate reflexes

0-1 months, what he can do:

- He clenched his fists with a force of 12 pounds in each of his hands.
- He sucks all that can fall under the tongue, but abandons if it is not a breast, a pacifier, or a finger.
- If he is lying flat on the changing table, he tries to crawl by pushing the towel with his toes.
- He sleeps a lot, but as soon as he is awake, he is interested in everything that moves.
- What he appreciates above all is the hugs

Toys that please him:

- Abacuses

- Small music boxes

- The mobiles

1-4 months: he discovered himself over the days

Around 1-2 months, what he can do:

- He sleeps less and is passionate about his hands. He is able to put his fist in his mouth and shake his rattle for a few seconds.
- He applies to hold his head upright to better grasp the movements of things and people around him.
- He likes to see things and people move, but he likes to move too. He loves walks.

Toys that please him:

- The rattles

- The mirrors

- The mobiles

- Abacuses

- Music boxes

- The rings of the porticoes

1-4 months: he discovered himself over the days

Around 3 months, what he knows how to do:

- He would like to spend a lot more, around 3 months, but he finds that lying down his movements are limited: he still shakes his hands and legs with enthusiasm.
- He is fascinated by objects that shine or make noise. He throws out his hand to hit them ... but rarely reaches his goal.
- He loves and can stay semi-sitting in a deckchair a good time, this position allows him to better control his actions.

Toys that please him:

- Rattles and other elongated toys with colorful patterns

- The loungers

- Music boxes

1-4 months: he discovered himself over the days

Around 4 months, what he knows how to do:

- He likes, from 4 months, rolling his back on the belly and lift his head.
- You can start to put him in a sitting position in his recliner. He is delighted because he keeps his head straight, which allows him to better direct his movements.
- He can join his hands and hold his toys longer.
- All these novelties enchant him, he laughs and vocalizes.

Toys that please him:

- Awakening mats

- The rubber animals he sucks

- teething rings (his teeth will soon begin to work and he loves sucking)

- Small soft toys and cloth toys

5-8 months: he starts the movement

Around 5-6 months, what he can do:

- He keeps his back straight, which allows him to better use his hands. He opposes his thumb to his other fingers to try to grab a toy within reach.
- When he drops a toy (especially if it makes noise), he looks for it.
- He likes to pedal and brew the air of his arms.
- It is more and more "manual". Around 6 months, he can grab a toy in each hand.
- He likes to type objects on top of each other or on any hard medium.
- He likes his image in the mirror, he "talks" to her and smiles at him.
- Sitting on the ground, he can tilt his bust by leaning on his hands and move his buttocks "backwards".

Toys that please him:

- Toys with easy grips (stems, feet, handles)

- The rattles

- The big colored rings

- The toys with bells or squeak

- Activity tables with mirror

5-8 months: he starts the movement

Around 7 months, what he knows how to do:

- He starts to crawl. He tries real balances, flat stomach, support on one hand. He manages to catch a toy. He is about 7 months old.
- When he is on the back, he tries to sit down and starts to reach it.
- He is unable to open his fingers if he holds them tense on a toy ... even if he is offered another more attractive. Yet he knows how to pass a toy from one hand to another.
- He is hypersensitive, a thing makes him burst into tears.

Toys that please him:

- Activity portals

- Suction toys

- Teething rattles

- Soft toys

- The big cubes

5-8 months: he starts the movement

Around 8 months, what he knows how to do:

- He sits down now with ease.
- He leans on his legs to jump (if you support him!).
- He grasps the objects with thumb and forefinger and can go looking for them even if they are far from him.
- He cries as soon as he sees strangers.
- He plays with pleasure to "Hello, here he is!"
- He likes to shoot anything that hangs out.

Toys that please him:

- Bath toys

- Soft toys and cloth dolls

- Toys with wheels

9-12 months: he tries to master the "elements"

Around 9 months, what he knows how to do:

- He crawls or walks on all fours, possibly standing while leaning against a piece of furniture.
- He catches his toys and contemplates them as if he were comparing them.
- He agrees to give a toy he holds (if you pull a little hard on it!).
- He likes to be told stories.
- He still cries easily, fears being scolded, has trouble falling asleep.

Toys that please him:

- Soft toys

- Cloth balls

- Books in plastic, fabric or cardboard

- cubes or building blocks

- Simple form boxes

9-12 months: he tries to master the "elements"

Around 10 months, what he knows how to do:

- He explores his toys: the concave, the convex, the volumes.
- He knows how to let go of the toy he is holding to catch the one you are giving him, this is one of the major acquisitions of his 10 months.
- He puts the objects less systematically to his mouth.
- He imitates the voices, mimicry and reproduces certain gestures of his parents, he caresses his bear or his doll.

Toys that please him:

- Toys to stack, to embed, to slide on an axis

- The real dolls

- The phones

9-12 months: he tries to master the "elements"

Around 11 months, what he knows how to do:

- He likes to stand with your help ... or that of a piece of furniture.
- He can turn to take a toy behind him.
- He knows how to roll a balloon approximately in your direction. At 11 months, he coordinates well the look and the gesture of his hand. He is able to find a toy hidden under a cushion.
- He likes to hear sing and move his body in rhythm.
- He looks at the pictures for a long time.

Toys that please him:

- The balls

- The image makers

- Songs CDs

- The musical toys

- Trotters

9-12 months: he tries to master the "elements"

Around 12 months, what he can do:

- He can stand up along a wall ... and down on his buttocks. He's going to be 1 year old ... or just got them!
- He can hold a pencil and scribble.
- He eats and drinks alone in his cup.
- He recognizes his name, understands your orders, pronounces four to six words. He likes life in society.

Toys that please him:

- Large felt (washable), erasable tables or boards

- A small desk and his chair

- Imitation toys (phone ...)

- The bearers and toys to shoot

- Construction games with pins

- The dolls and swimmers