Educational toys for infants – No to TV and Smartphones!

In today world we are surrounded by technology all the time and there is nothing bad in this. The technology helps us by making our life easier and better, but for the pure mind of a child, it’s not the same. Our brain is used to the information provided and we can assimilate it easy but for the infant’s brain, it’s not the same story. They can’t take all the information flowing in 60 fps a second and they easily become addicted to it and start learning from the technology and not from the parents. This can be really bad for the social aspect of growing up, finding and communicating with other children later may become an issue because why to learn from other children or parents when you can watch cartoons, listen to music, play games, etc. So I will present you some 5 toys to help your infant become a good social boy/girl and play more time whit you.

Mozart Magic Cube

Introduce your little one to inspiring music and interactive play with the fun Mozart Magic Cube. Perfect for all ages, the Mozart Magic Cube inspires creativity and interactive play while teaching how sounds combine to create eight classical music masterpieces by the master composer. With a touch of a button, this interactive cube lets your child add or subtract from any combination of five different instruments.

At one point or another, every parent has experienced a particularly loud and headache-inducing toddler toy. But believe it or not, there are toys that make beautiful music too. Perfect for all ages, the award-winning, newly redesigned Mozart Magic Cube inspires creativity and interactive play while teaching how sounds combine to create eight classical music masterpieces by the master composer. With a touch of a button, this interactive cube lets your child add or subtract from any combination of five different instruments, including harp, French horn, piano, flute, and violin. Each selected instrument button flashes to the tempo of the music. An orchestra button even plays all the instruments at once. The Mozart Cube provides a fun musical foundation for your little one. And that’s music to your ears – in more ways than one.

Song list includes:

  • Non Piu Andre (Marriage of Figaro)
  • Country Dance #5, K.609
  • Come Sweet May, K.596
  • Ah! Vous Dirai-Je, Maman, K.265 ( Twinkle, Twinkle)
  • Der Vogelfanger (Magic Flute)
  • March in D, K.408
  • Lander, K.606
  • LaCi Darem La Mano (Don Giovanni)

 

Baby Blocks

Baby blocks are perfect for your baby brain. The colors and variety of figures make him/her more interactive and playful, they are safe and very diverse, helping your child think and act more confident whit time passing. Each building block features a different bright and enticing color that your baby will love. These 10 soft building blocks are stackable, matchable, washable, and safely, Small hands can easily manipulate the 10 soft cubes. Each building blocks is soft and squeezable, Bright colors encourage reaching and grasping, and soft textures engage the senses. With stimulating colors, numbers, letter, and animal figures. These are also great for fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

Stacks of Circles Stacking Ring

Stacking rings has never been more fun with the Stacks of Circles! The center of each ring is the same size, allowing it to be stacked in any direction for frustration-free play. The Stacks of Circles promote early STEM(science, technology, engineering, and mathematics) learning by teaching a child about sorting, size, sequencing and building. The center of each ring is the same size, allowing it to be stacked in any direction for frustration-free play. Explore big & small, sorting, sequencing and building! The Stacks of Circles promote early STEM learning by teaching a child about: – Sorting – Size – Sequencing – Building – Weights – Different / Same.

Freddie the Firefly

Keep your little one engaged and entertained for hours with Freddie the Firefly. This friendly bug has a soft velour body with lots of bright colors, patterns and textures to stimulate all the senses. His layered wings include a peek-a-boo mirror for interactive play and multiple textures, shapes and crinkles that encourage baby to explore. Filled with features; Freddie has a squeaker, clinking rings, tethered ladybug teether and knotted antennae perfect for chewing. He has bright colors on his tummy and high-contrast black and white patterns on his back. The clip lets you hook Freddie to strollers, carriers and diaper bags to take him along for on-the-go fun.

Children as our future

The future is bright ladies and gentleman. We can educate our children to have a better more communicative and easy life if we start doing it as early as possible. We can educate them to be more coherent in they’re actions if we start interacting and watch them grow interested in a lot of stuff not only in a computer or smartphone. If they learn to navigate in the world learning sooner than later they will have a better life and better relationship whit you as a parent who provided the care they needed as early as you can. The world is a beautiful place if you learn to interact whit it and that’s why they need your help to learn and become a successful human being mirroring the person you want them to become. At this stage, I see a good future for our kids and better and richer life for a larger audience of people, whit the information coming from everywhere the only thing is to know how to assimilate the surrounding world and the interaction comes genetic. Thank you for your time to spend on this article I hope it helps you in future parenting.

6 thoughts on “Educational toys for infants – No to TV and Smartphones!

  1. Thank you! I feel like all I see now are toddlers with a screen in front of them! Babies are losing all the opportunities to practice engaging with humans and how to regulate their emotions without the screen as the pacifier…parents need a wake up call.

  2. Thank you for sharing this post with us. As grandparents, we are concerned that infants should be engaging with appropriate toys for their age. TVs and cell phones are not toys and may harm an infants learning process, particularly the socialization aspect. I like your selection of toys because they focus on stimulating all the senses (except smell) from what I could tell.

  3. I fully agree that babies and children do not need screens and telephones, but the attention and interaction with their parents and other real people and infants. They learn more from spending time in the outdoors, listening to birds and animal sounds and looking at leaves blowing in the wind. I think too many parents forget why they had children and just stick them in front of the TV to keep them quiet. 

    Basic educational toys like stacking rings and building blocks and music playing when they push a button, is still the best way to grow your baby’s mind, together with spending time reading and playing with your baby.

  4. Inter active games can really help the child’s brain development. At an early age they have to incorporate learning using touch or tactile. It helps them to develop their psychomotor by merely holding, pushing the buttons or gripping. These simple activities cannot be provided by smart phones or tablets. All your recommendation are great but I especially like the features of the Mozart Magic cube. This toy caters to the MILS such as musical, mathematical/logical and visual/spatial. It is well designed, a combination of modern/tech and traditional which is great for our kids today. 

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