There's a lot of buzz around this little bee from Munchkin®! Bobble the head, spin the wings, roll the bead-filled tummy or just kick back and listen to all of the fun sounds he makes. A suction cup option keeps it sturdy on a high chair or table.
Let baby shake what ya gave him with this VTech® tambourine. Teaching basic rhythms and beats, numbers and counting, this musical instrument for beginners will fascinate tiny fingers as they shake away with delight.
The high contrast colors of the Lamaze® snail will aid in stimulating baby's vision, while she's literally go ga-ga over the squeaker, rattle, ribbons, crinkles and textures. Comes with a loop for attaching to car seats and strollers.
How could something called a Skwinkle not be totally fun? Wooden beads travel along a soft plastic loop for easy rattling and it even doubles as a teether. Easily tucked into a diaper bag for on-the-go fun, this toy helps develop motor skills.
Nom, nom, nom – Baby will love playing with this delish-looking sammy from ALEX®. Equipped with a rattle handle and plenty of soft, stretchy layers to explore and feel, your child will enjoy the cause and effect activity of expanding the toy and having it spring right back.
Give baby a head start on language with these six soft fabric cards that introduce her to English, French and Spanish. Those sweet Baby Einstein characters adorn each card and a crinkly cover gives baby something to squish.
There's little that's more endearing than a toy that plays "If You're Happy And You Know It Clap Your Hands," but this Lamaze® inchworm also includes rattles, squeaks, crinkles and jingles that will engage the tiny set.
Baby will learn how to piece together different sounds to create eight different works of Mozart genius with this toy from Munchkin®. Instruments can be added or subtracted by pressing a button and flashy lights move along with the tunes.
This soft book by Kushies® is colorful, meows when squeezed, holds a mirror with a silly pretend cat nose, and has a squishy aquarium theme for those future marine biologists out there. It promotes visual and auditory development as well as tactile stimulation.