Babies can sit comfortably in their high chair and watch outside as they play with bath letters and numbers stuck to the window.
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Roll this softly spiky ball back and forth for a simple game that babies can engage with.
The mat of this play gym is the perfect tummy time spot for newborns, while colorful lights and shapes mesmerize them later on.
Mount different shapes, fabrics, and household knick knacks onto a piece of medium-density fiberboard to create a unique and personal sensory board for your baby to explore.
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This spiral tower is designed to help babies age 1 and up with fine motor skills.
Created for babies 18 months and up, these floating fish and matching rod turn bath time into a fishing expedition game.
Whether you're covering your own eyes or your baby's, a classic game of peekaboo never fails to delight a little one.
If your baby can't stop reaching for your real keys, this play set is just as fun (and it won't set off your car alarm on accident).
Turn a cardboard box into a sensory adventure for babies with the help of some ribbons, cutout shapes, and more.
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Designed for ages six months to three years, this game cube has won awards from Family Choice, Mom's Choice Gold Metal, Academics' Choice, and Tillywig Brain Child.
Every side of each cube is adorned with different textures and shapes on these homemade blocks.
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Teach older babies about where their favorite animals live with this cute matching game.
Encourage your baby to sit up on their own by taping plastic bags filled with interesting things (like glittery pom-poms) to the wall.
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No baby game collection is complete without a wooden block shape set.
Babies can explore a fun path of different textures and toys with this clever set-up.
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While babies are certainly too young to play with real tools, this plush chainsaw vibrates for extra fun pretend construction play.
The buttons and joystick on this light-up game controller activate different sounds to entertain babies (no actual screen required).
Older babies can match the hedgehog's peg-like spikes to the holes on its back with this cute game, which helps develop fine motor skills.
Delight any baby with musical instrument-inspired games and toys. This set includes a drum, trumpet, and harp.
Babies can safely splash around with just a cookie sheet, some lids or spoons, and good old-fashioned H20. (And a change of clothes for afterwards, of course.)
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