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KIDDOS Toys Club Samples

All children develop at their own pace and in their own way. While their developmental pathways may differ, most pass a set of predictable milestones along the way. Tour some of our age-appropriate toys below and see what other parents share about us at  #kiddostoysclub

0–6 Months
7–12 Months
13–24 Months
2–3 Years
3+ Years
  • Play Gym – PlanToys

  • Penguin Musical Wobler – Hape

  • Car Seat Gallery – Manhattan Toy

  • Beads Grasper - Grimm's

  • Bumblebee Pram Rattle - Hape

  • Infant Stim Mobile - Manhattan Toy

What you can expect

Play gyms

A baby play gym is one way in which you can boost your baby's development. The play gyms made especially for infants feature objects and designs that your baby will reach for. As your baby begins to reach, grasp, turn and kick, they will develop their hand–eye coordination and motor skills.

Grabbing

Your baby can grasp an object from the moment they are born. At birth, grabbing is a basic reflex but by the time your little one is three or four months old, they’ll be actively trying to grasp things with both hands. They'll work to reach and pick up favourite toys.

Attention

Toys for in the car, stroller or cot. Some contain high-contrast images to foster visual development, while others are designed to boost their hand–eye coordination. 
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  • Woodpecker – PlanToys

  • Sensory Tumbling – PlanToys

  • My First Stacker – Green Toys

  • My Saucer - Manhattan Toy

  • My Saucer - Manhattan Toy

  • Gears & Cogs - Le Toy Van

What you can expect

Push

Push toys provide support for babies who aren't quite ready to stand or walk on their own. Teetering behind a push toy helps build strength, balance and confidence.

Sensory stimulation

As your baby grows, they'll start enjoying toys that engage their senses. Sensory toys are designed to promote interaction in a variety of ways: they may make a squeaking or crinkling noise, have a nubby texture, and be soft and cuddly.

Stacking

Starting from around 6 months upwards, babies gain the postural stability to be able to sit up by themselves. Sitting up while stacking allows babies to get used to stabilizing their core as they move about and use their hands. It also develops their fine motor skills, visual and spatial perception, language concept and creative play. 
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  • Solid Drum – PlanToys

  • Pepe Pull Along – Hape

  • Colorful House  – Grimms

  • Dog Puzzle – PlanToys

  • Recycling Truck - Green Toys

  • Bike Ride On - PlanToys

  • Hammer Game - Le Toy Van

  • Nello - Moluk

What you can expect

Music

Music toys help the body and the mind work together. Exposing children to music during early development helps them learn the sounds and meanings of words.

Push & pull

Babies and toddlers benefit from the motor skill activity of pushing and pulling, including improved balance and coordination.

Creative play

Creative play is a vital part of childhood and child development. Through creative and imaginative play, children can grow emotionally, socially, intellectually, and even physically. Creative experiences help a child develop these skills and enable them to share their thoughts, feelings and ideas.

Puzzles

Puzzles help develop hand–eye co-ordination and fine motor skills due to the precise nature of matching each piece exactly. They also help develop basic skills such as shape recognition, concentration, goal setting, patience and a sense of achievement, which will stand children in good stead for school. 
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  • Kitchen Set – PlanToys

  • Alphabet Abacus – Hape

  • Roaring Tiger – Manhattan Toys

  • Tea Set - Green Toys

  • Cleaning Set - PlanToys

  • School Bus - Green Toys

  • Sights & Sounds Railway Set - Hape

  • ABC Blocks - Hape

  • Bilibo - MOLUK

What you can expect

Pretend play

The process of pretending builds skills in many essential developmental areas. When your child engages in pretend (or dramatic) play, they are actively experimenting with the social and emotional roles of life. Through cooperative play, they learn how to take turns, share responsibility, and creatively problem solve.

Educational toys

The basic function of toys is to create a fun time playing, but educational toys help your kids to develop fundamental abilities such as cognitive thinking and problem solving. Learning toys are specially designed to teach specific skills that your child needs at different ages.

Music

Music toys help the body and the mind work together. Exposing children to music during early development helps them learn the sounds and meanings of words. Dancing to music helps children build motor skills while allowing them to practice self-expression.
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  • Fantasy Blocks – PlanToys

  • Red Riding Hood – SmartGames

  • Vet Set – PlanToys

  • Drum and Cymbal Set – Hape

  • Pluï Rain Cloud - MOLUK

  • Slide N Go Dollhouse - PlanToys

  • Highway - Waytoplay

  • Makeup Set - PlanToys

  • Construction Set - PlanToys

What you can expect

Construction

Construction toys provide understanding of how pieces fit together and encourage comprehension of differing directions, shapes and space. Through critical thinking about whether a piece will fit, cause the structure to fall down or form the shape they desire, your child will utilize and foster spatial reasoning.

Games

Playing games with your child will teach them about aspiration, success, and disappointment. They'll gain experience in both winning and losing.

Pretend play

The process of pretending builds skills in many essential developmental areas. When your child engages in pretend (or dramatic) play, they are actively experimenting with the social and emotional roles of life. Through cooperative play, they learn how to take turns, share responsibility, and creatively problem solve.

Music

Music toys help the body and the mind work together. Exposing children to music during early development helps them learn the sounds and meanings of words. Dancing to music helps children build motor skills while allowing them to practice self-expression.
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