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  • Writer's pictureAnnmarie DeMarco

Holiday Gift Guide; 0-6 months

Updated: Nov 19, 2023

With the holidays right around the corner, it is certainly time to start thinking about the season of giving! If you have a little one on your list, take a look at the items below! These items are for infants, 0-6 months; they encourage developmental skills and are lots of fun!

Each item on the list has therapeutic benefits. If you click on the link of each item's title, you will be redirected to Amazon should you wish to explore purchasing options.

This toy is easy to grasp and bring to the mouth; which is an important skill for babies development as it helps with developing their sensory systems!

Infants are able to see red, white, and black colors the best. These contrasting colors will help visual tracking skills and hold baby’s attention a bit longer during play. This toy is also great for babies who have skills that are emerging such as holding an object and bringing it to their mouth as well as using two hands together (bilateral coordination) to hold a toy.

These contrasting colors are great for visual scanning. This Car Seat Gallery could be used in the car, or prop it up in front of baby during tummy time to engage them for a longer period of time while on their belly.

These offer a great sensory oral motor experience! Cut up and freeze some fruit (banana, mango, strawberries) place inside and let thaw for a few minutes. Allow your little one to explore (you may have to help them to hold it initially) and bring it to their mouth. Eventually, they will get the hang of it! Good for little ones who are teething & exploring new foods. (FYI: if you purchase the munchkin fresh food feeder, be sure to clean it soon after as the food will harden and make it more difficult to clean :)

Around this 0-6 month age, babies will begin to bring their hands together at midline (in the middle of their body), visually track items (follow people or toys vertically and horizontally), reach for and grasp toys, and put their hands (and toys!) in their mouth.

Please remember that development varies; there is a range for each developmental skill. If you have any questions regarding your baby's development or how they are progressing, please feel free to reach out to me via email.

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