Walking through the aisles and aisles of toys at any store can be an overwhelming task. With so many options, what toys are the most beneficial for your child? The National Association for the Education of Young Children (NAEYC) provides great information about what toys are developmentally appropriate for your child and which toys offer the most educational and creative stimulation. Here is a break-down of the toys mentioned by the NAEYC with a few additions. For more information about high contrast images and shapes, click here to view my previous post, High Contrast Images for Infants.
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