10 months is a really exciting age as this is when most children start to walk properly, albeit with quite a lot of help! Toys that encourage physical activity are therefore especially useful at this age, not that your child is likely to need much encouragement to be active.
As with all ages, toys that encourage thinking, problem-solving and vocabulary understanding should be an important part of their play regime. Simple letter and number games are particularly good at helping these goals. You might even find that this is a suitable age to introduce some basic role-play toys which are generally considered great ways to encourage imagination.
A simple press of the sensor in his hand activates a variety of musical tunes.
Made of soft textured fabrics, four push buttons on the front of his chest play phrases from the show.
A quick yank on the pull-cord and the soft rotor blades on the top of his head spin around.
Has a wonderfully expressive face and is made from a range of tactile coloured fabrics.
A gorgeous plush toy that converts any darkened room into a sparkling night sky.
One of best teether toys on the market and a firm favourite of any baby who gets one.
This durable ball can be squashed and yet miraculously returns to shape.
Clemmy's soft construction toys are some of the safest available.
This Mr Tumble toy is full of features to keep kids entertained for hours on end.
The rounded rolling base can stand up to all sorts of punishment and creates an amusing action.