At the ripe old age of 6 months, your baby will now be getting more strength and body control. Any toy that encourages your child to crawl is a good choice – as are toys that help develop a sense of cause-and-effect.
Toys that respond to your baby’s actions with lights or fun sounds are excellent for hand-eye coordination – and stacking toys are also great for this. Parents may also want to start introducing toys that look like everyday objects - such as kitchen items like pots and pans.
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.
The rounded rolling base can stand up to all sorts of punishment and creates an amusing action.
A gorgeous plush toy that converts any darkened room into a sparkling night sky.