Improvements in coordination can start to become very clear in children aged 9 months old. They're generally starting to be able to pull themselves up, make obvious signs that they want a cuddle or are hungry, and following your gaze.
Therefore, this is a really good age to start introducing some slightly more complex toys into the mix. These can include shape-sorters, building blocks and other kinds of problem-solving toys that usually prove to be especially popular. Parents may also want to invest in a baby walker or other kind of toy that encourages their child to achieve some of their physical milestones.
The rounded rolling base can stand up to all sorts of punishment and creates an amusing action.
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.
Has a wonderfully expressive face and is made from a range of tactile coloured fabrics.
Clemmy's soft construction toys are some of the safest available.
A gorgeous plush toy that converts any darkened room into a sparkling night sky.