YES I HAVE A PINK SHOPPING CART. I LOVE TO PUT ALL MY TOYS IN IT AND RUN AROUND THE HOUSE. MY MOM LOVES IT TOO. I STAY BIZZY!!!
Visual discrimination is an important pre-reading skill for your child. Cut shapes out of cardboard and have your child trace his fingers around each shape. Hunt around your home for each shape. For a circle, for instance, point out clock faces and circle picture frames. Encourage your child to feel the shapes.
fun for baby and not annoying at all
Elmo loves colors! The Play-Doh Sesame Street Color Mixer is sure to fascinate little ones as Elmo teaches them about color mixing and color recognition. Place two Play-Doh compound colors in the mixer, crank away, and open the lid to discover a new color!
Touch N' Play...
Baby learns through sound. When babies are born, they have very limited visuality however, they feel their surrounding through sound. This type of playmate is made of cloth with very sensible touch. Babies can develop their motor skills, especially hand and eye coordination.