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Our top 5 picks of first baby toys

We take a look at the best first baby toys in the shops

5 of the best first baby toys

We roundup 5 of the best first baby toys around

Your baby’s early toys can play a huge roll in helping to develop your little one’s early senses. Here’s our pick of some of the best around.

Jojo Maman Bebe rattle

Jojo Maman Bebe
Grey Stripe Elephant Rattle
RRP: £6

  • Soft feel rattle for your little one to play with and cuddle.
  • Machine washable to ensure the rattle is clean for your baby.

We love the cute elephant design and soft texture of this rattle.


Baby Bright - A Day With Baby Bright

Baby Bright 
A Day With Baby Bright DVD
RRP: £6.99

  • This DVD is specially designed by experts to help your growing baby learn about colours, movements, sounds, objects and music. 
  • This programme will help both stimulate and amuse your child and promote rapid learning.

We love the use of colour and sounds to stimulate even very young babies.


Woodland Animal Tag Blanket

Dotty Fish
Woodland Animal tag blanket
RRP: £6.99

  • Blue cotton mix tag blanket with a woodland animal print design, including Owls, Monkeys and Elephants.
  • They are made from a very soft cotton mix fabric.

We love the 16 colour co-ordinating ribbons lining the outside edges that correspond with the design of the fabric.


Mamas and Papas lamb rattle

Mamas & Papas
Offspring activity toy - Jangly Koala
RRP: £15

  • The Jangly Koala activity toy includes hidden crinkle noises and chime sounds, plus several teethers to soothe sore gums.
  • It also has a C-ring to attach it to your pushchair.

    We love the bold colours that little ones will love.

Mothercare Baby Einstein book

Mothercare
Baby Einstein Primary Pages High Contrast Book
RRP: £6.99

  • This soft book is packed with textures, colours and patterns for baby to discover.
  • It includes black and white colours to engage baby's vision and focus and stimulating patterns and bright colours.

We love that this book combines black and white for early vision development as well as blod colours for as they grow.

Our top 5 picks of first baby toys