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Numbers & Counting Toys Teether

Learning math doesn't have to be a struggle. Give your little one a head start by using educational toys to introduce her early to numbers and counting. For the first year of life, use stacking and sorting toys to familiarize her with the concepts. When she's a bit older, she can graduate to flash cards, interactive games, and electronic toys.
Munchkin
$4.99-$8.26 at Amazon

This Parent's Choice Gold Award winner gives baby 4 gentle teething surfaces to find just the right soothing sensation for irritat...ed gums. The twistable, colorful design and rattle sounds also make it an excellent developmental toy that babies find irresistible for learning fun. It's so clever and helpful, no wonder it's winning over moms (and awards) everywhere. Read More

Melissa & Doug
$9.99 at Amazon.com

Link them together, connect them to other toys, or sort and share the rings—the seven pieces of this linking toy offer endle...ss opportunities to explore shape, color, counting, and more! The bumble bee's bold stripes and simple, smiling facial features are designed for the way newborns see best, so playful learning begins from the very beginning. Hands-on learning continues with every playtime as babies and toddlers explore each unique ring, learning to tug them apart, rattle them with a click and clack, and link them into patterned chains. Included play ideas are grouped by age, so new parents can lead baby in simple games that nurture developmental skills for the first year and beyond—making this a baby and toddler toy that both parents and children will love! Melissa & Doug K's Kids toys nurture early childhood development in three key skill areas: physical, cognitive, and social. With interactive designs and multisensory features, K's Kids promotes constructive play and effortless learning, keeping interest high and new skills flourishing throughout the baby and toddler years! Read More

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