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By Lorelli Mojica

Whether it’s searching for a hiding crocodile or tickling a tiger’s nose, a challenge can feel less threatening when a baby’s soft toy is by their side. Try the following activities with new or familiar soft animal toys to help babies to develop key skills in a safe, fun way.

soft toys
  1. That’s a Wrap
  2. Puppet Pals
  3. Ticklish Toys

That’s a Wrap

Enjoy hide and seek activities with small soft toys, and encourage babies to use developing muscles as they reach out and grab them.

Physical Development/Moving and Handling

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