Toys that encourage more spontaneous movement & physical play are essential for your child's development and enhance their coordination, balance, and strength, setting a strong foundation for their future.
A time for baby to explore the world through movement and sensations. More time doing floor time in infancy also allows both the primary curve and the S-curve of the spine to develop correctly.
Floor time here means more practice creeping, crawling and scooting. All these skills offer glucose and blood flow to the brain, increasing those neural connections. And smaller, engaging toys can help build more fine motor skills.
Um, when did this peanut become a toddler? Playful movement here leads to walking, climbing on the couch or even— hello!—going down stairs while holding your hand. All, unlocking more confidence in their bodies (not to mention the development of one gorgeous lumbar spine!)
Time spent climbing and balancing mean more confident, adventurous bodies for life. With more physical and pretend, kids start to hop, skip, jump with two feet, put together simple puzzles, and even get their dance moves on.