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Push and pull toddler toys are toys specifically designed for infants and young children.
They not only help infants learn to walk, but also exercise their hand-eye coordination and muscle strength, enhancing their ability to explore and observe.
In general, push and pull toddler toys are suitable for toddlers between the ages of eight months and two years, although younger babies can be used as well.
At this age, infants are learning how to stand and walk, but their balance skills are not very stable and they need to be balanced by external forces. Using push and pull toddler toys can help them better master balance skills and promote physical development and growth.
Babies under eight months of age have not yet begun to walk, but by this time they can sit up and begin to explore their surroundings. The appropriate push and pull toddler toys at this time are those that promote hand coordination and visual cognition, such as wooden picking beads and musical light fixtures.
For infants from 8 months to 1 year old, it is suitable to use relatively simple push and pull toddler toys, such as tire shaped cars, animal shaped toys, etc. These toys are usually lightweight and suitable for pushing and pulling, allowing babies the freedom to explore and discover the world around them.
At this point, parents can assist the baby to push and pull, let them better master balance skills, slowly improve their walking ability.
When the baby is 1 to 2 years old, it is suitable to use more complex push and pull learning toys, such as four-wheel toy cars, music carts and so on. These toys are usually heavy, have some stability, and can help young children better master balance skills and the ability to walk.
Children of this age have become more autonomous in pushing and pulling toys and are more interested in exploring and discovering. These complex push and pull toddler toys can provide them with more stimulation and challenge, helping them to grow and develop better.
However, the growth and development of children vary from person to person, and some children may not be very stable when they are two years old. So children over the age of 2 can also use push and pull toddler toys. Balance bikes, for example, are suitable for older children, who have developed stronger limbs to keep the bike stable and less likely to fall.
Parents should choose toys according to the age and interests of infants and toddlers to help them better learn walking and balance skills and promote physical development and growth.