I've talked about baby blocks before because I love them. They're colorful (or color specific), littles love to create with...
I've talked about baby blocks before because I love them. They're colorful (or color specific), littles love to create with them; and they're big enough to be easy to pick up quick. Some blocks are better than others for baby; here are some block buying tips. 1. You should always read the packaging. If it says the blocks are for three year olds than choose another baby specific set. Those huge blocks you see; they sure won't be a choking hazard but your baby's tiny hands won't be able to hold them. 2. Buy blocks that come with storage -- if they don't pick up a container at the store. Blocks; while easy to pick up still make a huge mess and you cannot just throw them in a toy chest.
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3. Look outside the color box. Black, white, and red blocks are great colors for baby and can help her focus. The key is contrasting colors or shades. 4. Choose smooth blocks with rounded edges and think ahead. Some babies when they become toddlers will get block throwing happy. Since you don't need blocks going through a window (or your head) choose a softer or paper type block over heavy wood once your baby gets a bit bigger.

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