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1. You

1. You

It might seem strange to list you as an essential, but it’s a core part of the One Hundred Toys ethos, to acknowledge the impact you have on your child’s attitude towards learning
May 01, 2016 by Alexis Ralphs
2. Mobile

2. Mobile

A cot mobile is a favourite in most nurseries. They are a great way to help babies build visual discrimination skills.
May 01, 2016 by Alexis Ralphs
3. Baby Gym

3. Baby Gym

A baby gym will help your baby learn to reach, roll and grasp.
May 01, 2016 by Alexis Ralphs
4. Mirror

4. Mirror

Babies like to study faces and a mirror is a great way for them to become familiar with their own facial expressions and to develop self-awareness.
May 01, 2016 by Alexis Ralphs
5. Rattle

5. Rattle

There is much more method to the madness of a rattle than might immediately seem apparent.
May 01, 2016 by Alexis Ralphs
6. Treasure Basket

6. Treasure Basket

A treasure basket is a simple, quick and entirely free way to delight your child at home.
May 01, 2016 by Alexis Ralphs
7. Ball

7. Ball

Balls are useful play apparatus throughout early years development. Here’s how to get the most from a ball at key stages:
May 01, 2016 by Alexis Ralphs
8. Play Figures - People

8. Play Figures - People

Play people are an especially important part of any pre-school toy box.
May 01, 2016 by Alexis Ralphs
9. Play Figures - Animals

9. Play Figures - Animals

Exploring through play the relationships between animals allows the child to explore power dynamics between individuals and groups, young and old, strong and weak. Great preparation for starting school!

May 01, 2016 by Alexis Ralphs
10. Peekaboo

10. Peekaboo

Knowing that an object still exists, even if it is hidden, is one of the key milestones in a child's first year. This is known as object permanence and underpins many later skills.
May 01, 2016 by Alexis Ralphs
11. Wooden Blocks

11. Wooden Blocks

Wooden blocks are one of the most important toys a child can play with.
May 01, 2016 by Alexis Ralphs
12. Connecting

12. Connecting

Joining train train tracks, lining cars or figures up in a long row, running a string from one thing to another - these are all signs of the connecting schema.

May 01, 2016 by Alexis Ralphs