Toys to help Toddlers to learn to walk
Toys that can aid your baby’s quest to learning how to walk come in several shapes and sizes so to help narrow your choices you may want to consider toys that can also grow with your baby’s intellect and attention span as well. Specifically, there are three types of toys that are purposed for helping your baby learn to walk: baby jumper items, activity walkers and walk behind “push” toys.
Baby jumper items allow babies to squat and jump which helps structure their walking muscles. These jumper baby toys help babies learn to walk by readying their muscles for weight and impact and even balance. Jumper items can be introduced to babies as young as six months if they are able to sit up on their own.
Another toy that helps teach babies how to walk is the activity walker. Activity walkers are a baby’s outlet to becoming a toddler by giving the baby the opportunity to discover a world right side up. The baby also gains fine motor skills and leg strength preparing her for the day she will stand on her own and take her first brave steps.
The final baby toy that is the best for teaching and exercising babies who are learning to walk are the walk behind “push” toys. These toys usually follow a basic design such as and handle bar connected to a toy that rolls. These toys provide stability with their handles and the ability to be mobile giving babies a goal and a purpose to move forward without having to let go.
There is no wrong choice when it encourages a baby’s potential.