7 - 12 months: I can already do this – I like this!

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Cool gift ideas for the first 24 wonderful months

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communication

In the second half of their first year, big steps are made in language development. Early babbling is followed by clearly recognizable sounds – and around the first birthday sometimes even simple words.

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acoustic perception

The baby now also reacts to its name, and recognizes voices and melodies. It loves children's songs and everything that makes noises, from clattering clutching toys to baby books with cool effects. 

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mobility

There are also developments in motor skills. Creeping, then crawling, and soon babies are using tables and chairs to pull themselves up and walk along. A walker wagon is perfect for early walking at this age, as it offers the support that the little legs can't yet manage. Fine motor skills are also developing. Babies love trying to grab little crumbs with their thumb and index finger and are also fascinated by larger items, such as colorful building blocks. After an eventful day, snug up dolls help them fall asleep.

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fine motor skills

Fine motor skills are also developing. Babies love trying to grab little crumbs with their thumb and index finger and are also fascinated by larger items, such as colorful building blocks. After an eventful day, snug up dolls help them fall asleep.


We can strongly recommend these products:

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Yvonne Steinberger, HABA export, mother of Finjas and Jesper

Sorting box Zoo keeper

"My son Jesper loves playing with the sorting box Zoo keeper. He's always trying to find the right opening for the wooden blocks. When he finds the right block and it falls into the sorting box, he's always really happy. It was the same with Jesper's older brother, who also liked playing with the box. Jesper also likes moving the slider on the box back and forth."