We all know physical play is important, but do you know what milestones to look for when it comes to babies and children developing gross motor skills? Read these tips from Montessori educator, Christina Clemer, to help your child gain the physical and cognitive development needed to climb, swing, run, skip, jump and play and the toys she swears by.
Behavior & Development
Learn how to enrich your baby’s world with our expert guides on everything from imaginary play to language development, baby signing and positive ways to use tech. We also cover the more tricky topics such as toddler tantrums, sleep training and picky eaters.
It’s time to shift the paradigm about sensitivity in boys and see it through a fresh, new lens — one that celebrates it as a strength, not a weakness.
April is National Autism Awareness Month. We shed some light on this misunderstood developmental disability, and one incredible mama shares her story.
Searching for a birthday gift for a two year old? These Montessori-inspired toys are not just fun, they meet your tot’s developmental needs.
If you love books, it’s natural to want to build that interest in your little ones, too! The good news is that from your tot’s youngest days you can start exposing them to books and build a love of literature. Here’s how…
Your baby’s brain is developing every day. These simple playtime tips and high-quality toys will help you stimulate their development while having tons of fun.
Keep tots busy and engaged with our bestselling toys for active play, all Tot-tested for safety and designed from premium, eco-friendly materials to promote learning and motor skills as they climb, slide, explore and swing.
Toddlers kick parenting into high gear as they run, climb, and explore, which is where toddler toys come into play. Check out parents’ favorites of the year here.
Your delicate newborn seems to have turned into a sitting, smiling, chatty baby overnight! Here are the developmental milestones you can expect your little one to reach between 6 and 12 months.
Clinical Psychologist, Dr. Laura Markham, discusses the ins and outs of attachment parenting