You've got yourself a little mover on your hands!
From 10 - 12 months you child is an expert at crawling and exploring. They can even take some steps on their own now. It might be hard to keep up with them at times, but it's fun to watch them explore and play.
Based on the development milestones for ages 10-12 months, we have created "I Understand" with special toys and activities to help develop their playtime skills: Hand-eye coordination, explore and maximize their abilities of distinguish shapes and colors while still ensuring that your baby's playtime is extremely enjoyable.
Let's have a look!
Our Wooden Dominoes Puzzles are upgraded with color pictures instead of dots for your child. It helps your baby develop critical thinking, improve their memories retention
This fish board game great for children learning numbers, colors, and matching. It also helps promote hand-eye coordination, problem solving skills and encourage your child's creativity
Simple shapes to help your child develop motor skills. Our puzzle can give your child self-learning skills, but still - play with them every time to form friendships with your kids.
It's a set of wooden cards, each with the name & image of different colors for your energetic one-year-old to learn, memorize & identify. This activity encourages your toddler to walk around as a game and helps him/her remember colors effortlessly.
Beautiful and fun wooden lacing game in a variety of patterns to improve fine motor skills and concentration.
Lovely dog toy to accompany your child in their very first steps and share their secret conversations. Extra soft cotton yarn with polyester fiberfill makes it safe for your kid to even lick and chew their tiny friends.