What a wonderful age! Your little one isn’t a baby anymore and their world is expanding rapidly. They are constantly on the go and need to keep busy at all times. They are always developing and improving new skills, so give them the right tools and toys to do so.
4.5 stars 2755 reviews
Making lots of noise is a baby’s favorite thing to do. The three drum pads and cymbal each have their own sounds and your little one can play along to 9 different melodies in the set.
4.5 stars 327 reviews
Your newly walking toddler will be able to pull their toy puppy around the house. The playful puppy is interactive and makes noises and moves when pulled around. Three buttons promote fine motor skills and light up with music and sounds.
4.5 stars 1059 reviews
This giraffe ride on will be a hit. The seat is adjustable to suit your toddler’s size and the oversized back wheel offers good stability when riding, both indoors and outdoors.
4.5 stars 5495 reviews
Building blocks are one of the best ways to help your child define their fine motor skill and help discover their own imagination, creating their own shapes and pieces.
4.5 stars 725 reviews
The remote has over 65 songs, audio responses and melodies. The bright colors and lights encourage inquisitive minds to play and explore the different educational features.
3.5 stars 904 reviews
Turn the arrow or pull the lever to pick out different animals. Your little one will learn to identify different farm animals and learn their sounds. The toy plays Old MacDonald and Farmer in the Dell.
4 stars 291 reviews
Your little one has finally learned how to properly move around and control their body. This three in one tent, tube and ball pit is perfect for them to put their new movements to test.
4 stars 2270 reviews
The Oball makes the car easy to grip and push for little fingers. It can act as a teething ring and is flexible for fun play. The beads in the wheels make a fun rattling sound.
4 stars 1180 reviews
This is the ultimate fun for a toddler. The multi-functional play centre is full of toys, bits and bobs and can be transformed into different play scenes. It helps develop fine motor skills and really gets a toddler’s imagination flowing.
4.5 stars 423 reviews
Your toddler will use the mallet to tap on the 8 colorful keys to make fun and sweet sounds. The toy can be pulled along and the mallet is attached, so it will never get lost.
Baby Toys for 12-18 Months
Let them move and create sounds, music and new play. Their imagination will run wild with these toys and they will be developing really important skills.