Toddlers are fascinated with the new things they see, their attention focused on the wide variety of things in their environment. After months of seeing nothing but the four sides of a crib, their exploration will naturally widen to take in the world around them.
Coupled with their new ability to stand, walk, and roam around, their new-found interests have made them more active. This is why toys for toddlers must meet their need to explore and learn about their environment, and make it possible for them to be safe while doing so. In fact, these toys should facilitate the development of their new skills.
That means that their toys should make them move, make their muscles exercise, and make their feet stronger. So, parents, when you are choosing age-specific toys, make sure they are in accordance with your child's developmental level.