No need to rush to the toy store. Make these DIY toys for babies yourself. Tissue removal is an all-time favorite activity. Instead of letting baby take all the wipes out of the container, you can re-create them at home with an old tissue box.
Once the box is empty of tissues, you can cut strips of cloth from blankets or clothes into the box for one fun tug after another. This is a great way to work on the developing gripper grip from 9 to 12 months. If you have children, you already know that babies and toddlers find wallets, car keys, sunglasses, smartphones, and even an old, simple plastic water bottle infinitely more fun and fascinating than the most stylish flashing toys money can buy. Unfortunately, babies tend to get tired of their toys or let them grow so fast that you might think you bought them for nothing.
Babies put everything in their mouths and can easily get poisoned if a toy is made of or coated with a toxic material.