I choose these toys, because they meet all 5 criteria for the perfect toy: multiple pieces, perform actions, grow the imagination, build vocabulary/concepts, and be simple. Toys will not teach your child how to talk. They are the TOOLS we use to get them talking.
Parents and caregivers have the most chances per day to impact a child’s language development. Playing with children in a natural environment has been proven to be the most effective strategy to teach children to talk. In just 20 minutes a day, you can play with your child and help their language GROW.
It’s not just about the toy, but about how you PLAY. Video tutorials are available to provide you with the insight needed to play and encourage your child to talk.
This article from the American Academy of Pediatrics discusses the importance of play with traditional versus electronic toys. Traditional toys, much like the ones sold here, will result in better child-caregiver interactions.