Encourage your infant’s cognitive and physical development with our curated list of toys and books for ages 0-6 months.
Major gross-motor milestones include walking, running, climbing, jumping, balance, and coordination. Discover simple ways to encourage gross-motor development during playtime and daily routines.
Introduce your 18-to-24 concepts of empathy, fairness, and sharing with ParentPal’s Learning Essentials, our curated list of the best toys and books to support your child’s development.
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Easily turn what could be humdrum routines into moments that matter, while building cognitive, language, fine motor, and other skills.
Your infant is exploring and learning about the world around them. Encourage your child's exploration with our curated list of toys and books to support your infant's development.
As a parent or caregiver, there are simple ways you can help your child strengthen small eye and hand muscles and improve dexterity. Check out six everyday things you can do to improve your infant’s fine-motor skills.
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Perfect for little hands and growing brains, our curated list of Learning Essentials will keep your toddler engaged and entertained while developing key skills.
ParentPal’s new Modeled Moment videos offer real-life, easy-to-do suggestions for turning everyday interactions into powerful learning Moments that Matter.
From shape sorting to healthy eating, keep up with your 2-year-old's developmental skills and interests. With ParentPal's curated list of essential toys and books, parents can buy confidently, encourage learning and development, and avoid toy overload.
The ParentPal guide to your baby’s development. Learn which milestones to look for, from newborn to age 5.