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Tips for Your Holiday Shopping List to Find the Best Toys to Improve Communication Skills

1. They generally require no batteries. This is important not only because it adds another item/s and cost to your shopping list but because quiet toys allow your child flexibility to use their own sounds and words as they play.

2. They allow children to be creative. Think about toys that can be played in more than one way and can be used with other toys for new purposes.

3. They inspire children to be active. Look for toys that encourage pushing, pulling, throwing, jumping, and/or dancing.

4. They encourage children to pretend. Consider toys that give children the opportunity to reenact the routines in which they participate or observe every day. Pretending to eat, sleep, bathe, prepare food, clean, run errands, and talk to others helps kids develop language, confidence, and more.

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