Easy-to-Grasp Baby Toys

Even the tiniest hands can play with and enjoy these sweet toys.

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Slip 'n' Slide

Sized for small fingers, the wooden animal and leaf- shaped beads on the Skip Hop Treetop Friends Busy Bead Tree move easily along the curved wire frame. 12 months and older. $25, skiphop.com

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Crafted from Earth-friendly, plantation-grown rubberwood, the BeginAgain Earthworm is fun for little hands to twist and pull. 6 months and older. $11, abesmarket.com

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Melody Maker

Babies will love playing the P'kolino Playful Xylophone with its easy-to-hold wooden wand. When she's done making music, she can stack the colorful square parts. 12 months and older. $30, pkolino.com

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Go Green

You can feel good about letting your teething tot chew on the HABA Pure Nature Clutching Toy Magic Leaf. The colorful fabric leaves are made from organic cotton. Newborn and older. $13, habausa.com

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Lovey Dovey

Every baby needs something soft and cozy to cuddle. A perfect fit for tiny fingers, the Wade Oaks Bunny Lovey is knit by hand from organic cotton yarn. 6 months and older. $27, wadeoaks.com

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Call Me Maybe

Instead of surrendering your cellphone, give your baby her own. The Chicco Baby Smart Phone has buttons, lights and sound for her, plus an off switch for mom and dad. 6 months and older. $10, chiccousa.com

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Farm Fantastic

Little fingers can easily open the wooden doors on the Melissa & Doug Peek-a- Boo Barn. Hidden behind each flap are familiar farm animals. 6 months and older. $10, melissaanddoug.com

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Wee Workout

The sleek design of the Plan Toys Activity Baby Gym has three detachable toys that will encourage your baby to flex her grasping muscles: a mirror, rattle and ring. Newborn and older. $70, plantoysusa.com

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Story time

Part of the Indestructibles line, Baby Faces (Workman Publishing) is washable, nontoxic and rip-proof—made for just the way babies "read," with their mouths and hands. Newborn and older. $5, bn.com

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