Best Buys Reviews & shopping Baby toy 6-18 months As your little one grows, so does her imagination 1 of Ad break Growing up means adventurous playtimes, and for that you’ll need some more advanced toys…Whether you are buying for your first or second child – or someone else’s – it’s hard to choose from everything out there! Discover what our mums rated the pick of the bunch Finalist: Baby Sign Factory Bamba’s First ComfortsIf you’re interested in teaching your baby to sign, this is a good place to start. Contains hand puppets and guide books to help you interact as you sign. A gentle, simple text combined with lots of colourful pictures and touchy feely surfaces make this a really approachable option for a first book. £30 Finalist: Fisher-Price Precious Planet JumperooSturdy and colourful, the Jumperoo has plenty to amuse your child and develop motor skills as she reaches up and bounces. £99.99 Read the review Bronze Award: Nuby Icy Bite KeysThis colourful teether has three ‘key’s which contain Pur Ice Gel, designed to keep your child’s gums cool while he’s teething. A soft overlay on each key keeps his gums protected, too. £4.99 Continue slideshow > Silver Award: VTech First Steps Baby WalkerVtech’s toys stand out because they’re bright and made from sturdy durable plastic and this is no exception. The handle’s easy to grip and the tray has an assortment of games to amuse your little one whether he’s on the move or having a quieter moment. £29.99 Gold Award: Blue Box International Stack O’FunThese stacking cups are a simple but fun classic toy. They’ll end up in the sandpit in the summer and the bath in the evening – you might even find yourself investing in a second set, which at this price is not unthinkable. £4.99 By Jenny Stallard Comments Latest on MadeForMums A Firry Tale: The alternative Christmas 'ad' you really need to see Pregnant celebrities 2017 - who's expecting? Dad's desperate quest to find rare Postman Pat VHS for his son with autism Did the John Lewis Christmas ad copy this '80s children's book?