Best Buys Reviews & shopping Practical Parenting & Pregnancy Awards 2011/2012 best baby toy from 6 to 18 months, under £20 As your baby starts to get older parents want toys that educate and help development as well as entertain. Check out these best buys 1 of Ad break When you're buying toys for your baby you're looking for something that keeps them entertained and happy but at a good price too - as they soon grow out of them. Here are the top toys competing in the value category for baby toys in the Practical Parenting awards Leapfrog My Pal Scout PuppyLeapFrog My Pal Scout Puppy is a loveable learning toy and perfect playtime pal for your little ones. £19.99 Edushape Sensory Balls SetThe Edushape Sensory Balls Set is a simple toy that's great fun for babies to play with as they love the slightly squidgy texture of the balls in their hands. £14.99 Sophie La GirafeSophie La Girafe has been a favourite toy for babies for more than 50 years and is designed to stimulate all five of a baby's senses. £12.99 Continue slideshow > Tomy Aqua Splash n Printthe Tomy Aqua Splash n Print is a fun, mess free toy that lets parents and baby play together using only water. £17.99 Play with me PalsPlay with me Pals is a cheeky monkey bright, colourful interactive toy that will entertain and stimulate your growing baby. £12.99 Fisher-Price Laugh & Learn Smilin' Smart PhoneLeapfrog My Pal Scout is a loveable learning toy and perfect playtime pal for your little ones. £19.99 Silvercross Riverbank Bumper Buddies Continue slideshow > Leapfrog Twinkle Twinkle Little ScoutLeapfrog Twinkle Twinkle Little Scout is a cuddly bed-time pal designed for babies from birth to 36 months. He soothes babies off to sleep with relaxing lullabies and dimming night light. £14.99 Leapfrog My First Book: Good Night Scout & Scout Hide & Seek at the FarmThe Leapfrog My First Book series introduces children to the fascinating world of reading through two interactive book buddies. Designed for children aged between 12 and 36 months. £12.99 each Take a look at the best learning and developmental toys By Daniella Delaney Comments Latest on MadeForMums Postpartum psychosis – just how many mums suffer from it? How much sugar is in your child's favourite ice lolly? Kimberley Walsh: ‘It killed me teaching my boys to sleep through the night' Is it safe to cover your baby's pram with a blanket in hot weather?