Prima Baby Awards 2015 - Newborn Toys

Stimulate brains and imaginations with the best newborn toys as picked by our PBA Panel

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  • Gold Award Winner - Fisher-Price Kick & Play Piano Gym

    Loved by new parents and our PBA Judges alike, the Fisher-Price Kick & Play Piano Gym is suitable from birth up to six months and is sure to keep your baby entertained for hours.

    Our MFM reviewer liked "how the whole gym is aimed at stimulating baby’s senses through play."

    £54.99, Fisher-Price

    Read the full Fisher-Price Kick & Play Piano Gym review. 

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  • Silver Award Winner - Babycademy Music Time

    A music time package and learning programme in one.

    The Babycademy designed to stimulate learning and encourage your baby’s physical, emotional and mental development, while giving parents and babies a chance to bond and spend fun, quality time together. 

    £49.99, Babycademy

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  • Bronze Award Winner (Joint) - Taf Toys Cot Play Centre

    A developmental toy that fits on the side of most cots and keeps baby entertained with colourful lights, music and activities.

    The hanging circle shapes music and lights develop senses, while the activities develop baby's motor skills from three months.

    £24.10, Taf Toys

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  • Bronze Award Winner (Joint) - Large Activity Peppa Pig

    It's cute, very cuddly and helps stimulate babies senses and engage their imagination.

    Peppa oinks and plays music from the Peppa Pig TV Show, has a Peek a Boo mirror, different textures and a squeaker to keep baby engaged.

    £16.99, Sainsbury's

    Also shortlisted:

    My First Baby Annabell Doll

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