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How Babies Discover the World Through Visual Perception

How Babies Discover the World Through Visual Perception

Posted by Dan Gollinger on Apr 7th 2021

When they are first born, babies can see, but only very vague and blurry images. Sight is one of the senses that develops slowly over time. They can recognize faces and contrasts, but until babies are … read more
Teach Toddlers About Animals and the Environment with Games

Teach Toddlers About Animals and the Environment with Games

Posted by Andrea Elliott on Apr 7th 2021

All games in our My Very First Games series were designed with toddlers in mind. From the chunky pieces and vibrant colors to the simple, easy to learn rules. Several of these games involve thing … read more
Choose HABA to Promote Sustainability & Live Greener!

Choose HABA to Promote Sustainability & Live Greener!

Posted by Andrea Elliott on Apr 6th 2021

Happy Earth Day! What a special day this is for us. To celebrate, we thought we would share some of the ways that make HABA an eco-friendly and responsible company. You may consider it bragging, … read more
7 Big Benefits of Storytelling for Child Development

7 Big Benefits of Storytelling for Child Development

Posted by Andrea Elliott on Apr 3rd 2021

Stories are a bedtime staple for most families. It is a fun and engaging part of a nightly routine that helps to calm kids down from a busy day. Who doesn’t like snuggling down under the covers for a … read more
Little Miracles: Newborn to 24 months

Little Miracles: Newborn to 24 months

Posted by HABA USA on Mar 30th 2021

In their first few weeks of life, newborns need a feeling of security and closeness. It’s their family that will give them this security letting them know they are cared for and protected. At firs … read more
#LearningThroughPlay Spring & Summer Unplugged Fun!

#LearningThroughPlay Spring & Summer Unplugged Fun!

Posted by Andrea Elliott on Mar 23rd 2021

Maria Montessori, founder of the Montessori Method of education coined the phrase "Play is the work of the child." She noticed that children’s “work” has all the key characteristics of play. For … read more