An activity table can be an amazing learning tool for your little one.
Not only can it help them learn but it can also help develop key motor skills too.
In this post, we take a look at 3 of the top contenders for our best play table for 1 year old award.
Don’t Feel Like Reading? Our top pick is the Fisher-Price 2-in-1 Sit-to-Stand Activity Center. Click here to check it out on Amazon.
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We spent a total of 12 hours putting the products below through their paces along with reading other online reviews.
Fisher-Price 2-in-1 Sit-to-Stand Activity Center, Spin ‘n Play Safari
If you’re looking for an activity table that grows with your child through the early stages, the Fisher-Price 2-in-1 is a great option.
Young babies who can’t stand on their own can use the seat insert in the middle of the table, while older children can stand by the table to play.
The ergonomic seat swivels 360 degrees, allowing your little one to enjoy all the activities around them on the table. Babies are surrounded by fun, safari-themed toys, like a spinning palm tree, a rattling giraffe, and a removable musical alligator.
Fisher-Price have put thought into the design so each toy helps them to develop important fine and gross motor skills through play.
Once your little one can stand on their own, the seat portion of the table can be converted to a fun spiral ramp with rolling bugs that can be sent spinning down.
The table has three adjustable height settings, so this toy will be used throughout the toddler years.
VTech Magic Star Learning Table (Bilingual)
The VTech Magic Star Learning Table is a 2-in-1 learning table that’s great for kids aged six months to three years. This table has two fun ways to play, either as a table or with the legs removed for playtime on the floor.
Babies can sit beside the learning table and explore its fun features. The lights and sounds of each toy on the table, like the steering wheel and shifting lever, cellphone and number pad, and interactive storybook pages will keep babies engaged and improve their motor skills.
For toddlers, you can attach the four legs to the table for an exciting learning experience at a more comfortable height. Toddlers will pretend to drive, have conversations on the table’s cellphone, and learn their numbers and alphabet with fun and engaging toys.
Not only will your little ones be learning important skills in English, but the bilingual features on this learning table will also teach them letters, numbers, and basic words in Spanish, as well. This compact learning table is full of terrific features that will have your child interested throughout their baby and toddler years.
Baby Einstein Discovering Music Activity Table
The Baby Einstein Discovering Music Activity Table introduces your child, from ages six months to three years, to the exciting world of musical instruments. This activity table uses lights and sounds to keep your child’s interest while they learn numbers, explore instruments, and improve motor skills.
This music activity table has a French horn, guitar, piano, and drum that little ones can push and play with. Each instrument plays its specific sound when pressed, which teaches kids about the different sounds of instruments.
The table’s piano teaches kids the numbers one to five, as well as sounds and colors. The piano also lights up when the keys are pushed, which keeps your little one engaged and teaches cause and effect.
Another important feature of this table is that it is multilingual. With the slide of a button, you can switch between English, Spanish, and French. Kids will learn the basics of these three languages while playing and dancing along with exciting music.
The Bottom Line
So there you have it, our top picks for best play table for 1 year old which are all designed to help develop key motorskills in your little on and help them have fun too.
Last update on 2022-01-21 / Affiliate links / Images from Amazon Product Advertising API
Ellen Fetters, is a former Children's and Young People's Nursing Practice with an BSc from the University of Sunderland. After completing her SCPHN - HV she then worked as a Health Visitor within the local community.
In 2017 Ellen left nursing to launch Parenting Click, an online parenting resource aimed at creating happier families through better parenting.
She lives with her husband, beautiful baby girl, and two darling dogs. She spends her free time writing, running and learning how to become a better parent.