The push and pull toys support babies development in different ways like, Coordination: Learning to manipulate push and pull toys requires a lot of coordination! Crawling or walking while pushing or pulling a toy is a lot more complicated than crawling or walking alone. Getting from here to there with one of these toys can support balance skills, too. Hands and fingers: Push and pull toys are also excellent for fine motor skills. Toddlers learn to grasp these toys in ways that make them move effectively, which can strengthen their hands and grips, and refine their hand and finger movements. Spatial skills: Spatial skills helps toddlers understand where they and objects are in relation to each other. As they push or pull their toy, their brains use spatial skills to help them decide where to go, how far they should go, and what turns they need to make to get to their goal. As you play along with your toddler, you can also introduce directional words, like turn around, move back, right, left . Doing this boost language skills, too.