Rotating toys save time and money. Too many toys are actually overwhelming for a child, especially very young children. Often you will see a toddler dump everything out on the floor rather than take one and play with it (even older children will do this, I have been there and we spend all our time picking up). Less is best! They do not need 25 options. Putting two or three different activities out each day helps them focus and actually learn how to play. It will also give you a break with this type of routine. All toys seem new everytime they are rotated! Put them away where they are not easily seen or accessible. A train table or main table is a great addition where the child gets used to going and can play standing.