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Vibrating Sensations Bouncing Cradle Sketchbook Pooh

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Vibrating Sensations Bouncing Cradle Sketchbook Pooh

Vibrating Sensations Bouncing Cradle Sketchbook Pooh
Let your little one relax in this vibrating bouncing cradle. The bouncer has a neutral Winnie the Pooh theme for boys or girls. Suitable for babies up to 6 months weighing up to 9kg (approx 20lbs), who cannot sit up unaided. Vibrating unit to soothe baby. Toy bar with 3 hanging toys. Fixed positioned base. Adjustable waist strap and back rest. Removable padded seat cover. Includes toy bar & head support cushion. Machine washable 100% Polyester filling

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Tiny Love Peel ?n Seek Activity Toy

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Tiny Love Peel ?n Seek Activity Toy

Tiny Love Peel ?n Seek Activity Toy
A peek-a-boo bee in a peel-away flower for teaching object permanence and encouraging motor skills. Attaches easily to stroller bars and trays. Pull & jitter bee with crinkly wings 5 crinkly-touch petals to peal away Straps attach easily to stroller bars and trays The Senses The patterns on the Peel n Seek flower petals are interesting to look at, developing the sense of sight. Sounds stimulate hearing. Different materials and the pleasant jitter triggered by the bee stimulate the sense of touch. With baby listening, touching and looking he develops not only his senses but the coordination between them as well. Fine Motor Skills Peel ‘n’ Seek presents baby with several fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination challenges: Playing with the petals, pulling them up and down. Spinning the flower. Pulling on the bee and crumpling its wings. Baby is encouraged to use his hands in different ways — holding the bee using a palm grasp and its wings using a pincer grasp — and to develop wrist flexibility by spinning the flower and more Suitable from 6 months+

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Taf Toys Toe Time Infant Car Toy

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Taf Toys Toe Time Infant Car Toy

Taf Toys Toe Time Infant Car Toy
The Toe Time car toy will help keep your little entertained for the long journeys riding in the car. There are three different dangling characters that your baby can pull at and grab for. The cloud contains a bell inside of it, the sun has a soft rattle sound inside and the bird wears a crinkling dress and has a bell. The toys are also detachable so the play doesn’t stop when the car journey does. The toy is made up of all soft materials and has a safe baby mirror for baby to learn about their own reflection. The easy kick mat on the bottom activates the sounds and lights on the mirror The car toy attaches onto the headrest by the Velcro attaching straps. Suitable from birth and up Suitable for rear facing babies seated in an infant carrier. Requires 3×1.5v button batteries.

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Tiny Love Fruity Pals Anna Banana

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Tiny Love Fruity Pals Anna Banana

Tiny Love Fruity Pals Anna Banana
Toys open up simulating real fruit (peeling, separating) to reveal more hidden surprises and activities for developing those sensory and motor skills.

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Tiny Love New Sensations Sunshine Sam

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Tiny Love New Sensations Sunshine Sam

Tiny Love New Sensations Sunshine Sam
Will light up and play a tune when shaken, has a baby-safe mirror on the other side, and springy rays all around for pulling fun.

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Tiny Love ActiviTot Developmental Gym Tropic Isle

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Tiny Love ActiviTot Developmental Gym Tropic Isle

Tiny Love ActiviTot Developmental Gym Tropic Isle
A Multi-Sensory Experience The ActiviTot developmental gym develops the senses by stimulating hearing, sight and touch. The soothing sounds of nature emitted by the mirror and the various sounds made by the vertical toys, the dangling toys and the activities spread around the mat, not only sooth and entertain baby, but encourage her aural development. The colorful vertical toys and simple colorful drawings draw babys attention and provide the necessary stimulation for developing her vision. In addition, the range of materials such as the various types of fabrics and hard and soft plastics which are integrated in the mat and toys, help stimulate baby’s sense of touch as she holds the various items with her hand and explores them with her mouth. Activitot also develops coordination between these senses as baby explores the colorful toy in her hand and mouth, feeling the different textures and listening to the sounds. Gross Motor Skills The ActiviTot developmental gym is the ultimate solution for encouraging your baby to lift her head the special pillow is designed to support your baby and help her to remain on her tummy, strengthening her neck and shoulder muscles. In addition, the musical mirror that is placed in front of her at a comfortable angle, encourages her to keep looking at her reflection and stay in this position on her tummy. The colorful toys in front of her stimulate her attention, helping her to remain on her tummy for a longer period, continuing to strengthen her neck and shoulder muscles. Later, from the sixth month, your baby will begin to reach out and grab at the vertical toys or strike at the mirror, practicing to lean on one hand and shift her weight from one hand to the other. The arches and toys can also be placed in different positions around the rim of the mat – encouraging your baby to turn around to see them, helping develop her crawling skills. Fine Motor Skills The toys hanging within arms reach encourage baby to reach out and strike them; first randomly and gradually more inten

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Tiny Love Giraffe

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Tiny Love Giraffe

Tiny Love Giraffe
A smiling giraffe with a baby-activated spinner, lots of textures, and colorful flower petals to keep baby busy in her stroller. Baby activated plastic spinner Colorful flower petals Straps attach easily to stroller bars and trays A variety of textures The Senses A variety of sounds help baby develop her sense of hearing. A range of textures and materials develop baby’s sense of touch. Pleasant colors stimulate baby’s sense of sight. As baby listens, touches, and looks, she develops her senses and the coordination between them. Fine Motor Skills The Gyraffe toy presents baby with several fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination challenges: As baby plays with the “arms” of the giraffe, she turns the spinner in one way and the body of the giraffe in another She plays with the leaves with her fingers She uses her palms in a variety of ways and develops eye-hand coordination. Suitable from 6 months+

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Tiny Love Peel ?n Seek Activity Toy

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Tiny Love Peel ?n Seek Activity Toy

Tiny Love Peel ?n Seek Activity Toy
A peek-a-boo bee in a peel-away flower for teaching object permanence and encouraging motor skills. Attaches easily to stroller bars and trays. Pull & jitter bee with crinkly wings 5 crinkly-touch petals to peal away Straps attach easily to stroller bars and trays The Senses The patterns on the Peel n Seek flower petals are interesting to look at, developing the sense of sight. Sounds stimulate hearing. Different materials and the pleasant jitter triggered by the bee stimulate the sense of touch. With baby listening, touching and looking he develops not only his senses but the coordination between them as well. Fine Motor Skills Peel ‘n’ Seek presents baby with several fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination challenges: Playing with the petals, pulling them up and down. Spinning the flower. Pulling on the bee and crumpling its wings. Baby is encouraged to use his hands in different ways — holding the bee using a palm grasp and its wings using a pincer grasp — and to develop wrist flexibility by spinning the flower and more Suitable from 6 months+

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Tiny Love Baby Bug

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Tiny Love Baby Bug

Tiny Love Baby Bug
A Multi-Sensory Experience The Baby Bug toy develops babys senses, as well as coordination between them, with pleasant colors and colorful beads, various materials such as rough and smooth plastic, different fabrics and various sounds (the rattle of the beads and the squeaky head). These features will encourage your baby to grip the toy and explore it with her hand and mouth. As your baby looks at the toy, feeling the different textures and listening to the sounds, she develops her sight, sense of touch and hearing, and coordination between them. Gross Motor Skills When baby tries to reach her hand out to the toy in front of her she lifts her arm as one unit, an action which starts where her arm meets her shoulder, strengthening these muscles and those all along her arm. These muscles are part of the group of muscles used when developing gross motor skills. Fine Motor Skills Baby Bug develops fine motor skills and eye-hand coordination by encouraging your baby to use her hands in different ways, as well as using different types of grips. Baby will grab the big ring with all her fingers, she will shake it or squeeze the head to hear the sounds, turn the transparent rattle and practice a pinch grasp to hold on to the colorful grab legs. Suitable from 3 months+

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Tiny Love Grip & Grasp

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Tiny Love Grip & Grasp

Tiny Love Grip & Grasp
Makes any outing a cause & effect adventure with a fun bounce-back grasshopper with crinkly wings, a baby-activated woodpecker and more… Woodpecker with bell and crinkly wings and tail Bounce-back grasshopper with crinkly wings Rattling bottle holder The Senses The colorful toys and the movement of the colorful beads develop baby’s sense of sight. The different sounds: the rustling of beads, the sound made when squeezing the woodpecker’s tail, the ding of the bell and the crinkle of the wings, all help develop hearing. The wide range of materials: different fabrics, smooth and textured plastic, provide a wealth of sensations and develop baby’s sense of touch. With baby looking, touching and listening she develops her senses and the coordination between them. Fine Motor Skills Each of the toys offers several fine motor and eye-hand coordination challenges, and baby must use her fingers and hand muscles in different ways: She must pull the pink ball with her entire hand or knock the woodpeckers head to hear the bell ring. She must squeeze the woodpeckers tail with several fingers to hear it squeak. She must hit the flowers on the bottle holder with force in order to make the beads roll around. In this way, baby uses her hands and improves her control of them. Suitable from 6 months+

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