Large safety mirror with a true reflection allows baby to focus. Babies have a strong preference for human faces, even at birth. Textural caterpillar and ladybug offer touch exploration. High-contrast ball that newborns can bat at, aiding in the development of visual perception as well as cause & effect. Symmetrical bee inspires vision and encourages touch. Easelback supports mirror on floor and elastic straps provide easy attachment to crib.
Developmental Insights: Although babies have limited vision at birth, they show a clear preference for bold patterns, bright colors and faces. This is well-suited to provide just the right amount of stimulation without overwhelming. Mothers seem to instinctively realize their little one's limited range as they tend to hold their babies about 8 inches from their face.
Interaction Ideas: Hang the crib and floor mirror on baby's crib to encourage reach. Point to her reflection and describe what she is seeing. Babies love to look...