Tuesday, December 4, 2018
Photos by María José Cayuela from www.blogmodabebe.com
Babies get to know the world around them and develop their senses very early on; by playing with and exploring different kinds of activity toys. Done by Deer toys are designed to develop children’s senses through a range of colours, textures and sounds.
Most children share a special bond with a favourite toy, a stuffed animal or a so-called security blanket. It’s a unique feeling of comfort and closeness, resulting in the child wanting to bring their Deer friend everywhere. This special bond occurs when children start to explore their surroundings and become more independent and sociable supported by the comfort of their Deer friend.
The functional Activity Gym is free-standing and easy to adjust in both height and width. It can easily be brought from place to place and entertain your little one no matter the occasion. You can add extra tags to the loops on the inside of the arch giving you the opportunity to customise the gym meeting your baby’s needs.
Use the gym in the cot, on a play mat, on the sofa, over the changing station, place it over a bouncer or bring it outside when weather allows it. Let your little one discover his or hers own reflection in the mirror or have fun reaching for the Deer friends. Encouraging the little ones to grip and hold will stimulate their fine motor skills.
Elphee Activity book will bring your little on an adventure with Elphee and other Deer friends. The book is filled with cool features like a small mirror allowing your little one to explore her reflection, a bright teether fitted to a pocket is accommodation for babies tendency to put things in their mouths. Ozzo will make cute crinkly sounds, when little fingers get her ready for a bath.
The toy link in the corner of the book is ideal for hooking it to an activity gym, a bed, a car seat or a stroller.
The Floor mirror stands on its own and is ideal for practicing tummy time with your little one. The mirror encourages your little one to lift her head and thereby train key neck and back muscles – a vital part of babies early development.
Find more toys ideal for small fingers and curious eyes here
Play with your Deer friends