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A set of hard and soft textured keys for teething relief. When handled they make a jingling keys sound, which can be turned off and on. The 3 buttons make different sounds and phrases which can help teach cause and effect by rewarding baby's touch.
People just enjoy playing with this. It is entertaining, fun to listen to, watch and play with. A length of springy, colorful plastic that when waved about creates tones. Encourages gross motor skills.
Colorful rattle that rewards with a fun noise when shaken. Bone wiggles and giggles when shaken. Promotes gross motor development and provides multiple sensory feedback (sound, touch, balance). Durable and easy to grip.
A fixed jingle bell, inside a colorful plastic cage with plastic handle, produces excellent bright sounds. A safe bell for small hands. Price is for 1 and the color varies. Easy grip. Ages 3 Months + Dimensions: 2.75" x 2" x 5"
Slightly bouncy, extremely auditiory with finger grip-it holes; this auditory ball has a large bell inside that jingles clearly when the ball is in motion. Price is for 1 ball - call us if you need a specific colour 877-509-7524
The Rain Maker is a traditional North American Indian child's toy. When shaken or turned upside down the sound produced is soothing, like that of falling rain. Made from cactus, check for loose spines. The Rain Maker is calming, nurturing and soothing.
A beautiful set of 16 building blocks made from natural hardwood surrounds a variety of different centers that will excite the senses: Sand Glitter Beads coloured water clear & coloured acrylic The blocks can be used for building, for creating patterns or as a stimulus to children's creativity on a light panel. 4 different shapes in each set 4 different colours in each set
Rounded edges and bright colours in this versatile marble run! Solid birch wood construction with non-toxic dyes for colouration. A pleasure for the eyes adn ears - two extra large balls roll into little bells, rattle along brightly coloured levels and race through a tunnel. Switching from side to side as the bals transverse the course in a "now you see me, now you don't cat and mouse game" - it's really exciting to watch and learn about object permanence....