? 12 smooth plastic-backed mirrored chimes hang from smooth wooden pegs ? Small bells attached to each mirror provide gentle jingling sounds ? Spinning motion helps to engage the user ? Made in the UK ? Suitable for all ages ? Can help to develop fine motor skills including hand-eye coordination As witnessed in fairgrounds for over a century, mirrors can provide a sense of wonder for people of all ages by providing alternative views of the person looking into the mirror and their immediate environment. A mirror?s ability to refract and reflect light can create fascinating visual effects for the user. The Mirror Chimeabout from TFH is specifically designed to encourage users of all ages to interact with the mirrors - providing visual delight, as well as auditory stimulation afforded by the small bells that jingle softly when moved. The size and sturdy construction of the Mirror Chimeabout make it a popular addition to any environment designed to stimulate fine motor skills and cognitive development. Children and adults with a wide range of developmental issues including Developmental Coordination Disorder (DCD), also referred to as dyspraxia, and cerebral palsy may find this interactive toy interesting. Find out more about DCD by visiting www.movementmattersuk.org - www.dyspraxiafoundation.org.uk also provides further information about dyspraxia and resources for people with the condition, parents and carers.
81,00 € (exc. VAT)
- Dimensions: 23 x 20cm