Montessori Primary Colour Rattle And Hand Grasping Wooden Cube Set
We have the ideal Sensory Duo for your baby to develop their senses.
Rattles are not just a source of entertainment for a baby to play with. They can help to teach babies many new skills. When parents or caregivers hold a rattle up, babies might first look at the rattle with their eyes. If a parent moves the rattle from one side to the other, babies learn to visually track, or coordinate their eyes together to watch a moving toy. The sound made by the Rattle will enhance the sense of hearing of the baby.
Babies benefit from experiences that enhance the development of their fine motor skills enabling them to utilize their hands and fingers. Babies need to have strength and dexterity in their hands and fingers, as well as eye-hand coordination, before being able to manipulate a pencil on paper.