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Wooden Mobile - Seagulls and Planes

₹ 1,680

Key Features ::

  • The eyes of the baby are the first doorway to development. With a blurry view at birth a baby can see only a bare minimum. Visual stimulation is very important to develop hand eye coordination and viewing objects in motion helps with 3D recognition. 
  • When your baby gets excited seeing the colors and objects in the mobile it helps in motor development and stirs brain development. 
  • We don't believe in making Hippo's and Lion's fly as a small child can't differentiate between reality and imagination. Our mobile elements are things that one would generally find above their head.
  • Our elements are made light weighted wood and painted in non-toxic colors.
  • Country of Origin - India

Description
Description ::

First toy for infant and more than just a beautiful nursery decor

Mobiles are more than just your baby's room ornament. It is the very first toy your tender one begins their developmental processes. 

Working those tiny muscles through visual tracking

When your child tracks the movements of the mobile his/her neck and eye muscles start strengthening. They often get enthusiastic seeing the mobile and move about their hands and legs ensuring some Gross motor development.

Laying the foundation for character and social development

The mobiles encourage the child to concentrate. This concentration is the basic foundation for the various aspects in the child's character and social life.

Visual stimulation, hand-eye coordination and 3D recognition

Seeing these elements in action stimulates the child visually ensuring hand-eye coordination and helps understand the world of 3D.

Simple and purposeful

With a blurry view at birth a baby can see only a bare minimum. Having the perfect aid for their developing eyes is the primary need. Contrasting colors grabs their attention immediately keeping them captivated.

Children below 6 can not differentiate between fantasy and reality, hence keeping the elements they see floating as real as possible is important. They should be able to relate floating elements to the ones in reality.
Care Information
  1. Clean with a damp Cloth
    Clean the toy regularly with a damp cloth.
  2. Avoid washing with water
    Refrain from soaking wooden toys in water as they may swell or deform.
  3. Keep away from humidity
    To avoid mould, please store wooden toys in a dry place free of humidity. If the toy is exposed to humidity, air it out in a dry place.
  4. Avoid exposure to sunlight
    Do not expose wooden parts to direct sun light as cracks may occur.
  5. Do not apply chemicals
    Do not use ethanol, bleach or other harsh chemical products when cleaning as it may lead to colour fading.
Specifications

Type - Toys

Age - 0 + months
Material Used - Medium Density Fiberboard and beech wood