The Sights and Sounds Travel Toy is a perfect suitable baby toy for newborns and up, designed with a variety of multisensory features to engage your baby at home or on the go. It will engage your baby’s sense of touch with a variety of textures from the silky tags to the smooth and textured teethers. Baby will begin learning cause and effect from auditory features such as the rattle ring, squeaker and crinkle paper. The circular mirror, bead run, and contrasting graphics will visually capture and hold your baby’s attention. Lightweight baby toy has a hook and loop fastener making it easy to attach to car seats or strollers while on the go. Wimmer-Ferguson toy graphics and designs are based on scientific research of visual development in early infancy.
- From Manhattan Toy’s award winning Wimmer-Ferguson infant collection - the original innovator of black and white developmental toys. The patterns of all Wimmer-Ferguson products adapt to baby's changes in visual development by featuring a range of design complexity and color, inspired by laboratory research.
- Multisensory soft toy features a BPA-free teether, clutching ring with bead rattle, hidden squeaker, crinkle paper in flap and small hidden baby-safe mirror. A hook and loop closure a the top is for easy attachment to strollers, cribs, car seats and baby carriers.
- A suitable baby toy for newborns and up, the Sights and Sounds Travel Toy's hidden mirror encourages self-discovery while ribbons and sliding beads provide additional tactile elements. Features iconic, researched bulls-eye and baby face graphics which help visual stimulation in babies.
- Professional research has shown that newborns are more attracted to high-contrast patterns than to color or brightness alone. The Wimmer-Ferguson Sights and Sounds Travel Activity Toy was designed for this purpose, encouraging baby to learn pattern recognition.
- The developmental toys for babies and infants in the Wimmer-Ferguson collection encourage eye-hand coordination, gross motor activity, self-awareness, sense of object permanence and experience with cause and effect.