Gifting box for babies : Rattles and Stacker
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Toys in the Giftbox:
This gift box is specially curated keeping in mind how a baby loves exploring the surroundings. Rattles are babies’ first sensory stimulation toys and Stacking toys are always a child’s favorite toy creating zillion fun moments. So, what better than our wooden child-safe gift box for babies?
This box comes with an adorable “Cat stacker”, a trapezium-shaped Rattle cum teether, and a Maraca rattle.
Perfect for: Newborn – 2 years
Great as a 1st Birthday gift, or even as a newborn gift.
Don’t fully submerge the wooden toys for cleaning, instead spot clean with a damp rag. Please refer to our “FAQ page” for detailed cleaning instructions for wooden toys.
Note: Since we use high-quality natural wood, it has unique markings. There will always be some variation in the wood grain and its color. Since these toys are hand-crafted and hand-painted, each toy could have some variations. These variations in natural wood are a sign of our superior quality, so enjoy this uniqueness.
Color and shape recognition:
This colorful wooden stacking toy will catch your child’s attention. It aids kids to learn counting, basic colors, and sequencing. They develop color recognition and numeracy even before they start going to school.
Your baby’s ability to master the controlled movement of hands in cooperation with eyes is the first step to being able to self-feed and clothe, and learn important life skills like writing, balancing, and coordination. All these toys help in hand-eye coordination.
Fine motor skills:
Picking up and stacking helps the nimble movement of the thumb and fingers. Pincer grasping enhances their ability to hold a pencil, brush their teeth, use rulers, and do many other daily tasks. Babies will attempt to hold the wood rattle tightly and then shake it in the air. They also learn to hold the rattle in one hand and then transfer it to the other hand.
The bright colors and the smooth feel of the rings of this stacking toy stimulate their senses. Shaking the rattle, banging it, or playing with its rings makes different sounds. These sounds promote auditory stimulation. Observing the different colors of the rings stimulates their vision.