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Inspire Exploration

Age: 6+ Months

2 paddle wheels zip boat through the water
Easy-to-pull string is perfect for little hands
No batteries required
Inspire Exploration

Age: 6+ Months

2 paddle wheels zip boat through the water
Easy-to-pull string is perfect for little hands
No batteries required
Inspire Exploration

Age: 6+ Months

2 paddle wheels zip boat through the water
Easy-to-pull string is perfect for little hands
No batteries request
These cute wrist rattles, styled as a horse and butterfly in vibrant colours are sure to entertain baby. Made with a mixture of textures, your little one will be strengthening their arms and gaining co-ordination without even realising it, as they rattle away.
The Sassy wrist rattles are bright, the colours are bold which provides visual stimulation. They have a variety of textures which encourage baby to touch and explore. The rich chime sound engages baby's sense of hearing. Baby will have endless fun with these rattles around their wrist, shaking (to make a sound), looking and exploring the textures of the characters. There are an assortment of brightly coloured characters within the pack for baby to enjoy. This product is suitable from 0+ months.

Note: This pack contains two characters only with different color variations.
Inspire Touch
Age: 6+ Months
Encourages baby to make believe & imitate adults- Phone flips open and closed encouraging fine motor skills- 4 colorful buttons "talk" to baby to develop cause-and-effect awareness- Light in center attracts baby's attention and offers visual stimulus Brightly colored books have attachable strap with Velcro closure
Black & white encourage visual development
Crinkle pages appeal to baby's sense of touch and hearing
Bold pictures and no words help adult make up story for baby in any language
Developmental Insight

Although preference for using the right or left hand will often show up during the first year of life, in some children it may take until age five or six for this consistent preference to become apparent.

Interaction Idea

At birth, the book can be shown to baby to help develop eye tracking skills. At 3+ months, baby can reach and grasp the soft pages and hear the crinkle sound. As baby's fine motor skills develop, around 6+ months, baby can begin to manipulate the book on her own, touching each page, developing a sense of "how books work."
Age: 6+ months
4-piece set fosters imaginative play
Buoy lights up when placed in water
Boat floats and squirts 3 streams of water
Basket hooks to plane and strains water
Rp 289.900
6+ months
5-piece set stimulates baby’s imagination
Removable fishing pole for catching fish on or off the boat
Boat deck pops open for scooping and stacking play
Bobbing fish hook onto fishing pole
Stingray scoops, pours and strains water
Dolphin scoops and strains water
Inspire Vision
Age: 0+ months
Helps develop vision with shiny flutter spinner
High-contrast polka-dot pattern engages baby
Slender center bar helps develop grasping muscles
Soft over-molded ball is a joy for baby to mouth/teethe
Colorful rings in center clack to stimulate hearing

Developmental Insights:
At birth, a newborn's eyesight is not yet fully developed and she is not able to see the full spectrum of colors. Red is the first color she will be able to detect. Other colors, specifically blue, are not able to be detected until 3 months of age.
Sassy Fascination Station
Sassy Fascination Station is a miniature Ferries Wheel. With four separate sections, cute bug characters and textures , baby can explore and discover. Music plays whenever the toy is moved, so baby is really engaged. Suction to baby's highchair tray or any other flat surface

Why You'll Love It: Sassy Fascination Station is a take-along toy for lasting fun.

Age: 6 months and up

Spin, flip and rattle the ball
Detachable sturdy suction cup base
Encourages and develops thinking
Includes: Detachable sturdy suction cup
Sassy Flutterby Teether
So many textures to explore for teething baby. This teether satisfies with a variety of different textured plastics from soft to hard to water-filled. Chill for cooling effect when baby is teething. Black and white grasp handle is easy for young baby to hold and manipulate.

Why You'll Love It: This teether plays an essential role in encouraging eye-sight development among children with the help of its diverse tonal colors.

Age: 3 months and up

Filled with sterilized water
Wide variety of textures
Cooling sensation when chilled
Symmetrical face helps calm babies
Inspire Touch
Age: 3+ months
Familiar children's songs with a rock twist to help baby discover cause & effect
Spinning barrel with beads that "strum"
Variety of sounds to engage attention

Developmental Insight

Infants cannot differentiate objects better with their left or right hands. By the time they are two, they are slightly better at identifying objects with their left than their right.

Interaction Ideas

Push the buttons and show baby how to cause the music to play. Talk to baby about the colors and the music. Shake to hear the beads rattle.

Inspire Vision
Age: 6+ months
Cascading beads capture baby's attention
Spinning wheel engages the concept of cause and effect
Great for highchair
Inspire Taste
Age: 3+ Months
Multiple textures stimulate baby's gums
Easy-to-grasp handle
Water-filled tail cools gums
Special shape helps reach baby's molars