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Cylinder Rattle - Develoment toy
Cylinder Rattle - toy for 0-3 month old kids
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Cylinder Rattle

₹ 325
DESCRIPTION

Babies can grasp an object from the moment they are born. This is an involuntary movement called the “grasping reflex”. But, by the time the little ones are three months or four months old, they’ll be actively trying to grasp things with better-coordinated movements.
The Montessori-inspired Cylinder rattle toy can be introduced around three months when your little one has just begun grasping. The beautifully handcrafted rattle toy is the perfect size for those little hands. The cylinder rattle is made from one of the highest quality natural woods, beechwood. It makes a pleasant sound when shaken.
The rattle toy encourages the development of more voluntary movements and coordination in your little one as she/he tries to transfer it from one hand to the other. It also helps in improving the baby’s hand-eye coordination, concentration, grasping, and exploring skills. Babies also enjoy teething on it.

SKILLS

  • The Cylinder rattle encourages the development of more voluntary movements and coordination
  • It also helps in improving the baby’s hand-eye coordination, concentration, grasping, and exploring skills.
  • Babies also enjoy teething on it.

MATERIALS

  • Handcrafted from Beech Wood

CARE INSTRUCTIONS

Wood has natural anti-bacterial properties, so keeping them clean is simple and you can even get your baby involved in the process.

  • Wooden toys can be wiped with a dry cloth for daily maintenance and cleaning. No Soaking in the water as the wood can soak up the water which can gradually lead to cracks.
  • Do not leave them in direct sunlight. Sunlight can cause the colors to fade 
  • You can moisturize wooden toys when it starts to look dry or dull. Coconut oil or olive oil can be applied sparingly with a washcloth.

COUNTRY OF ORIGIN

  • India
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