Item # 566
- 3-18 Months
- Soft teethers
- Rattling beads
- Sliding and spinning eyes
- Sliding hands and feet
- Spinning mirror/hologram
- This fun and unique rattle stimulates the senses with a variety of colorful parts, in an assortment of shapes and sizes, that make different sounds.
- They are fascinating to explore with the hands and mouth (teether-hands, rattle-feet), developing baby's sense of sight, hearing and touch, and coordination between them.
- The varying sizes and shapes of the parts allow baby to hold the Ring-O in different ways, in accordance with her abilities and the size of the part.
- She learns to match her grasp to the part. For example, at first she holds it with all her fingers, shaking it to hear the sounds. Later, she learns to grasp the hands or the eye with two or three fingers and to turn the mouth with a single finger.
- Finally, she learns to stand it on its feet. Manipulating the parts skillfully requires coordination between her two hands: one hand holds while the other hand does something to the part.
- The Ring-O rattle helps develop understanding of the concept of cause and effect, as sounds and movements are caused by baby shaking the rattle.
- Later, baby notices the parts of the body and face that she is holding: eyes, mouth, hands, or feet.
Item # 566
This fun and unique rattle stimulates the senses with a variety of colorful parts, in an assortment of shapes and sizes, that make different sounds.