Vulli Baby Learning Toys
A highly versatile giant cube, with loads of possibilities to stimulate baby's senses!A handle makes the cube easy for baby to hole. It includes a plastic ring with small balls inside that make a noise when they are shaken and has a clever textured teething ring for baby to chew on when her teeth are coming through! Plus, it includes a strip of velcro to fasten to a stroller, car seat or shopping cart!
Baby grows up with Vulli! Baby's first months are a time of mutual discovery and happiness shared with parents. With toys suited for each age, Vulli can truly make those moments special and unique! To follow baby everywhere! This set is both playful and comforting; it contains the famous Sophie The Giraffe, in natural rubber, who has been part of babies' lives for more than 40 years. Slender, flexible, and soft, baby can squeeze and chew her in complete safety. Lovable and amusing, she laughs when her body is squeezed. As well, Sophie The Giraffe in plush, to discover all the softness of Sophie. Features: Phtalate-free Natural rubber construction Slender, flexible, and soft Velcro fastenings Plush has tinkling bell Sophie the Giraffe - full of discoveries and activities to awaken baby's senses! Vulli's Tips and Advice on How To choose A Toy For Baby Play allows a baby to familiarise himself with the surrounding world and to develop. As they pass through the different phases of growth, each baby develops their own pace and develop personality. Information acquired as the months go by varies with each individual infant. Here are a few reference-points to help you choose the most appropriate toy for your baby's development. 0-3 months - A baby perceives movement and colour, and listens to sounds. Fascinated by abacuses and mobiles, they usually suck anything he can put into their mouth. They try to grasp objects around them; at 2 months, they love rattles and teething-rings. 3-6 months - as soon as they can sit upright, they are particularly fond of playmats and soft fabric toys, loving toys which make a noise. They can laugh and make vocal noises at this stage. 6-9 months - baby begins to crawl, tries to keep their balance, and manages to grab toys. They can sit up easily and appreciates teething-rings to give them gum some relief when their first t