A developmental playground of fun and discovery
The large, colorful surface offers baby a wide space for motor and sensory experimenting, whether lying on her tummy, on her back or practicing rolling over. Stimulating the different senses helps develop babies' balance, coordination, posture, etc. It also helps increase babies control over their body.
If your baby seems restless or uncomfortable, lie beside her and help her get used to this open new playing environment. Focus her attention on one of the features: the frog, the hippopotamus head, etc. If baby still seems overwhelmed, try adjusting the level of stimulation by concealing some of the features with a soft bib.
If your baby seems bored or uninterested, place her in front of the more eye-catching features, such as the sun and the fish, and play with them. Encourage her to explore the various textures on the blanket and place some extra toys within reach.
Lie next to your baby, cuddle him, talk to him. Enjoy the opportunity to get to know each other.
Encourage your baby to lie on her tummy by placing her facing one of the playmat's figures. Point to it and say, "heres a frog!" Rattle with the leaf to draw babys attention, or put the mirror in front of him and encourage him to look at it.
- Extra-large developmental playground
- Adjustable stand-alone mirror for extensive tummy-time play
- Long-lasting portable product with multiple indoor and outdoor uses
- Fine Motor Skills