|Remote Control Included?||No|
|Release date||5 October 2016|
|Mfg Recommended age||4 months - 3 years|
|Item model number||80680|
|Product Dimensions||14.94 x 11.43 x 20.65 cm; 204.12 Grams|
Sassy Teethe & Twirl Station
- Soft, textured surfaces encourage mouthing, aiding in the development of communication skills
- Encourages baby to reach, tug, & bat, strengthening hand-eye coordination
- Different materials & surfaces stimulate baby's sense of touch & teach them to recognize new objects
- Spinning Ferris wheel provides a higher level of visual tracking
- 2-in-1 toy can be suctioned to a flat surface or removed from base for floor play
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Stimulate baby's sense of touch and teach him to recognize new objects with the different materials and surfaces on the Sassy Teethe & Twirl Station. The soft surfaces encourage mouthing, aiding in the development of communication skills. The spinning Ferris wheel provides a higher level of visual tracking and encourages baby to reach, tug and bat, strengthening hand-eye coordination. This 2-in-1 toy can be suctioned to a table or high chair tray, or removed from the base for floor play.
Sassy Developmental Baby Products
All Sassy Baby Products present important features for developing baby's senses, such as:
- High Contrast Patterns
- Bright Colours
- Multiple Textures
- Colour Language
- Enticing Sounds
- Age-appropriate Materials
- Functional Features
Sassy Teethe & Twirl Sensation Station
Always smart, always fun, always Sassy.
The Sassy Teeth & Twirl Sensation Station helps to stimulates hearing, vision and touch. It inspires fascination and provides manipulation challenges appropriate for 6 months and beyond. This 2-in-1 toy makes a fantastic gift. There’s so much that will hold their attention whilst developing their sense during play.
Using the strong suction base turns this rattle into a fantastic highchair toy that can’t be thrown onto the floor. It’s secure so baby can have a good lesson in cause and effect by spinning action that also develops motor skills and hand-eye coordination. The different materials and surfaces stimulate baby’s sense of touch and tech them to recognise new objects as well as being suitable for teething.
Spinning the Ferris wheel provides a high level of visual tracking. In addition to all of this, simply pull out the handle from the suction base to take on days out, perfect for that car journey! The black and white contrasting handle offers texture to develop tactile sensitivity and is an excellent shape to chew on with sore gums and small enough for little hands to grasp and shake.
- Multiple textures offer variety to touch.
- High-contrast colours help develop visual skills.
- A variety of bright colours, textures and activities keep baby entertained.
- Spinning wheel engages the concept of cause and effect.
- Suitable for mouthing.
- Secure suction cup for stability.
- Great for highchair.
- Suitable from 6 months+.
Perfect for Teething
The different materials and surfaces stimulate baby’s sense of touch and tech them to recognise new objects as well as being suitable for teething.
Helps Develop Fine Motor Skills
Using the strong suction base turns this rattle into a fantastic highchair toy that can’t be thrown onto the floor. It’s secure so baby can have a good lesson in cause and effect by spinning action that also develops motor skills and hand-eye coordination.
2-in-1 toy can be suctioned to a table or high chair tray, or removed from base for floor play.
As babies become aware of their tongues, they begin cooing, babbling, and making consonant sounds to explore phonological awareness. They learn that the world is made of sounds and that it’s important for them to hear the differences among them.
Baby likes to 'talk' with you by imitating the sounds you make, by watching your mouth make movements and your face make expressions.
Pre-speaking babies are taking in the sounds, intonation and cadence of their native language long before they are able to create the words on their own.
Responsive communication, or moving from 'parentese' to authentic conversations, is an important milestone in your little one’s development. Joint attention to your little one is key to language learning, so pay attention to what your baby is interested in and talk about it. Give baby back just a bit more than she gave you and then wait for the response.
Inspire all the Senses
At birth a newborn can only taste 3 of the 4 major taste categories (sweet, sour and bitter). Before 4 months, babies don’t show much reaction to the forth category - salt; however, after 4 months, babies have developed the nerve cells needed to detect salt in liquids. You will notice that a baby typically shows a preference for sweet liquids and sweet tasting foods.
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Only downfall is that my little one can rip it of the table with some effort, but we have yet to find a toy he can’t rip off the table.