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Infant Rattle

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    The date of payment from buyers deliver within days

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    Guangdong

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    Long-term effective

  • Last update:

    2019-05-30 08:10

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Guangdong XYS Toys CO., LTD
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xiangyuansu(Mr.)  

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Room 202, No.11 Dong Shixiang, Tianxindong Road, Taihe Town, Baiyun District, Guangzhou, Guangdong, China

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http://www.xys-toys.com/ http://xiangyuansu.yuan-shou.com/

Product details

Products Description

• Baby rattle toy with 9 pcs different style hand grasp teether with Adorable Color

• Helps strengthen baby's sensory skills & gross motor skills, different colors, various shapes, unique design can develop baby recoginition ability.

• Light-weight and small volume, suitable size for baby's hand, can be played in anywhere such as outdoor, indoor, even in the car. 


Products Specifics

Model Number

776-11/776-12/776-14

Shape

Animal & Ring

Age Range

3+ Month

Material

Eco-Friendly Plastic

Function

Rattle & Teether

Packing

9 Pcs/Bag


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FAQ

1) What toys do 3 to 6 month olds play with?

a. Crib mobiles

b. Lightweight rattles: 

c. Activity bars

d. Soft stuffed animals and dolls

e. Squeaky rubber toys

f. Board books

g. Colorful teething rings

h. Toys to manipulate

i. Activity quilts and playmats

2) Do babies need toys to learn?

Yes. Babies are eager to learn about the world around them, and they have much to learn. Every new shape, color, texture, taste and sound is a learning experience for them. Giving your baby toys that are safe and stimulating will help him discover his senses. Rattles and toys that make music are favorites of infants. Toys with contrasting colors are fascinating to babies and stimulate their developing vision. As they grow, infants can use toys to explore object permanence and cause and effect relationships. They also need objects such as blocks to help them build motor skills and hand-eye coordination.

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