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Baby’s Mirror
Learn how your child can make use of this toy to have fun and learn at the same time.
Baby’s Mirror - KA10569

45cm(W) x 45cm(H)

Small Toy: 9.5cm(H)

Mirror: 21.5cm(W) x 12.5cm(H)

Babies can have their own rear-view mirror in the car now! The detachable butterfly toy will jingle along with the ride. For reverse car seats, attach Baby’s Mirror onto the passenger seat’s headrest. Parents and babies can maintain eye contact throughout the ride!

Objective: Visual stimulation - observing herself in the mirror (car)

Method: Fasten Baby's RVM to the passenger seat headrest so that your child can observe herself in the mirror.

Objective: Visual stimulation - observing herself in the mirror (crib)

Method: Fasten Baby's RVM to your child’s crib so that she can observe herself in the mirror.

Objective: Listening and attention training – observing your child’s reaction to sounds

Method: Shake or crinkle different parts of Baby's RVM to create sounds from different directions. Observe if your child’s gaze follows the sounds.

Objective: Fine and gross motor skills training - grasping

Method: The dangling butterfly moves and makes sound with the movement of the car. Encourage children to grasp the hanging butterfly.

Objective: Relaxing - making eye contact with parents

Method: You may observe your child from the front seat through Baby's RVM. Your child can also see your face through the mirror to stay relaxed and feeling secure.

Objective: Comforting baby - companionship on the road

Method: Baby's RVM trio can be strapped to any stroller to keep your child company on the road.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning facial features

Method: Use Patrick and the butterfly to teach children facial features.

Objective: Cognitive training – pointing to facial features

Method: Name a facial feature of Patrick or the butterfly and encourage your child to point to it.

Objective: Cognitive training - learning colors

Method: Teach children different colors.

Objective: Cognitive training – pointing to colors

Method: Name a color and encourage your child to point to it.

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