About this item
- For ages 0-24 months
- Helps in development of motor skills and creative thinking
- Features a mirror, sensory-stimulating activities and easy closure
Make tummy time wildly fun with this portable mirror. Open up the easy-to-seal closure and watch the bright colors and patterns unfold. One side features colorful animal pals, and the other side features a mirror that's just the right angle for tummy time. There's so much sensory-stimulating fun, including a panel right within baby's reach that crinkles, a monkey that squeaks, a parrot that jingles, bananas that clack, fleece grass that's soft to touch, and that great-big mirror for self-discovery. And when it's time to put baby (and the fun) to bed, just fold it up for easy storage. Where development comes into playTM Security & Happiness - Baby can engage in self-discovery through mirror play. Sensory - Lots of textures, bright colors & patterns to help stimulate your little one's tactile and visual senses. Fine Motor - Grasping, shaking and exploring the activity toys helps foster fine motor skills. For babies from birth and up.
Number of Pieces: 1
Dimensions (Overall): 11 inches (H) x 10.13 inches (W) x 3.13 inches (L)
Weight: 1.1 pounds
Suggested Age: 0-24 Months
Educational Focus: Large motor skills, Creative Thinking
Item Number (DPCI): 030-10-1386
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Most recent reviews
5 out of 5 stars
Shauna35 — 3 months ago
I brought this for my daughter after getting the idea of a free standing baby mirror from a friend. I researched quite a few mirrors and found this one. You couldn't get better value for your money. My daughter loves to look at herself in the mirror. The added toys are a bonus and I love that it can...see moreof the reviewer's review
5 out of 5 stars
danierob — 5 months ago
My baby gets to use this a lot with his physical/occupational therapies. He also loves it himself on both sides- the mirror and the other side with an image of a giraffe, he can stare at the picture for hours. Only thing not functional is the small velcro to keep it closed - lost its stickyness.