Early Stages – Development of Motor Skills and Tactile Stimulation – allow your child explore the toy with his fingers, mouth and skin. The pilot character has been specially developed from different fabrics to stimulate tactile development. The rattling beads will help your baby focus on fine motor skills.
Cause & Effect Processes – Shaking the airplane rattle will activate sound effects & music that will enhance your baby’s understanding of “cause & effect”. Repeating this action, your baby will eventually learn how to activate the rattle.
Eye-Focus and Head Control – Shake the rattle to one side of the baby encouraging him to turn and look for the sound.
Comfort and Transition Object – The friendly characters may also be used to transitional or comfort object. These can help children make the emotional transition from dependence to independence; helping him fall asleep and reassure him when separated from you, or frightened.
Despite myths to the contrary, transitional objects are not a sign of weakness or insecurity, and there’s no reason to keep your child from using one.