When our babies first come into the world, they immediately try to make sense of the things surrounding them. They try to explore their surroundings by taking up and absorbing the sounds they hear, the sensations of touch as well as what little light they see at the earliest stage of their entrance in this world. They continue to heighten their senses as, sight, hearing, and touch continue to develop further. But at the early stage, the babies cannot seem to make sense of it all at once. That is why we as parent may also need to guide them and help them slowly understand and learn about the world that they begin to see, hear and touch with their own senses. Toys like the NogginStik Baby Rattle can help kids learn more about lights, sounds and textures at the very early stage of their development.
The NogginStik Baby Rattle is a unique baby rattle that will help babies learn more about their senses. It comes with a handle with a silly face on one end that lights up in different colors when the baby bats on the rattle head. It lights up in red, blue and green to help stimulate the baby’s eyes. When the baby shakes the rattle, soft sounds come out that is pleasing to the ears. This helps stimulate the baby’s sense of hearing, helping him or her differentiate from loud to soft sounds. The NogginStik Baby Rattle also comes with a variety of textures that help stimulate the baby’s sense of touch.
It might look like a simple rattle, but the NogginStik Baby Rattle can be an early educational toy for babies still trying to explore the immediate surroundings in front of them. The rattle is powered by three 1.5-volt LR44 button cell batteries. The toy is also washable by using a damp cloth and mild detergent. The NogginStik Baby Rattle is available at Think Geek for US$23.
Image Source: Think Geek