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Wimmer-Ferguson Grasp & Grow Rattle

Manufacturer: Manhattan Toy

Model Number: 210940

Recommended Age: Ages 3 months to 1

Availability: Out of stock


Shipping Weight: 2 ounces

Model Number: 210940

Product Dimensions: 7 x 3 x 2 inches


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This rattle has an easy to grasp handle that helps develop motor skills and hand strength. The rattle features ribbon, plastic rings and high-contrast patterns.


About Wimmer-Ferguson:
Wimmer-Ferguson is the original leader in research-based, high contrast colors and images for infant visual development. Reflecting over 40 years of academic research, the graphics and patterns on all Wimmer-Ferguson products adapt to a baby's changes in visual development by featuring a range of designs, complexity, and color. Wimmer-Ferguson's high-contrast images stimulate infants to encourage visual scanning, tracking and focusing. Professional research has shows that newborns are more attracted to high-contrast patterns than to color or brightness alone. Starting around 3 months, changes in the eye significantly increase a baby's ability to see color so patterns with color begin to play a larger role in development. The patterns on all Wimmer-Ferguson products adapt to baby's changes in visual development by featuring a range of design complexity and color. Simple patterns and faces are repeated from one toy to another allowing baby to learn pattern recognition. The toys in the Wimmer-Ferguson collection encourage hand-eye coordination, gross motor activity, self-awareness, sense of object permanence, and experience with cause and effect.

About Manhattan Toy:
At Manhattan Toy, they know that playtime is one of the most fundamental parts of childhood development. Year after year, Manhattan Toy strives to stretch their creative skills just a little bit more to bring you unique, high quality toys to expand little ones' imaginations and creative play.