Electronic Resource - Child
There are at least 8 stimulating toys within hands' reach with this latest Baby Einstein creation, together offering enough interest and diversity to teach new colors, textures, shapes, musical scores, realistic animal depictions and sounds, and a bevy of bilingual words. The marquee feature: with each word or sound ("chien", "gato", or "cat", for example), there is a photographed, rather than illustrated, animal which is realistically associated with it. Simple words cited in several languages encourage talk-back, repetition, and retention. A hand-puppet offers interactive play with big people and a textured array of shapes, sizes, and colors aid sensory development and hand-eye coordination. Ergonomically designed, the seat makes activities strain-free (for children up to 30 pounds or about 32 inches). Learning and playing is therefore more independent, but that's not to say parents shouldn't join in the fun. Requires adult assembly and 3, AA batteries.
Infancy (<1), Toddlerhood (1-3)
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