Baby enjoys the soft, delicate sounds produced by the sweet-sounding Baby Butterfly wind-chime, stimulating both her sense of sight and hearing.
Baby spends much time watching the toy dangling above her, randomly reaching out with her hand and batting at the toy, causing it to swing and make pleasing sounds – a captivating effect that encourages her to try time and again.
Use the clip to hang Baby Butterfly on your baby's infant seat.
Hang it on baby's stroller as an on-the-go toy.
Place it in baby's crib for fun and play indoors.
When baby tries to reach her hand out to touch Baby Butterfly hanging in front of her, she lifts her arm as one unit, an action which starts where her arm meets her shoulder, strengthening her arm muscles. These muscles are part of the muscle group used when developing gross motor skills.