During the first three months, your tiny baby will enjoy the soothing sound of the duck wind chime - move it and enjoy together.
Periodically place your baby on her back under the arches and hang the toys within reach of both her hands so that she can bat at them.
Use the various features to help amuse baby and extend tummy time while helping her hone her motor skills with the responsive touch pad.
Closed borders with overhead arches
Open borders with overhead arches
Open side border with no arches
Moderate the level of stimulation offered by the Gymini Kick & Play by moderating the number of toys in baby’s field of vision or adding the lights & music. You can stimulate baby’s body sensation and control by placing him on his tummy and allowing him to hit the kick & play response pad with his hands or feet. It helps them gain control over their muscles and movement.
If your baby seems uncomfortable or restless (crying, averting his gaze, etc) reduce the level of stimulation. Leave only one toy in his field of vision and turn the lights & music feature off. You could also close the borders to create a more cozy and contained environment. Stay beside baby and stroke him gently until he is soothed.
If your baby seems uninterested or bored, try adding more toys, turning the music on and occasionally moving the toys around. Position the lights & music toy so that baby’s feet hit it as she moves and rattle one of the cute toys in front of baby. Gradually, reduce the level of stimulation to help baby focus.
To stimulate baby’s body sensation and control, place baby on his tummy. Position the response pad front of him and activate it or allow him to examine his reflection in the mirror. Monitor baby’s reactions and try to see which features he enjoys and which he could do without.
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