The Gymini® Sunny Day's Arches Effect is soothing for tiny babies. The crossed arches provide a closed and calming space. At around 3 months, baby will begin striking the musical sun and enjoy the entertaining sounds it makes.
As baby lies on her tummy, she looks into the mirror and at the drawings on the mat, strengthening her shoulder muscles, thereby encouraging the development of gross motor skills.
Musical sun with 3 playful tunes
Mirror for extended tummy-time
Moderate the Gymini Sunny Day’s level of stimulation by adjusting the number of toys appearing in baby’s field of vision. . You can stimulate baby’s body sensation and control by placing him on his tummy.
If 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 deactivate the sun’s music. Stay beside baby and stroke him gently until he is soothed.
If your baby seems uninterested or bored, try adding toys to the arches, turning the sun’s music on and changing the positions of the toys every so often. Position baby so that her hands and feet are able to hit the toys and make them swing back and forth. 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 mirror in front of him and tap it to draw his attention. Sit beside him and talk to him to keep him entertained.