Tiny Love in association with deliababy Introducing an adorable, pretty, self-rolling Jittering Isaac-a cute little jittering and chiming on the go companions that discover the world with your baby. Adorable smiling expressions, stimulating audio feedback and soft textures offer babies amusement and fun on the go. It is Small Enough to take anywhere, this compact toy stimulates your baby to use fingers and hands in a variety of ways, thereby helping your little one Develop Fine Motor Skills. The Clearly Defined Face, Bright Colours, Sounds & Textures stimulate baby's senses and support development. Use the clip to hang the take-along toy on your baby's infant seat, stroller, or crib for on-the-go and indoor engagement and fun. Charming on the go Bear Clip-Toy with jittery feedback that stimulates the senses and helps develop fine motor skills. Engaging High-Contrast Basic Colours especially appropriate for young babies; Featuring Isaac, an All-Smiles inquisitive bear named after the great scientist, Isaac Newton. As the toy is a ring attached that you can attach it to the hood of the strollers carry cot or car seat, making it not only a fun toy for home, but also on the go! Safety Standards: EN-71, CPSIA, CCPSA, ASTM-963e, BIS; Packaging Dimensions: L15.00 x W5.00 x H20.00 (Cm); Product Dimensions: L10.00 x W2.00 x H18.00 (Cm); Package Weight: 0.105 Kg; Product Weight: 0.100 Kg Color: Multi-Color; Gender: Unisex; Age: 0m+
Small enough to take anywhere, this compact toy stimulates your baby to use fingers and hands in a variety of ways, thereby helping your little one develop fine motor skills.
Reduce Stimulation if your baby seems uncomfortable or restless, and examine baby’s reaction. Let baby enjoy the hanging overhead toys without the music & lights feature or the vibrations and gradually try introducing the additional features.
Increase Stimulation if your baby seems uninterested or bored, while monitoring baby’s reaction. Rock the Rocker back and forth, add the vibrations and draw baby’s attention to the dangling toys.
When the baby is 0~2m old; Hold the toy around 10 inches away from your baby's face and, after baby's gaze focuses on the toy, slowly move it from side to side.
When the baby is 2~4m old; Make sure you hang the toy within baby's reach - babies will stretch their hand out to touch the toy, causing it to move and sway.
When the baby is 4~6m old; Baby’s grasp reflex disappears and hand-control improves, allowing your little one to reach out confidently and pull the toy to make it jitter.