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Recommended for babies from birth, the Lamaze Musical Inchworm is a plush toy that's perfect for playing and napping. Developed in conjunction with child development experts from Yale University, the Inchworm promotes parent and baby interaction, encourages tummy time fun, and supports healthy physical and sensory development.
When babies are first born, they see in black and white. This is why the Musical Inchworm strikes a balance between bright, high contrast patterns that help stimulate baby's vision, and bold solid colours that give baby's eyes a place to rest. Sounds like rattle, squeak, crinkle, and jingle also help stimulate and develop baby's auditory skills. Finally, the Musical Inchworm's large, friendly eyes invite baby to focus and stare at a single object, which can help calm baby while supporting healthy eye development.
With its soft velour body and interesting textures to touch and chew, the Musical Inchworm is an ideal play and rest-time companion, whether baby is at home in his crib or travelling in the car. Safe and easy for little hands to hold and investigate, this toy also features an underside that measures your baby up to 24 inches.
Our little one loves this. The colours and sounds are very attractive. Would recommend.Published 9 days ago by Kay
Happy with price and purchase. Little boy loves it takes it everywhere with him. Loves it when the music starts playing it lights up his face well worth the pricePublished 10 days ago by sarina kauser
Another very attractive baby toy from the Lamaze stable. Bought as a Christmas gift for a grand-daughter, so full review is somewhat premature but when checked on delivery it looks... Read morePublished 26 days ago by chris
Thought my baby would love this as she loves her hungry caterpillar large plush toy but she has not been interested at all. It never seems to stay upright either. Read morePublished 2 months ago by Kimba