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Galt Toys Dr Miriam Smiley Sun Mirror
- Developed by Dr Miriam Stoppard and Galt Toys
- A plastic baby mirror with a soft surround.
- The smiley sun, rainbow ribbons and crinkle butterfly are designed to attract baby to the mirror.
- May be used on the floor or attached to the cot.
- Soft, safe and machine washable. Play guide enclosed
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Introducing a new range of developmental toys for baby's first year and beyond. Developed with Dr Miriam Stoppard, the UK's most trusted parenting expert. A plastic baby mirror with a soft surround and textures and sounds to explore. As baby looks in the mirror, they begin to learn about the concept of self, I, me and mine. May be used on the floor or attached to a cot. Machine washable. Part of a range of baby toys developed with Dr Miriam Stoppard, the UK's most trusted parenting expert. Includes a play guide written by Dr Miriam with tips on how to play with this toy in the most beneficial way while having fun.
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Sadly, this is where the positives stop. My 6-month-old noticed its arrival on his cot, but hasn't shown much interest in it yet. The main selling point of this unit is, of course, its mirror. Unfortunately, this is not of the high quality I normally associate with Galt Toys. Presumably motivated by health and safety concerns (real or imagined), glass has been shunned in favour of a flexible metallised plastic surface. This undulates so much that the reflections look like something from a fairground comedy mirror. It makes me feel queasy to look at; I can't imagine what ideas it gives a baby about the nature of his own visage. The mirror surface also picks up permanent scratches and scuffs with even the lightest contact with other objects.
The mirror comes with a booklet by a Dr Miriam (whoever she may be), encouraging you to talk to your baby (like I'd never thought of that before). It manages to be both patronising and pretentious at the same time.
It’s durable and of good quality and finish. I’d be very happy to but this as a present for a smaller baby as it’s safe but also great value for money!
This is a well designed item, with a large velcro flap on the back that allows you to attach it to any bar like object without it sliding about unduly.
The whole product is very bright and has lots of touchy, feely, materials and textures and a crinkly paper sound, too. It is smaller than I expected, but for a young baby just grasping and reaching out, that is probably a good thing it's small and light to explore. Also comes with tips (for the parents!) on how to play with this toy to get the most out of it.
This is a 'toy' that is not going to get immediate 'results', as such, but studies do show looking at oneself in the mirror from an early age, does aid development and self-awareness, which can only be a good thing in the long run.
My only issue is the mirror is a little smaller than I would have liked.
I must just say....I'm a little sceptical about the 'part of a range of baby toys developed with Dr Miriam Stoppard' claim. My eldest played with an almost identical mirror at the toddler group we used to go to. Perhaps more of a case of 're-packaged for Dr Miriam Stoppard'.
Most Recent Customer Reviews
Great product, my son loves it. Nice and colourful with touch & feel toys on front and he loves the mirror.Published 9 months ago by JLo
granddaughter loves this she is 10mths babbles to baby in mirror its lovelyPublished 22 months ago by heather
It's a baby-safe mirror - entertains our 8 month old from time to time, but doesn't hold his attention very long - and seemed a bit expensive for what it is. Read morePublished on 19 Jun. 2014 by David Precious
It can be a little hard to tell what a baby likes, but my little tester seemed engaged with this. Made of safe materials. Recommended.Published on 18 Jun. 2014 by Pompom