Take a fun friend along while on-the-go with our Wind Chime toy. This colorful clip toy features soft textures, engaging crinkly fabric, and wind chime sounds to encourage play. Attach the Wind Chime Toy to a Gymini Activity Gym or stroller so that your baby can see it, and at a distance that can easily be reached with an outstretched hand. Your baby will enjoy the soft sound of the wind-chime, which becomes a familiar and comforting element over time. As your baby grows, they spend a lot of time watching the toy dangling above them, randomly reaching out with their hand and batting at the toy, causing it to swing and make pleasing sounds, a captivating effect that encourages them to try time and again. The Wind Chime Toy attaches easily to strollers and carriers.
- Charming on the go toy that produces sweet sounding audio feedback that stimulates the senses and helps develop fine motor skills.
- Engaging high-contrast basic colors especially appropriate for young babies.
- Featuring Isaac, an all-smiles inquisitive bear named after the great scientist, Isaac Newton.
- Part of the Into the Forest™ collection! Sharing those special Moments of Wonder™ with baby.
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.
- 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.
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 sound the chime.
- Baby’s grasp reflex disappears and hand-control improves, allowing your little one to reach out confidently and move the toy to produce the musical feedback.
These are the key Developmental Wonders that this product can help encourage in your baby:
The gentle audio feedback, clearly defined face and bright colors stimulate baby's senses and support development.
Fine Motor Skills
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.