Place the pad under the baby's thighs / knees and in front of the belt clip. It is also used in the sports part of the trolley (in the lying position) with the support of the legs, if we start with the premature use of the sporting part. Support pad that provides better comfort for your baby and increases snack security.
After approximately three months the child starts to intentionally move his hands, however he is not able to hold any objects. Elastic strap made of cotton is designed to attach toys and enables the chils to hold and know the toy in the early stage of gross motor skills development. The lower side of the trap is attached to the toy and the upper side is attached to the appropriate stand or baby car seat.
The balance beam is appropriate for the child when he/she walks stably. You set it near a wall so that if the child loses his/her balance he/she can hold to something. We recommend that the child walks barefooted on the central part of the beam so that he/she will be able to sense tactile stimulations on his/her feet. Walking on the beam helps the child with his/her movement development, balancing, spatial awareness, movement refinement and self-reliance.
8.90€ – 10.50€
Rolling rattle with bell is simple but interesting toy for a child to hold and explore and this way develop fine motor skills of his fingers. The sound of a bell attracts the child to listen and develop the hearing attention. Rolling rattle is appropriate to encourage the child for movement.
The large rolling rattle is intended for encouraging the child for movement which learn to crawl. In the middle of the rattle there are two bells which attract the child by sound to keep him trying to reach it. The rattle is made of wood pleasant to the touch.
The large rolling rattle is intended for encouraging the child for movement which learn to crawl. In the middle of the rattle there are multiple wooden balls which attract the child by sound to keep him trying to reach it. The rattle is made of wood pleasant to the touch.
70.00€ – 90.00€
The child can play “release the ball” with this tracker and at the same time he/she develops his/her gross motor skills. With this exercise the child develops the skill of releasing objects, in this case balls. The ball slowly rolls along the ramp and encourages the child to follow it with his/her eyes. The child needs to squat and stand up to put the ball in the tracker and by doing so develops his/her balance. The Takanne tracker is appropriate for the children who are starting to stand; but it stays their favourite long after that.
Topponcino is a soft and confortable pillow intended for a newborn so that we can protect him and give him as little stress as possible while carrying him, holding and putting him/her on the bed or any other appropriate surface. Topponcino is assembled from a filling and a cover. Usually we find it suitable to have a spare cover in order to keep the hygiene level high and keep using the topponcino while one cover is being washed. Diverse colours are available with or without lace.