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Gobbi mobile seven shades

26.00
The Gobbi mobile was designed by Gianna Gobbi. It is made from spheres of different shades of one colour which are light enough to move with air. It is a simple and attractive accessory for the child’s attention and at the same time it helps developing his/her visual sense so that s/he can differentiate the shades and subtle differences in colour. Differentiating the colour shades is the strongest in the early life. We can hang the mobile on a toy hanger or attach it on the ceiling or above the changing table. Mobile are assembled by seven cotton balls in different colour shades ranging from dark to light by two colour ranks

Small rolling ratlle

8.9010.50
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.

Large rolling ratlle with balls

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.

Large rolling ratlle with bells

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.

Dancers mobile

22.00
The dancers are made from light holographic paper so that they can move with air. The colour contrasts, reflection of light and pleasant shapes of the dancers attract the child’s attention. The child follows the dancers’ slow movements and that helps him/her developing visual skills such as depth perception, eye coordination, sensing the movement; and trains his/her ability to focus on things. We hang the mobile on the ceiling with a thread or on a higher hanger out of the child’s reach.