Baby rattles serve several purposes:
Sensory Stimulation: The sound produced by the rattle engages the baby's auditory senses, helping them develop their sense of hearing.
Visual Stimulation: Many rattles are brightly colored or have contrasting patterns, which can attract a baby's attention and aid in their visual development.
Motor Skills Development: Babies can grasp and hold onto the handle of a rattle, which helps improve their hand-eye coordination and fine motor skills.
Cause-and-Effect Learning: When a baby shakes the rattle, they learn that their actions result in the sound. This understanding of cause and effect can contribute to their cognitive development.
Materials: milk paint, linseed oil, birch wood
Made in Lithuanie