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The Wimmer-Ferguson Infant Stim-Mobile for Cribs Introduces baby to high contrast images and colors for early visual and multisensory development. Ten interchangeable graphic cards offer a range of simple high-contrast images to more complex colored patterns and graphics to foster visual development. Graphic cards are labeled by age to guide you with recommended graphics to use as baby’s vision develops. Adjustable cord on the Infant Stim-Mobile allows you to easily change distance of graphics from baby as their vision develops. Baby toy suitable for newborns up to 5 months old; Wimmer-Ferguson toy graphics and designs are based on scientific research of visual development in early infancy.
BLACK AND WHITE DEVELOPMENTAL TOYS: From Manhattan Toy’s award winning Wimmer-Ferguson infant collection – the original innovator of black and white developmental toys. The patterns of all Wimmer-Ferguson products adapt to baby’s changes in visual development by featuring a range of design complexity and color, inspired by laboratory research. INFANT STIM-MOBILE FOR CRIBS DETAILS: Introduces baby to high contrast images and colors for early visual development with a hanging mobile over little one’s crib. Ten interchangeable cards offer a range of simple to more complex colored patterns and graphics. ADAPTABLE FOR BABY’S GROWTH: Adjustable cord on the Stim-Mobile allows you to easily change distance of cards from baby as they grow and their vision develops (keep out of reach, however). Graphic cards are labeled by age to guide you with recommended graphics as baby grows. VISUALLY APPEALING HIGH CONTRAST TOY FOR INFANTS: Professional research has shown that newborns are more attracted to high-contrast patterns than to color or brightness alone. The Wimmer-Ferguson Infant Stim-Mobile for Cribs was designed for this purpose, encouraging baby to learn pattern recognition from the start. WIMMER-FERGUSON COLLECTION BY MANHATTAN TOY: The developmental toys for babies and infants in the Wimmer-Ferguson collection encourage eye-hand coordination, gross motor activity, self-awareness, sense of object permanence and experience with cause and effect.