Baby Explorer – The perfect baby toy!
So, your baby’s growing fast and you are discovering something new with her/him every day. You realize that your baby’s hand-eye coordination is getting better, and she/he has begun recognizing bright colors. Your tiny tot is even responding to noise stimulation by trying to turn towards the source. Isn’t this the perfect time to introduce your tiny tot to Baby Explorer?
Baby Explorer, a unique app by Punflay with product design by Emantras, was created to satisfy the development needs of toddlers from 3 months and above. The app makes use of bright colors to appeal to your child who begins distinguishing among bold colors by her/his fifth month. A spring loaded butterfly and an illusion wheel help your little one’s hand-eye coordination. And four push buttons that quack, ring, squeak and whistle are all aimed at stimulating your baby’s auditory center.
Baby Explorer will fuel your child’s fascination with its high contrast colors and designs, and excite their curiosity with fun activities (like cracking open an egg/ tracking rings) and animations (a leaping frog). And you can breathe easy knowing that this is one toy they won’t be able to swallow!
- High contrast colors
- Baby-friendly sounds to stimulate auditory senses
- Tracking rings to encourage spotting and tracking
- Spring-loaded butterfly and wheel to improve hand-eye coordination
- Fun activities that excite curiosity and exploration
- Toy parts are not small enough to swallow
- Portable and allows for easy storage
Baby Explorer is a wonderful learning toy for your baby!
Baby Explorer is a useful addition to a parent’s toolbox of worthwhile activities to entertain and stimulate the development of baby.
Perfect for a baby! And toddlers will love it too
Baby Explorer turns your iPad into baby toy center with sounds and animated objects.
Punflay is a member of Moms with Apps, a collaborative group of family-friendly developers seeking to promote quality apps for kids and families.
Recommended Ages: 24-36 months
Categories: early learning, colors