Also known as a Pikler Ball.
Perfect for little fingers to grab and hold. Hand made - how do they do that?
8 cm. Adult supervision needed.
- Check toys regularly.
- Toys that have been broken may have dangerous points or prongs.
- Stuffed toys may have loose seams. Always check for loose parts and escaped stuffing.
- Encourage children to put their toys safely away on shelves or in a toy chest after playing to prevent trips and falls and teach older children to help keep their toys away from younger brothers and sisters.
- Keep potentially flammable soft toys away from stoves, fireplaces, heaters and other sources of heat.
- Remember that children are likely to play with toys in ways that are not expected. Watch children playing and see how they use their toys to identify misuse.
- Infant toys, such as rattles and teethers, should be large enough so that they cannot enter and become lodged in an infant’s throat.