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Montessori wooden ring with ribbon


When the child is 3 months old, myelination develops in the shoulders and arms. At this point, it can't fully control its hands, but it appears to be able to grasp objects with its hand. So when baby shows willingness to reach for hanging objects, it's the right time to introduce this hanging pull ring so that they can observe and practice grasping. This ring has both a vision and a grasping function; the upper end of the cord is connected to a rubber band so that the ring returns to its original position when the child pulls on it and releases it.

Recommended age: 3-4 months
Material and safety: The ring is made of natural beech wood, making it safe and smooth for the child to put in their mouth. The outside of the ring is sized just right for babies' small hands at this stage of development
How to use: Hang it on the baby gym in a position the child can reach.

Development Benefits
1. Encourages baby to reach and grasp
2. Provides tactile stimulation for babies, which promotes brain building

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Montessori wooden ring with ribbon