The Dolphin Toy™ is a Developmental Baby Growth Toy designed by doctors. These toys are designed for brain and eye development with the use of high contrasting colors. The Dolphin can by placed in front of the child to encourage them to attempt to move forward in the water while using the Swim Bar™!
Here are some advantages of this toy:
- Soft & Cuddly
- Easy for baby to grasp and release
- Help calm a fussy baby
- A Loveable Toy that can make Bath time easier
- Fast drying
- Color and shape designed for brain-eyesight development
- Perfect for tub time play and developing fine motor skills.
The window of opportunity for sight development is a birth. Babies can not see color until they are about 3 months of age. They see black and white, but they can only see black and white stark lines or high contrasting colors and lines and the lines have to be moving. Babies begin seeing color at from 3 months to 6 months. Our developmental toys have high contrast colors so that a baby can see them. Babies as young as 2-3 months old will react to these moving colors and symbols. This will help the baby develop its rods and cones. (The rods are the part of the eye that see black and white, and cones see color.) If you blind fold a baby for the first 6 months of life, the baby will be blind forever due to poor exercising for the rods and cones. These developmental toys will help develop the rods and cones faster and help make them stronger. These products will help teach the baby and parents to communicate and trust each other allowing them to grow together. They will not only teach the child to learn to communicate with the parents, but they will also teach the parent to communicate with the child. A lot of parents that are not around the baby all day will lose trust and communication with the baby.
We use these products in the water as well because in the water, babies do not have to fight gravity. Allowing the baby to move around and better exercise their arms, legs, backs, and necks. Combining the strengthening of the babies eyesight and muscles in the body will help prevent autism. Brain cells develop fastest in the first year of life. These exercises will increase the oxygen and nutrients going to the babies brain during that very important time.