Wee Gallery Clutch Puzzle Ball - Wild - Learning Bugs Educational Toys

Wee Gallery Clutch Puzzle Ball - Wild

£29.65

Visual stimulation will naturally lead to little ones wanting to touch and explore, these beautifully soft Clutch Balls will encourage babies to reach, grasp and engage physically.

Wee Gallery’s Clutch Ball toy is designed to delight your baby’s developing senses.

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Visual stimulation will naturally lead to little ones wanting to touch and explore, these beautifully soft Clutch Balls will encourage babies to reach, grasp and engage physically.

Wee Gallery’s Clutch Ball toy is designed to delight your baby’s developing senses. Signature high-contrast hand painted graphics grab baby’s attention visually, while varied textures provide tactile stimulation. Its beautiful organic shell fabrics and Woodland pattern make it the perfect keepsake gift.

Also called an “Amish puzzle ball”, it was popularized by Montessori educators. The balls do not come apart, so are not actually a puzzle, but your baby will examine it as if it were a puzzle. Sensory Clutch Balls are used in many ways with babies from 3 months of age – attach a strap and hang above your baby from 3 months of age to promote kicking. At about 5 months your baby will begin to move the ball with her hands and begin to try and clutch it. The segments make it easier for a baby to clutch than a regular ball. And when it drops, it won’t roll far. It’s the perfect first ball for babies, and is a popular favorite baby toy.

Mr Mole's Marvellous Ideas

My puzzle ball is so soft and squishy! I love to look at the detailed pictures while I relax and comfort myself with the soft fabric. When I’m feeling a little more lively I love to kick my clutch ball knowing that it will be gentle on my little toes!

Larry's Learning Outcomes

Like many of Wee Gallery’s products, the Puzzle Ball can be used through different stages of development. If you hang the sensory Clutch Ball above a child at 3 months, they will start kicking at it which helps to develop gross motor skills. At around 5 months, they’ll begin grasping at the ball. The segments of the ball not only make it easy for an infant to pick up, but they keep it from rolling too far away when dropped.
Fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination are two skills that underpin most of the milestones that children will need to develop as they progress. Spatial awareness and problem solving are also vital for little ones to explore as early as possible and by playing with the Wee Gallery Puzzle Ball these abilities will come on naturally and enjoyably!
Language skills and vocabulary can also improve thanks to the delightful animal characters that children can explore.

About The Brand

As a graphic designer with a background in Chemistry, Botany and Zoology, Surya along with Dave who was a teacher, was fascinated by the idea of helping our baby’s brain develop by literally playing with visuals. They created a planet of animals, which were designed to entertain and educate, taking into account each stage of development. As their son used the Art Cards, they discovered…• as motor skills develop, babies start to grab the cards to look at them • as you tell stories for each animal, your baby may listen and look, starting to turn the card again and again 
• as a baby approaches one year, he or she may carry the cards around, sharing them with you and ask for a story.Wee Gallery’s scope expanded as they learned along with their kids, and they now have a product line that reaches up to 5 years of age. Wee Gallery hope to continue to create toys that are simple, clever, and help you discover the beauty of connecting with the little people that are most important to us.

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