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By now your baby loves their mobile over their cot and associates familiar sounds with it. Activity gyms and interactive play mats trigger the same excitement.
Like rattles, activity gyms and play mats help babies explore their environment through their sense of sound, touch, sight, and taste. Their motor skills also get a tune-up when they kick at, bat, reach, and grab for toys. When you put your baby down on his tummy, you’ll also give him the opportunity to develop his upper-body and neck strength, a prerequisite for rolling, crawling and other physical achievements.
In the early weeks your baby will start his mat-time fun on his back, gazing up at the hanging toys. If your baby doesn’t like being put on his stomach initially for tummy time distract him with the gym’s lights, music, and crinkle toys until he gets used to it, If you have an i-Mat you will quickly see him respond to the animal sounds as you point the voice pen at the mat.
At first, your baby might just make general movements toward objects. Eventually, he’ll be able to reach out to touch the animal on the mat or try and bring objects forward if you’re using an activity gym.
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