Babies can grasp an object from the moment they are born. This is an involuntary movement called the “grasping reflex”. But, by the time the little ones are three months or four months old, they’ll be actively trying to grasp things with better-coordinated movements.
This is a beautiful handcrafted Montessori inspired wooden rattle, perfect for babies who are learning to grasp and shake an object. The stem of the rattle is the perfect size, making it easy for your baby to grasp. The wooden rings in the rattle make a gentle sound when the baby waves it to and fro.
This rattle helps the child develop the gross motor skills as the child tries to reach out to grab the rattle. This rattle is also great for sensory play as it stimulates the sense of touch, sight, and hearing in infants.
The material is perfect for teething babies as well.