To the best of my knowledge, Albert Einstein was not a notorious safari adventurer. Nonetheless, the fine folks at Baby Einstein advise you “Send your baby to the jungle and back in the Safari Adventure Gym and Tunnel.”
The 4.5-foot long creative play space “provides a padded, roomy environment promoting three fun ways to play,” the company adds: “tummy time, sitting and crawling, with plenty of padded crawling space for babies to explore.” The tunnel mat “mixes in real-life imagery with vivid colors and 3 languages to enhance your baby’s sense of discovery.”
There are also a sun rattle, leaf-shaped teether, and a ring rattle with beads and extra links.
The Adventure Tunnel is $39 here.
Wonder Whale kicking gym
Aug 12, 2014 by Paul W.
We don’t recommend training your toddler to kick whales, but Infantino says “babies will love kicking their feet and watching the soft sea creatures sway.”
The Wonder Whale Kicks and Giggles Gym comes with a water-filled pat mat, a tummy time bolster, and four linkable activity toys for “baby-activated fun.” It all makes for “a playful way to help improve motor skills and teach cause-and-effect,” the company adds.
It’s $42 here.
It’s a fun, interactive, and educational activity center with a natural theme: Fisher-Price says its Rainforest Melodies & Lights Deluxe Gym “encourages healthy development while entertaining and calming baby.”
The gym has a soft quilt and offers music, lights, and nature sounds to keep your baby safely occupied. The activity gym “stimulates growing babies with music, lights, nature sounds, games and textures, the company says. It includes a spinner with rattling beads, spinning butterflies, shiny mirror, crinkly leaf for peek-a-boo fun, movable and stationary activity toys. “A cushy monkey, jingly toucan, cute elephant, and parrot with spinning paddle invite baby to bat them around, an action that helps develop gross motor skills.”
It’s designed for use from new-borns on up, and it’s $59 here.