An Overview On Play Gyms
The American Academy of Pediatrics recommends that playtime should begin on the first day a newborn comes home from the hospital. The AAP states that babies should have two to three periods of tummy time spent playing with parents per day. While this playtime only needs to last for three to five minutes for newborns, this amount should increase gradually until a little one spends about an hour per day enjoying time playing on their tummy.
A play gym can help a baby enjoy and look forward to time spent playing on the floor. There are infant activity gyms in dozens of styles and colors with all sorts of different toys and features, so choosing the best one for your child might seem challenging. Knowing what characteristics are the most educational and entertaining might make it easier to make the best selection.
Play gyms that accommodate tummy time are desirable. For instance, a pillow that props up the baby can be beneficial until a little one builds the strength to hold themselves up on their own. Toys available at eye level and a mat with vividly colored graphics are advantageous, as well.
Baby activity gyms with interactive elements are worth considering. Not only are these toys and gadgets fun for your tiny one to use, but they also help them learn about cause and effect. The toys will help them stay busy while increasing their understanding of the world around them and their place in it.
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A Musical Play Mat For 1
The Fisher-Price Deluxe Kick & Play Piano Gym & Maracas comes with two Rattle ‘n Rock Maracas and lets your baby interact by lying down, doing tummy time, and sitting up. Plus, the keyboard is detachable so you can take a piece of the play mat with you wherever you go. It’s an interactive play mat that encourages them to learn about different animals, colors, shapes, and numbers.
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Play Yard And Play Mat
Shake up playtime with this set of toy maracas and the Fisher-Price Deluxe Kick & Play Piano Gym, which features five light-up piano keys, a repositionable toy arch, a detachable keyboard, and four musical settings. As your baby grows from lay and play to tummy time to sitting up at the piano, you can change up the music and learning with Smart Stages technology! Let’s hit it, baby! Where development comes into play Sensory: Lots of bright colors, a variety of textures, and all those exciting songs, sounds, and phrases engage your baby’s developing visual, tactile, and auditory senses. Gross Motor: With all that shaking, kicking, reaching, and pushing up, those little muscles are getting ready for big things! Curiosity & Wonder: Rewarding activities like pushing on the piano keys to hear fun tunes introduce little Mozarts to cause and effect, and keep your baby coming back to the gym again and again
Item dimension: 36.02 x 27.01 x 17.99 inches
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Pearl Piano is a family business with five generations of experience. Our team now includes Wayne’s son and daughter, Carey and Pearl.
We continue to serve concert artists from around the world as well as major institutions, including Canada National Ballet School, Heliconian Club, and the CBC.
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Our story begins with Wayne Chen, whose great-grandfather founded the first piano-building company in China. After apprenticing with his grandfather for ten years, Wayne won the post of chief technician at Shanghai Symphony Orchestra.
In 1987, he was invited by Steinway & Sons to continue his training at the factory in Hamburg, Germany. Afterwards he traveled to the United States to work for Chicago Symphony Orchestra. During his time in the U.S., Wayne also worked at the renowned ProPiano Company in New York City, during which time he rebuilt concert grands for both the Cleveland Symphony Orchestra and Baltimore Symphony Orchestra.
Wayne came to Toronto in 1993 and started Pearl Piano in 1994 to realize his dream of rebuilding his own pianos. Until his recent semi-retirement, Wayne was the technician at all the major concert venues in Toronto including Massey Hall, St. Lawrence Centre, and the Toronto Centre for the Arts.
Rob has been playing piano and organ for almost fifty years, encompassing all styles of music, including but not limited to, classical, jazz, new-age, rock & roll and latin.
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