Our price: $23.75
According to developmental experts, manual dexterity is directly tied to cognitive development. That's why it's essential to be proactive in encouraging your baby's and toddler's fine motor skills. Pixel Baby makes it fun and easy.
Using Pixel Baby's very large buttons and the transparent board with holes, your child will place the buttons in the correct holes. The buttons slide in easily and reinforce your child's ability to release an object voluntarily. The pieces come in three colors and shapes.
When the colorful side of a card is facing up, there are specific locations shown for the various colors and shapes to be placed. On the reverse side of each card is a grey and white image that allows more freestyle play. Convergent and divergent play for babies!
Made in Italy, the Pixel Baby case has a built-in handle, making it easy to carry around. It contains eight toddler-friendly, double-sided pattern cards and 30 extra-large buttons, all packaged into a lovely carrying case. Pixel Baby stimulates creativity, visual perception, matching, fine motor skills, and cognitive growth.
Age Recommendation: 18 months+
Made In: Italy
review by Cosmic Montessori School
”The pieces are bright and simple with only three color variations. They’re large enough not to pose a choking risk. My favorite thing of all is that this travels well!”Read the Review
I bought this for my 1 year old to grow into and naturally my 3 year old wanted to play with it too. I let her show her brother how to use it and now he is figuring it out before he is even 18 months old. It is so much fun to see them working together to build a picture. The pieces are easy for either of them to handle and opens a great gate to shapes and colors.
My child loves to play with these. It's one of his most asked for toys. He gets a little frustrated with it occasionally when he has trouble pulling off the pixel, but he's getting better at it all the time. The toy is able to grow with him for he doesn't use the pictures behind the board yet.
It’s hard to find puzzle type of products for the under 2 age group. My 20 month old is trying to figure out matching, but it’s a good product.
This is great for a toddler's fine motor skills! Also great to help with color matching and beginning skills needed for puzzles!