What is it
A flower-shaped plastic mirror, easy for little hands to hold as baby discovers their reflection and begins to learn about who they are.
Pack size: 195x165x45mm
What our team of testers said
"I like the fact that it is gender neutral." - Mum of an eight month old
"The mirror gives a good refection back, it isn't distorted like lots of other baby mirrors." - Mum of a five month old
- Develops fine motor control
- Teaches children about self awareness
- Allows for sensory exploration
What our experts think
Little hands will find this cute mirror easy to grab and hold. Mirrors are a great way of teaching baby about themselves and for letting them learn through exploration – baby will begin to recognise not only themselves but also the different parts of their face. It was lovely to watch the little ones smiling as they caught sight of themselves and began to develop their self-awareness.
The mirror is a good size, it is light weight and is well shaped to allow baby to pick it up and hold it. Our testers did throw it, but luckily it is robust and withstood this! This builds fine and gross motor skills, strengthening hand and arm muscles and promoting hand-eye coordination. We also liked the fact that it was safe for baby to explore the mirror with their mouths as well as with their hands and eyes, as sensory exploration is great for stimulating and developing the brain at this age.
- RRP: £7.99
- Brands: Ambi, Galt
- No batteries required
- Toy Types: .Toys
- Types of skills developed: Cognitive
Fine motor skills
Gross motor skills
Identity, awareness & belonging
Memory, concentration & attention
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Understanding the world