What is it
Whatever the adventure, the toy easily attaches to baby’s pram or pushchair. Baby can push each monkey to watch them spin around. Pull the middle monkey’s legs to hear ratchet sounds, ideal for capturing baby’s attention.
Suitable for babies from newborn, there are lots of different textures for baby to explore and discover. Monkey Links will be baby’s best friends when out and about.
Lamaze brings moments to treasure for babies and parents; encouraging together time and independent daily discoveries.
What our team of testers said
"It is great how detailed the toy is and how many features there are." - Carer of a 7 month old boy
"Three monkeys." - Boy aged 2
- Bright colours fascinate baby and encourage eye focus
- Promotes cause and effect learning
- Develops muscle strength and hand-eye coordination
What our experts think
A vibrant toy that engages and delights babies. Our little testers enjoyed reaching for the monkey and grabbing it – this strengthens arm muscles and develops hand-eye coordination. The different colours provide sensory stimulation, encouraging younger babies to focus their eyes and attention, in addition to tactile elements which foster curiosity and develop fine motor control and dexterity. The babies especially enjoyed spinning the monkeys and this elicited lots of giggles! It also teaches cause and effect logic, i.e. when I push the monkey, he spins.
Some of our older testers also enjoyed the toy (one boy attached it to his toy buggy whilst he was pushing it around), it encouraged them to practice counting and aided their colour recognition.
- RRP: £17.99
- Brands: Tomy
- No batteries required
- Toy Types: .Toys
- Types of skills developed: Cognitive
Colour, shape and pattern recognition
Fine motor skills
Gross motor skills
Memory, concentration & attention
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Trial and error learning