What is it
Featuring the same developmental approach to play and learning as the Explore & More version, the décor-friendly design features a 360-degree rotating seat that turns and stretches for bouncing. The unique discover window gives little ones a clear view of their feet as they play the light-up piano and four dreamy toys can be rearranged for customised play. As baby grows, the activity centre converts for easy cruising. At stage three, it transforms into a sturdy toddler table with a plastic chalkboard surface for drawing, playing—the sky’s the limit!
Designed in collaboration with a pediatrician, our baby activity center supports a “whole body” approach to play and learning. Easy to assemble, with toys that can be positioned anywhere for baby, it features a 360-degree rotating seat that turns and stretches for bouncing.
What our team of testers said
"Perfect size and easy to grab at toys." - Parents of boy aged 6 months
"Colours and activities capture interest immediately." - Parents of boy aged 2
- Provides multi-sensory stimulation
- Develops hand-eye coordination
- Encourages creativity
What our experts think
The 3 Stage Activity Centre supports and engages little ones with sound, colour and shapes, encouraging them to explore and build their dexterity and hand-eye coordination. Our testers were fascinated by it and were very excited to find they could sit and swivel easily in the chair!
The toys really fostered their curiosity as they tried to work out what everything did. This is great for developing an understanding of things like cause and effect – e.g. I press the piano and it makes a musical sound. Our adult testers liked the longevity of the activity centre – the fact it can be turned into a chalkboard table means it can be used right up to toddler stage, providing extra entertainment value and development opportunities.
- Brands: Skip Hop
- Key Features:
- No batteries required
- Toy Types: Baby Toys
- Types of skills developed: Cognitive
Colour, shape and pattern recognition
Core stability & balance
Fine motor skills
Gross motor skills
Listening and attention
Logic, strategy & problem solving
Personal, social & emotional development
Physical & motor skills
Pincer grip and writing
Speech, language and communication skills