Lay and play format create a sensory playground for little babies. Babies are surrounded by visually stimulating toys that encourage visual development. The hanging activities toys also encourage early fine and gross motors skills as babies begin to reach, bat, grab, and kick at interesting toys. These motions make toys sway, jingle, and rattle, which create more visual and auditory stimulation;
Ball pit format creates a fun zone for busy toddlers. At this stage, little ones can move around within the pit and have fun putting the balls and activity toys through the strategically placed holes around the mosh pit. It is a great space and opportunity for parents to continue to build their child’s descriptive language and objection recognition through play;
Sit and play format combines arch activity play with ball pit format. In this format, babies can continue to build on fine and gross motor skills as well as acquire new skills like early object and color recognition, and basic problem-solving.