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It’s hard to say, before babies learn to speak, what they’re thinking about. We know that early on, their main priorities are milk, sleep, and avoiding discomfort. And thanks to some clever scientists, we know that babies enjoy gazing at high-contrast art with repeated patterns, like the friendly black-and-white animals on the Wee Gallery Art Cards for Baby.
These stylish animal drawings are printed on thick, heavy 5” x 7” flash cards with matte lamination, making them easy to see and difficult to destroy (which will come in handy when older babies want to hold the art cards themselves). To amuse your baby, hold a Wee Gallery Art Card up where he can see it and tell him the animal’s name. Make some animal noises to elicit giggles, and watch him carefully examine the details of the picture. Suitable for use from birth onwards.
Our son is fascinated by the Wee Gallery art cards for baby. He will spend hours looking at them and turning them over. We love that this is a game he can learn with as we are not allowing him any electronics or television for the first two years. We talk to him about the pictures on the cards and his reactions are the best part.