If you haven't heard of Tiny Love, the much-loved developmental toy brand, it's time to explore their fantastic range of products. We are especially excited about the launch of its fun-filled Gymini Kick & Play.

Inspiring babies’ natural progression in a whimsical farm environment, the Gymini features 18 stimulating developmental activities including a clever response pad, designed to promote important milestones such as motor skills, visual and auditory cognition and senses.

Featuring three ways to play, watch little one’s eyes light up as they explore with their Tiny Farm friends.

Open-Side Option
Creates a spacious area for baby to engage with the Gymini’s tactile toys.
Closed-Side Option
Great for extended tummy time, parents can get peace of mind when baby is in closed boarder mode.

Sit and Play Option
Ideal for developing toddlers, the Gymini’s arches can be removed to form a larger play area.

We came across many play mats for babies, but this one in particular draw our attention because it offers array of baby-friendly features. Encouraging exploration and discovery, the Gymini’s Kick & Play features include:

Adjustable arches for multiple play modes
Responsive pad with lights & music (hands + feet)
Playful toys including a cow wind chime, crinkly peek-a-boo sun and jumpy rabbit toy
Carrot teether & peek-a-boo pocket
Sunflower teether & leaf
Mirror for extended tummy time
Machine washable activity mat

The Dual-Sided Electronic Response Pad

The Tiny Farm Gymini Kick & Play features an engaging response pad that encourages baby to further their understanding of cause and effect through lights and music. Kick & Play mode is for baby’s feet and Tap & Play mode for baby’s hands. Strengthening leg, arm and upper body muscles, the clever pad prepares baby for milestones such as rolling over and crawling.

Apr 26, 2020

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