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Melissa & Doug - Peek-a-Boo Panda


Plan peekaboo with your baby with this wooden panda baby toy!

Hear the click and clack as its paws flap up to cover the cheerful face, then push them down again to say, "Hello!" Even babies can bring about a big visual change with just a simple motion, so they're encouraged to keep exploring as fine motor skills grow naturally.

Made with select hardwood and child-safe dyes, First Play Peek-a-Boo Panda makes a heartwarming baby gift.

Child Development Areas:

Object Permanence - Playing peek-a-boo with your baby will help develop object permanence, which is a part of early learning. Object permanence is an understanding that objects and events continue to exist, even when they cannot directly be seen, heard, or touched. Visual stimulation Social and Emotional Gross Motor Skills  

Suitable from 9 Months +

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Melissa & Doug - Peek-a-Boo Panda

Plan peekaboo with your baby with this wooden panda baby toy!

Hear the click and clack as its paws flap up to cover the cheerful face, then push them down again to say, "Hello!" Even babies can bring about a big visual change with just a simple motion, so they're encouraged to keep exploring as fine motor skills grow naturally.

Made with select hardwood and child-safe dyes, First Play Peek-a-Boo Panda makes a heartwarming baby gift.

Child Development Areas:

Object Permanence - Playing peek-a-boo with your baby will help develop object permanence, which is a part of early learning. Object permanence is an understanding that objects and events continue to exist, even when they cannot directly be seen, heard, or touched.
Visual stimulation
Social and Emotional
Gross Motor Skills
 

Suitable from 9 Months +

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