The Wimmer-Ferguson Crinkle Tiger centers on the value of play with tactile and sensory toys in childhood development. This ultra-soft boa polyester fabric has high-contrast black + white graphics with a soft blue-green backing that helps stimulate little one's senses of sight, sound, and touch. Baby will love grasping and squeezing the fabric covered crinkle sheet, creating some cause and effect learning and soothing entertainment. Wimmer-Ferguson toy graphics and designs are based on scientific research of visual development in early infancy.
- BLACK AND WHITE DEVELOPMENTAL TOYS: From Manhattan Toy’s award winning Wimmer-Ferguson infant collection - the original innovator of black and white developmental toys. The patterns of all Wimmer-Ferguson products adapt to baby's changes in visual development by featuring a range of design complexity and color, inspired by laboratory research.
- CRINKLE TIGER BABY SENSORY TOY DETAIL: Centering on the value of play with tactile and sensory toys in childhood development, the Wimmer-Ferguson Crinkle Tiger baby toy with tags is produced with ultra-soft boa polyester fabric with high-contrast black and white graphics, soft blue-green backing and internal crinkle film that helps stimulate little one's senses of sight, sound, and touch.
- MADE FOR LITTLE HANDS: The soft and flexible Crinkle Tiger Baby Sensory Toy is a suitable baby toy for newborns where little curious hands can explore the tiger's tactile qualities, engage use of fine motor skills and experience cause and effect learning; fabric baby toy measures approximately 4.5" x 10.25."
- VISUALLY APPEALING HIGH CONTRAST TOY FOR INFANTS: Professional research has shown that newborns are more attracted to high-contrast patterns than to color or brightness alone. The Crinkle Tiger Baby Sensory Toy was designed for this purpose, encouraging baby to learn pattern recognition from the start.
- WIMMER-FERGUSON COLLECTION BY MANHATTAN TOY: The developmental toys for babies and infants in the Wimmer-Ferguson collection encourage eye-hand coordination, gross motor activity, self-awareness, sense of object permanence and experience with cause and effect.