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Baby Einstein - Contrast Critters

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Baby Einstein: Contrast Critters – Finger Puppets

These little toys are made for little eyes. Did you know your baby’s developing vision can see high contrast objects best? Baby Einstein’s Contrast Critters put the power of playtime right at your fingertips. As you move your fingers up, down and all around, your little one’s eyes are sure to follow. Baby sees best in black and white and with the high-contrast design, she’ll be encouraged to keep her eye on every wiggle and shake. She’ll even reach and grab to get her little hands on those adorable animals!


  • Puppet pals are a great way to engage baby in early co-play
  • Rattle sounds delight baby & encourage auditory perception
  • Baby will love reaching and grasping the puppet pals
  • Encourages baby's vision and focus

Suitable for ages 6m & up

Release date NZ
November 15th, 2018
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