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Category: Sensory Integration Activity

Neobaby 3 Spin 'n Grin (Model 6702)

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Neobaby 3 Spin 'N Grin, model 6702, is a sensory integration activity designed to stimulate the mental and physical development of babies with physical, cognitive, neurological, and visual disabilities. Made of plastic, Spin 'N Grin is a spinning toy shaped like a flying saucer with a large spinner on the top, two eyes, two big plastic ears, and a plastic tail. By spinning all or part of the toy, including the body, ears, and tail, children are encouraged to strengthen large muscle groups. Focusing on colorful beads as they spin around the top of the toy also helps improve concentration. For more fun, children can flip the toy over to look at themselves in a baby-safe mirror as they spin three large balls. COLOR: The base is white and purple with black eyes. The tail is bright yellow. One ear is bright yellow with small dark blue dots. The other ear is bright yellow with one large red dot. The spinner is dark green. The beads that spin around the top of the toy are mult-colored. The three spinning balls on the bottom of the toy are purple and yellow, blue and green, and red with white dots.

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04/23/2003
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Neobaby 3 Spin 'n Grin (Model 6702)

Made By:

Tomy Corporation
Tomy Corporation Organization Type: 
Manufacturer
Address: 
3 MacArthur Place, Suite 950
92707 Santa Ana , CA United States
Email address: sales@tomy-usa.com
Fax: 949-955-1037
California US
Phone (U.S. and Canada): 
949-955-1030
Web Address: 
http://www.tomy.com
Tags: 
Controls, Vocational Management, Therapeutic Aids, Blind & Low Vision, Recreation, Personal Care, Computers, Wheeled Mobility
 
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