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Packaging Details Baby Play Mats 5 in 1 Baby Activity Mat Baby Kick And Play Piano Gym 1.Kick play time up a notch with this deluxe gym featuring five light-up piano keys, a repositionable toy arch, and four musical settings that keep your little one rocking out for years.

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When your baby starts to actually kick, stretching the limbs out during the initial weeks all you might feel is flutter or just a swishing feeling in your abdomen.Baby will love the 6 linkable toys overhead to kick and bat-at - and the soft mat for tummy time play.Great for developing their eye tracking ability, understanding cause and effect (ie. when I kick the balloon moves), concentration and gross motor skills.A fun spot for baby to bounce and play, with 2 music settings and soothing vibrations too.

Once he can roll over, remove the canopy and attach the toys to the mat to extend the fun.

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It becomes a highly interactive playing gym for baby because it is finely interesting to keep around.

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Movable toys on the overhead gym encourage baby to bat and grasp.Kicks activate the caterpillar piano to light up and play more than 20 minutes of classical music.

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