BabiesMart Tummy Time Water Play Mat Sensory Mat for Baby Play & Development

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Specifications: Two sizes to choose from Large Water Mat (66 x 50 cm) or an Extra Large Water Mat (101 x 80 cm) Phthalate Free Made of Eco-friendly PVC Material Non - toxic 5 Bright Colour Toys inside the mat Best Way for Tummy Time  Place baby on our inflatable water mat. It’s full of textures and colours for them to discover. Best Baby Gym Mat Designed for babies and toddlers and comes with a large number of toys that help keep your child engaged and happy during tummy time sessions Tummy time is important because it helps babies get stronger and learn to sit up. Babies need to practice sitting up on their own before they're ready to roll over. Tummy time also helps babies relax and calm down when they're upset. Some experts recommend starting tummy time at about 3 months old. But if you'd like to try it earlier, there's nothing wrong with doing it sooner! The baby play mat helps them elevate while sleeping and allows them to move around. It also gives them a chance to practice sitting up! Perfect Tummy Time Mat BabiesMart Baby playmat helps babies get comfortable with their environment. A playmat that provides fun activities for babies is a great investment because it allows parents to spend quality time together while helping their children grow. Babies love to explore their surroundings and interact with toys. Fun and Engaging Baby Activity Gyms This is an exciting toy for babies because it provides hours of fun and entertainment. When your baby gets older they will enjoy playing with all the different textures and shapes on the mat.  Perfect for Aussie Baby BabiesMart water splash pad play mat is constructed from Phthalate Free Heavy Duty Pvc that has been thoroughly tested and will Not Leak air or water. Stimulates Overall Baby Development BabiesMart water fill playmat is an essential tool for developing solid head, neck, shoulder muscles, back, legs, hips, arms, and hands as well as honing hand-eye coordination fine motor and social skills It is a sensory delight that enhances brain development. Safe for All Ages Babiesmart water splash pad is designed specifically for children under 2 years of age. We recommend using a towel underneath the mat to prevent slipping and keep your child safe from getting wet. Stunning Eye-catching Bright colours Watch as your baby enters our fish tank Wonderland wide-eyed and Fascinated by the bright colours sharp contrasts and cute floating toys Rain or shine is tummy time. Your baby will try to catch and bat the brightly coloured toys as they float This baby splash pad will provide hours of quality stimulating and healthy fun. Easy to use Fill the outer ring with air and the inner mat with your desired level of tap water set it on the floor and let the fun begin It folds easily when emptied into your purse or toy bag to bring along anywhere you go. It's normal to have a plastic smell when it's brand new so let it air out for a few days Safe for All Ages Babiesmart water splash pad is designed specifically for children under 2 years of age. We recommend using a towel underneath the mat to prevent slipping and keep your child safe from getting wet. Is Tummy time necessary? Babies need to spend some time lying down each day. It helps with their physical development by building strength in their head, necks, arms, and shoulders and helps them develop coordination. Baby tummy time is when your baby lies on their back and is then placed on their stomach for a short period. You can even start stomach time the day you bring home your baby from the hospital by lying the baby on your chest. Start with a few minutes a few times per day. As your baby grows, it’ll be able to stay on its stomach for a longer period. Remember, you should supervise the baby at all times during tummy time. And only do tummy time when your baby is awake. Babies should always sleep on their backs to decrease the risk of sudden infant death syndrome (SIDS). What are the benefits of tummy time? Tummy time is important for a baby’s development. Some of its benefits include: It helps develop strong neck and shoulder muscles Promotes gross motor skills It can help prevent the flat head syndrome It helps the baby build up the strength needed for rolling over, sitting up, crawling, and eventually walking How to do Tummy Time Tummy time is an important milestone for babies because it helps them get comfortable with moving around independently. Babies should spend about 10 minutes a day on their stomachs. Try starting with 3 to 5 minutes a day. Gradually increase by several minutes each day. You can start by placing your baby on their belly on a blanket or mat on a hard surface like a table or countertop. As they get older, try putting your baby on their back while lying on a mattress or pillow. If your baby likes to nurse while lying on their back, you can use a nursing pillow. Place the pillow on a blanket on the ground, then lay your baby on their stomach over the pillow, with both hands supporting their head and neck. Your baby should be facing you. If your baby falls asleep while laying on their back, reposition them so that they are face-up instead. You can also play with your baby when they're awake. Play peekaboo, sing songs together, or just talk to them. This will help your baby develop language skills, too. How much tummy time do babies need by age? Newborns may tolerate tummy time for only 1 to 2 minutes at first. As your baby grows, you can increase tummy time. By the time your baby is 5 to 6 months old, they’ll likely be rolling from front to back. Then they’ll roll back to the front and may even be able to push up to a sitting position on their own. You can still give them opportunities for tummy time after they’ve reached these developmental stages. Tummy time can help them continue to develop muscles needed for: Sitting for long periods Crawling Walking How to make time for tummy time? It’s important to make time for tummy time each day. You can try to fit it in after you bathe your little one or after a diaper change. You may want to avoid tummy time immediately after eating, though. For some babies, laying on their tummy when it’s full may disrupt digestion — and this could lead to gas or spit-up. Other babies, however, seem to pass gas more easily on their tummies. The younger baby is when you start tummy time, the better. This lets them get used to it. Even in the hospital, you can place a baby on its tummy on your chest, supporting its neck the whole time. When you get home from the hospital, find quiet moments throughout your day for some tummy time. You can also lie or sit on the floor next to them and make faces or read them a board book. Warnings and Please NOTE In rare cases, tummy time may not be safe, such as if a baby: was born prematurely has a disability or mental health condition has reflux disease  If you aren’t sure whether tummy time is right for your little one, talk with your baby’s pediatrician. They can give you safe recommendations for tummy time. It is mandatory to be with the baby at all times when using the tummy time water play mat and ensure active adult supervision at all times. Do not leave children or babies unsupervised in or around the tummy time water mat. There is an increased risk of suffocation if the product is not used as intended. At BabiesMart we care about the safety of babies first, as a result, every product undergoes a rigorous quality check and all the Australian standards, safety and procedure are followed. <!-- .embed-container { position: relative; padding-bottom: 56.25%; height: 0; overflow: hidden; max-width: 100%; } .embed-container iframe, .embed-container object, .embed-container embed { position: absolute; top: 0; left: 0; width: 100%; height: 100%; } -->
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