Tiny Love Tiny Smart Eli & Elsie Elephant Rattle Baby Toy - 00545

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Dimensions Table

Package Type Units Per Height Width Weight Cubic UPC
Each 1
6.0 in.
15.24 cm.
7.0 in.
17.78 cm.
0.2 lb.
0.09 g.
0.17 ft.
Inner Pack 6
5.51 in.
14.0 cm.
8.27 in.
21.01 cm.
1.5 lb.
0.68 g.
0.32 ft.
0.01 m.
Case 72
17.32 in.
43.99 cm.
17.13 in.
43.51 cm.
21.61 lb.
9.8 g.
4.26 ft.
0.12 m.
Imperial in., ft., lb.
Metric cm., m., g.
  • Rattle
  • Jitter
  • Crinkly ears
  • 0m+
Social smile appears at around 6-8 weeks of age, so when your baby is around 2 months old, they may smile back at a smiling face (or take a little longer to reach that milestone). The smiling expression of Eli Elephant, combined with the jittery feature and crinkly ears help heighten baby's senses. As a newborn, hold the elephant in your hand at 10-12 inches away from baby's face, and allow baby to observe it. After a few months, your baby will reach out with their hand - at first, randomly, and gradually, with purpose - and bats at the toy, causing it to swing and make pleasing sounds. This effect is captivating and encourages them to try again. Once beyond 4 months, as your baby's grasp reflex disappears, control of their hands improves, allowing them to reach out confidently to bat the toy or grasp it for further exploration.
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