Grapat Natural Rattle Chain- This perceptive game is intended to be hung up. It improves visual development and depth perception. Children look at the rattle and try to touch it, which results in the toy moving. Consequently, this provides children with information about space and the cause-effect relationship. This toy is for the forst childhood.
During sensorial awakening in the first months of life, infants try to understand why things happen. They investigate and wonder about the characteristics of different objects: the infants look at them, touch them, lick them, throw them away, sniff them, etc. The bells can remind us of a rattle, a toy that has been present in our culture and all over the world for thousands of years.