Baby/New Mom

Toy Tuesday: Mirror Play with Baby

December 11, 2012

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Looking for something fun to do with your baby? Try grabbing a mirror and letting her gaze at her reflection for a little while, because babies love to look and learn from faces. She won’t recognize herself quite yet (that usually happens around 9 months) but she will learn to focus on images and follow them as they move. She also will see all the expressions and things her face can do. To make it more fun you can get into the mirror with her and make silly expressions that she will eventually try to imitate. You can also point to her eyes, nose, mouth, etc. and teach her the names. Interacting with mom or dad while having mirror play provides baby social and emotional benefits. These non-toxic mirrors are perfect for tummy-time fun.

B. Toys Looky Looky Crawl Along Mirror

  • Looky looky, this rolling mirror’s funky! Bursting with colors and rolling with fun features, this baby mirror toy rolls across the floor and always stays upright
  • Just roll with it! The 2 sturdy and funky wheels offer great stability; one wheel rattles with beads, while the other one wows with a spiral design and a soft chime
  • Baby gets to watch himself as he goes – perfect to get them moving and crawling!
  • Made of non-toxic plastic – BPA and phthalate free
  • Packaging is recyclable and is made with recycled materials with soy-based inks

Sassy Floor & Crib Mirror


  • Large safety mirror with a true reflection allows baby to focus
  • Textural caterpillar and ladybug offer touch exploration
  • High-contrast ball that newborns can bat at
  • Symmetrical bee inspires vision and encourages touch
  • Easel back supports mirror on floor and elastic straps provide easy attachment to crib

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1 Comment

  • Reply Shobita October 14, 2016 at 11:54 am

    Hi.. What a thoughtful and well researched set of lists. The thought of a tummy time mirror being toxic never crossed my mind. Keep up the good work and keep it coming.

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