Babies love back & white!
Did you know that newborns can only see as far as 15 inches away? That’s only about the length of an average grown-up’s forearm and hand. Because of their still-developing eyes, babies are drawn to repeating geometric shapes, especially those in black and white. Exposure to patterns and shapes help to strengthen babies eyes and give them a great foundation to grow and thrive.
That being said, babies grow and develop quick! They are able to start recognizing animals at six months — first by form, then by name — while simultaneously developing their motor skills & coordination, problem solving all at once! From alphabet cards to stacking toys to building blocks and activity pads, Wee Gallery produces a wide array of developmental tools & toys to help keep up with the newest member of the family as they grow.
More than just a line of beautiful toys, these products are specifically dedicated to the development of babies and toddlers up to 5 years old, when little eyes and little minds are still in those initial, important stages of development. Together, founders Surya Sajnani and Dave Pinto have multidisciplinary backgrounds inducing graphic design, teaching, zoology, & botany that aided them in crafting a visually stimulating world for their, and now thousands of, children.
Utilizing organic cotton, soy inks, & FSC Certified cardstock, Wee Gallery is intentional with their materials to be kind both to the babies and the planet. Their product line, while quite varied, has consistent wildlife motif that is explored in various different forms. Immerse the littleuns in the forest with woodland creatures, in the ocean with whales dolphins, or into the jungle where lemurs and iguanas roam around, all while learning the alphabet, practicing motor skills, and problem solving.
We all know how critical the first few years of life are for young ones- the things babies are exposed to in these years shape their development for their entire lives and Wee Gallery is here to help along the way.