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TTS, leading supplier of award-winning educational and teaching resources to Primary and Early Years settings have designed a new range of black and white resources for babies. Offered for sale in their new 2012 catalogue the range is designed to offer distinctive black and white patterns and shapes that will engage babies. Designed to support a baby’s developmental needs during these vital early stages, this extensive range is not only educationally sound but practical. It also forms the basis to transform a room.
It is widely acknowledged that much of the world remains a blur for the initial months of a baby’s life. They are often only able to distinguish strong contrasts, hence the reason for the black and white range. It is thought that the stark difference between dark and light attracts babies and sends strong visual signals to a baby’s brain. The new black and white range of resources are designed to create a stimulating yet comforting environment for new borns. Included in the range there are cosy cushions, tactile carpets, balls etc. Whilst great for young babies they are designed to also be used with older infants.
Developed from a customer idea the Baby Black and White Mat (EY03254) is a wonderful velvety texture, designed to stimulate the senses. Priced at £31.95, the Baby Black and White Mat has bold images and patterns designed to engage with really young children, whilst the ribbons around the edges can easily be manipulated.
A fabulous addition to any Baby Room is the Black and White Baby Canopy (FU05657). The net has been selected to be soft for little hands, whilst the shimmery voile strips give a good contrast against the white. Priced at £49.95 it can be easily secured to a ceiling where the height can easily be adjusted.
Marketing Manager at TTS, Joanne Salter comments, “We have worked really hard with practitioners and customers to develop this exciting range for babies. We know that babies do have different needs than older children and their development needs are quite specific. The range will suit practitioners and childminders who look after babies on a regular basis. They are very cost-effective resources which make a good use of budget in these times of tighter budgets.”