What It IsIt's never too early to begin your child's creative education. Just give them a crayon or anything and watch them go. Of course, handling those may not be really easy for the youngest kids who don't have the coordination or the fine motor skills yet. That's where Crayola Beginnings can help. These products inspire babies 6-36 months to express themselves with age-appropriate creative activities designed especially for them. Even babies too young to hold a "grown-up" crayon can use their natural motions to manipulate color, which helps them develop important motor skills, as well as give them a first experience making something all by themselves.
Have a colorful, poppin' good time with the Crayola Beginnings Color Tumbler. The Color Tumbler combines a classic ball-popper toy with the unexpected surprise of changing colors! Round and round and round they go, ribbons of color on a rotating pole. Pressing and releasing the smiley face top sets the Color Tumbler twirling. As red, yellow, and blue balls bounce and tumble behind tinted windows, they "magically" change colors! This is great for reinforcing cause and effect, as well as developing a child's hand-eye coordination. The push-and-pull motion also helps develop babies' gross motor skills.