Art Cards for Baby - Woodland Collection
Babies are fascinated with black and white designs. Right from the start, our cards begin to aid in a baby's cognitive and visual perception because, with developing vision, they are able to see the high contrast pictures. Babies love our Art Cards — from day one they can grab the attention of a newborn. These cards grow with your child as the shapes come together to form patterns, whole images, inspire tummy time activities, and later become flash cards of their animal pals.
Our hand illustrated nature themed Art Cards for Baby are the perfect way to start teaching kids a love for art, design, and the natural world. Each card is two sided with a white on black side and a black on white side, for a unique visual experience with the simple flip of a card.
The six adorable animals in this Woodland themed set include a Fox, Hedgehog, Raccoon, Deer, Owl, and Bear. Each card measures 5"x7" inches and is printed using environmentally-friendly soy based ink on sturdy cardboard with rounded corners. They feature a matte finish surface that can be wiped clean with a lightly dampened cloth and dried.
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She used to cry during diaper changes..now I have these taped on the wall by her head and she stopped crying immediately
Got these for my newborn for tummy time. Such great quality and feel. Looking to getting more to have a complete collection.
At first I thought it was a bit pricey, but it became totally worth it seeing my baby with them. These cards hold her attention for a long period of time. Baby is now almost four months, but I used them for tracking early on (2-3 months). I guess its true that babies are only in black and white at first. She really only liked and focused on her black and white toys and cards. These cards seem safe too. Highly recommend these!
Ive bought two sets of these over the years and they were so fun to grab the attention of my newborns. The contrast color really helps them see the cards and its a great little activity for time between naps.
These cards are amazing. I hung mine above his changing table. You can use some ribbon laying around and some command hooks like I did with clothespins. Now he went from crying to absolutely loving diaper changes. Plus he have social hour learning animal noises. Placing them in the crib I felt was too distracting for him because he wouldn't want to sleep. He kept looking at the cards and studying them while giggling. Chsnging table creativeness is the way to go!