Sassy Wonder Wheel Activity Center
- Spinning center pieces provide a higher level of visual tracking and strengthen fine motor skills
- Colorful beads trapped within the clear structure allows baby to connect the sound to sight
- Multiple texture points encourage tactile exploration
- Suction cup base attaches to solid surfaces for frustration-free play
- Colors may vary
From the manufacturer
Capture baby’s attention with the spinning wheel, cascading beads and bright colors of the Sassy Wonder Wheel! The spinning wheel encourages baby to reach, tug, and bat, strengthening hand-eye coordination. Trapped within the clear structure are colorful beads, which help baby connect the sound to sight. The spinning center pieces provide a higher level of visual tracking and strengthen fine motor skills. The wonder wheel has multiple texture points, encouraging baby’s tactile exploration. Plus, the suction cup base attaches to flat surfaces such as high chairs and table tops for frustration-free play.
From the Manufacturer
As baby bats at this Wonder wheel by Sassy, it spins easily, and multiple colored textures blend together for visual stimulation. Center spinners fascinate little fingers with patterns on one side and mirrors on the other. Perfect for high chairs, as the wheel base has a suction cup to hold it in place for baby. Appropriate for babies 6 plus months.
I read through the reviews and noticed a lot of people had a hard time with the wheel sticking to highchairs and etc. Until I read a review that someone used a baby wipe on the bottom and it stuck. I thought “I could do that” and purchased it. Well, when I received the wheel it was even better than I expected with all the little beads in it that make noise when it spins. It’s not loud OR annoying as I would have thought and it is OH so colorful and easy for babies to focus on. I didn’t use the baby wipe at first and it came off after one or two spins so I tried to wipe the bottom and pushed it down on her high chair tray and on it stuck. I didn’t even remove it when I took the tray off and it still stayed. After about 12 hours it did come off but that’s no biggie. My 4 month old baby didn’t like it at first but I turned my back and heard the noise of the little hoops on the bottom being played with and sure enough I turned around and she was spinning the wheel slowly and playing with the little spinners on the inside of the wheel. It occupied her for about 20 minutes which was a record of any toy I had bought. I usually use it for putting her in the highchair and allowing me to walk away for a bathroom break or to eat dinner without a baby in my lap and it really does it’s job, I love, love love it.