Our sensory strip provides perfect stimulation for in the pram and tummy time, featuring Keith Haring's striking 'Baby' (newborn-4 month print) and 'Brazil" artwork (5+ months) in soft organic cotton with a comfy padded fill.
Keith Haring's art has been expertly scaled and recolored by our consultant orthoptist specifically to support babies' visual and cognitive development throughout their first year.
Simply attach round the edge of your baby's pram for calm and developmental journeys, or stand it up in front of them during tummy time - as the pattern will encourage your baby to use their back, neck and shoulder muscles (helping them prepare for rolling and crawling) as they try to push up to make more sense of the print before them. Don't forget to flip to 'Brazil' as your baby reaches 5 months old.
Comes beautifully presented to make the perfect gift too.
Size: 35in x 5.9in with tie tags for secure attachment.
Made from: Outer – Organic cotton. Inner: Polyester padding
Machine washable to make your life easier.
The Lullaby Trust recommend a clear crib for baby's first year to reduce the risk of SIDS. Please do not use this product as a crib bumper.
Babies are born with the receptor cells to detect color, but they are still immature
This product is absolutely amazing my little boy loves it . Perfect for in his pram and on a play mat. We currently using the black and white and can’t wait to change over to colour and let my little boy explore them . Would recommend to every new mum , will definitely be placing another order
ETTA LOVES x KEITH HARING SENSORY STRIP - reversible newborn to 4 months / 5+ months
My little boy loves the Keith Haring bumper in his pram!
The colors are vibrant and the black and white draws the infant's attention. Very good product. Love that it is reversible so we can use if for a long time. Keith Haring fan.
This was a present for my daughter who loves Keith Haring and is expecting her first baby in March. She was absolutely delighted with her gift and looks forward to introducing her new born to the delights of Keith Haring