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Lamaze Spin & Explore Garden Gym

by Lamaze

Price: $56.98 & FREE Shipping
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  • Provides an innovative and fun platform that encourages exploration
  • Develops upper body strength and lower leg development
  • Unique shape and rotating motion
  • Play mat can be enjoyed after "tummy time" has passed
  • From birth and above
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Product Information

Technical Details
Item Weight2 pounds
Product Dimensions17.3 x 14.1 x 6.2 inches
OriginUSA
UPC796714271002
Item model numberLC27100
Target genderUnisex
Batteries requiredNo
  
Additional Information
ASINB000I2MRHE
Best Sellers Rank #26,025 in Baby (See top 100)
Shipping Weight3.3 pounds (View shipping rates and policies)
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Product Description

Product Description

The Spin & Explore Garden Gym introduces a new format for one of the key developmental phases of a newborn.

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Designed for use from birth up to 24 months, the award-winning Lamaze Spin and Explore Garden Gym introduces a new format for tummy time, one of the key developmental phases of a newborn. Developed in conjunction with pediatricians and child development experts from Yale University, this colorful mat encourages baby to spin and explore the world on their tummy, which helps them develop the muscle strength necessary for sitting up and crawling.

The Lamaze Spin and Explore Garden Gym:
  • Features rotating, removable platform that encourages tummy time play and exploration
  • Helps develop both lower and upper body strength
  • Prepares baby for sitting up and crawling


Remove the bolster and the Garden Gym make a great play mat. View larger.
Enjoy Tummy Time With Your Little One
Tummy time is an important developmental activity for newborns. During the first months of life, babies learn how to move their bodies and gain the necessary physical strength for rolling over, sitting up, and crawling. Besides the physical benefits of tummy time, giving your infant playtime on his belly will help minimize any flat spots on his head that may have come from sleeping on his back.

The Spin and Explore offers both you and your baby a soft and safe space to make tummy time a pleasurable part of everyday activities. Baby can gently and comfortably spin around on her tummy, stretching and strengthening her upper and lower body while enjoying lots of squeaky, crinkly, tactile fun. After your baby can sit up on her own, you can remove the spinner and let her take advantage of the other visually and physically stimulating features, like the peek-a-boo leaf flap and mirror.

Fun, Innovative Design
Winner of Redbook's "Hottest Toys of the 2007 Holiday Season," and a Toy Insider 2007 Top 20 pick, the Spin and Explore provides an innovative platform with a unique shape and rotating motion to encourage exploration and give babies the confidence they need to try new things. As his coordination grows, baby is more likely to want to attempt new skills--like twirling around on his tummy to visit his garden pals for tactile play, interaction that motivates him to hold his head up, use his legs, and spin on his stomach.

The Spin and Explore can be used with or without the platform and also includes little loops to attach other toys to the play mat. It measures 28.0 x 5.5 x 28.0 inches (WxHxD) and comes with a garden-theme play mat, spinning platform, and ladybug platform cover. It also includes a 90 day limited warranty.



The Red Bird pulls out of his nest and squeaks!

Baby will love seeing her self in the mirror.

Peek-a-boo leaf flap with crinkle will delight baby.

Tethered bee rattles.

3-D butterfly wings with crinkle.
About Learning Curve
The creative force behind hundreds of award-winning toys, Learning Curve created the Lamaze Infant Development System by working in tandem with parents, babies, and childhood experts. Learning Curve understands that what matters most to parents is keeping their children healthy, happy, and safe. The company's goal is to help parents do just that by offering products for every stage of a child's development--from feeding to playing to sleeping. Learning Curve's thoroughly researched developmental toys engage children, and provide parents with peace of mind. And their care, safety, feeding and soothing products give you solutions to day-to-day needs at mealtime, bedtime, at home and on-the-go.


What's in the Box
Garden-theme play mat, spinning platform, and ladybug platform cover.



Customer Questions & Answers

Customer Reviews

He cried most times I put him on it.
Luckyl8dybug`1
The mat is way too small, when she was on the spinner in the middle her head extended almost all the way out past the edge.
ziggyzabel
He's ok -not great- with tummy time and I was hoping this would help.
J. Adelman

Most Helpful Customer Reviews

94 of 98 people found the following review helpful By N. Privette on November 2, 2007
The 'idea' of this product seems perfect - baby is cradled by a "saddle" on a turntable that allows him to develop the neck and back strength he needs to crawl. Sounds great on paper, but in practice this thing was like a torture device for my little one. It seems to me that there is a very small window of time when the saddle would be useful and safe for baby. It's that time after he has the considerable neck and back strength to maintain the position - arms extended straight down and locked, head lifted high and steady, and legs extended straight back - but before he is able to crawl. If your baby can do what the baby in the picture for this product can do, he will literally be crawling within a couple of weeks, if he isn't already, and he will spend most of his time trying to wriggle off of the thing. But what if your baby hasn't reached that point yet and still needs to put his head down every few seconds? It flops over the front of the saddle, straining baby's neck and back. When I figured that out, I immediately packed this back up and took it back to the store. The playmat can be used without the saddle, but I was unimpressed with that as well. The felt-like material attracted every little piece of dust and pet hair in our home like a magnet. I'm not sure what this accomplishes that a simple tummy-time pillow under baby's chest would not - and the pillow is a lot safer, less expensive and more comfortable for baby.
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29 of 30 people found the following review helpful By Tracy L. Chalker on July 6, 2007
This toy is a good idea, sort of. My daughter loved, and still plays with, the matt itself. But as a GERD baby (throws up a lot) the spin toy didnt meet her approval. For one, it was a bit hard to lay on. Also, the curved bug - although cute - was either too long when she was at the target age for learning what its designed for, or too small for her body once she got long enough to fit. *She is 6 months old and 17lbs now*. I would put her in it every day, and she would scream until she would vomit. More, the bug's antanee would get in her eyes. Once she got used to it, she still didnt find it very entertaining.

On the whole, I think its a good idea that needed more work. Its cute, the matt is still very useful, but the spinner in our house just sits in the corner, or holds toys. Maybe it will come in handy later but for now its not being used for what it was intended.

As always, your results may vary - but if your child doesnt like laying on their face, this toy may not help that in my opinion.
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22 of 24 people found the following review helpful By Laura C. Wiggins on April 6, 2007
My newborn hated tummy time on the floor. Would lay his head down and just cry, just like my daughter had. I bought the lamaze spin and explore, and he loved it. Within days, he could hold his head all the way up for minutes at a time, and now that he is four months old, he spins himself around playing with the different toys attached. Great buy!
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13 of 15 people found the following review helpful By Caroline's Mommy on May 25, 2007
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I read about this product in a parenting magazine and immediately decided to purchase it. I looked on several web sites and read many reviews before coming to Amazon to buy. This is one of the top 3 purchases I've made for my child!!! Before this little item came along my daughter would scream in frustration during tummy time and become almost inconsolable if we tried it for more than 2 minutes. I did every conceivable thing to make tummy time better for her with no luck. The moment I put her on the spinner she was interested and alert, NO CRYING!
Naturally we started slowly with 5 minute intervals and have been working our time up but the fact that there are no more tears of frustration makes this thing worth it's weight in gold.
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6 of 6 people found the following review helpful By R. Podkovik on May 13, 2007
My baby loves this new gadget which makes tummy time a fun activity. We started using it at 3 month and he was able to hold his head up for a minute at first, but I guess it strengthen his neck muscle pretty well because he is able to enjoy it for at least 5 to 10 minutes at 4 month. Kids that young only spin themselves accidentely, but he loved the bright colors and the cringing sound of the fabric his hands touch. He also loves when I spin him around. I can't wait to see when he will discover that he can do it by himself. I would recomend this toy, and since two parts are detachable, you can use a mat by itself for senses explorations.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Kimberly Bongers on December 12, 2007
My 3 month old little girl was getting a flat side on her head and hated doing tummy time to correct it. I thought this toy was great to help her do tummy time and gave her new toys to play with. I also think it helped build neck and head control.
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4 of 4 people found the following review helpful By Linda Reynolds on May 13, 2007
I ordered this for my Grandchild who is now 4 months old and his parents tell me he loves it. It keeps him busy, its good quality . I would reccommend this item .
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5 of 6 people found the following review helpful By B. Pasternack on May 24, 2007
We received the garden gym as a gift and loved it instantly. Even though it was a little early, I would place my 3 week old on it and just spin her around, playing with each item. The fact that it was an "activity" and she didn't cry made it an instant hit in our house. Now that she is almost four months old, she is enjoying it even more. Its a great alternative to an activity mat, as the babies can actually see the colors and toys, while the "potato chip" spinner allows them to see a variety of things as opposed to being stuck with one vision. I will definately buy this gift for all of my friends who have new babies.
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