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The smartest way to soothe sore gums! Bumpy textures, stunning colors, and soft silicone that's a delight to grab, feel, and chew... Not to mention it's smiling right at you! From the fingers to the gums to the eyes to the mind, little ones are in for an illuminative sensory experience the moment they chomp down on the Brain Teether.
Manufacturer: FAT BRAIN TOYS
Availability: In stock

Delivery Available for Delivery


SKU: FA214-4
$8.95
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Brain Teether Details:

  • Soothingly textured teether shaped into the Fat Brain Toys logo
  • Encourages sensory learning, calmness
  • Strong textures are wonderfully soothing for sore gums
  • Available in three bright colors - Blue, orange, or green
  • Includes one Brain Teether
  • BPA-Free - Exceptionally safe for baby
  • Dishwasher safe
  • High quality materials and construction - Lasting durability

Brain Teether Details:

  • Soothingly textured teether shaped into the Fat Brain Toys logo
  • Encourages sensory learning, calmness
  • Strong textures are wonderfully soothing for sore gums
  • Available in three bright colors - Blue, orange, or green
  • Includes one Brain Teether
  • BPA-Free - Exceptionally safe for baby
  • Dishwasher safe
  • High quality materials and construction - Lasting durability

During the first six Months, your babies grow up and develop their skills very quickly. Parents can obviously observe from when babies develop their physical development, especially their fine motor skills. This happens when they try to grab or hold objects. They learn how to control muscles. Moreover, they understand sensory stimulation and express their needs both physical and emotional to parents.

Apppropriate Toys for 0-6 Months

  • Visual Stimulation - Encourage your babies to focus on objects and stimulate their vision development like mobiles and baby gym.
  • Motor Stimulation - Help your babies use for batting, grasping and kicking such as mobiles and baby gyms.
  • Auditory Stimulation - Soothe your babies with gentle sounds using music boxes or rattles irrors.
  • Intellectual Stimulation - Grab your babies’ attention in looking at pictures and listening to other people tell story through using floating baby book or photos book with vivid colors. Encourage you babies to learn about themselves and surroundings such as unbreakable safety mirrors.

Newborn Development:

  • Move to take the form of general reflexes which involve the whole body
  • Get blurry vision and still not good at focusing on objects.
  • Love staying close to familiar adults.
  • Recognize and respond to familiar vision and sounds
  • Cry to communicate.

Month 1 Development

  • Turn their heads while lying on tummies.
  • Grip finger in their palms.
  • Only focus on objects about 8-12 inches away.
  • Become calm when picking them up and speaking with rhythmic or gentle voices.
  • Get startled at loud noises.
  • Watch and follow objects placed in front of their faces, especially the ones with vivid colors.
  • Communicate by smiling, gazing, and crying.
  • Begin to make simple sounds such as "Ooh" and "Aah".

Month 2 Development

  • Hold heads up for a short period of time.
  • Follow nearby large objects with eyes.
  • Enjoy being hugged and cuddled.
  • Smile when being touched or talked with.
  • Follow objects with eyes and recognize people at a distance.
  • Make cooing and gurgling sounds.

Month 3 Development

  • Lift heads and chests up and look both ways when lying on stomachs.
  • Sit only with full support.
  • Attempt to reach for a toy held above their chests.
  • Follow moving objects.
  • Start to babble and mimic sounds they hear.
  • Observe environment by putting stuffs into their mouths.
  • Make eye contact and chuckle in response to people.

Month 4 Development

  • Hold heads steady without support.
  • Begin to creep.
  • Sit with some support.
  • Reach objects with two hands together at body's midline.
  • Put hands in their mouths or out objects from hands to mouths
  • Show anxiety when approached by unfamiliar people.
  • Recognize familiar people and objects at a distance.
  • Babble, express and mimic sounds they hear.

Month 5 Development

  • Hold up heads and shoulders.
  • Sit with hands support.
  • Can slowly hold on to any objects with a single hand.
  • Respond to their own names.
  • Smile at others.
  • Recognize familiar objects and explore objects they're interested in.
  • Babble, express and mimic sounds they hear.

Month 6 Development

  • Scoot, roll or crawl.
  • Roll over side to side.
  • Begin to sit with a little help.
  • Start teething
  • Respond to people’s expressions of emotions
  • Often become joyful.
  • Realize if an object is dropped, it's still there and should be picked up.
  • Make sounds with one-syllable words such as "Ba", "Da", "Ma."
  • Appropriate Toys for 0 to 6 Months

Between the sixth and the twelfth Months, they are known as little explorers who are always curious. They are motivated to explore the world by crawling around and grabbing objects within their reach. Their surroundings are very attractive for them as they are eager to find new discovery. They love making sounds while sitting on the floor. Sucking and biting toys are also their favorite hobbies since the first tooth is coming. Soon they will be able to bite and chew soft foods.

Appropriate Toys for 6 - 12 Months

  • Touching and Holding - Develop tactile skill with different kinds of surfaces; smooth, soft, rough using sensory toys such as The Sensory Tumbling. Help babies make teething easier and chewing by cutting the teeth through massaging the gums to relieve pain like teethers and gummy rings
  • Social and Emotional Development - Keep your baby happy and engaged in playing such as The Baby Car
  • Muscle Development - Develop the large muscle groups and improve balance using roller, clutching toys and walkers. Improve fine motor skill and coordination using soft balls and clutching toys
  • Intellectual Stimulation - Engage babies explore, discover and figure things out by themselves.  Encourage babies’ early attempt to communicate with you through recognizing pictures and listening story using soft cloth books or wooden toys. Develop creative play during bath time using floating toys.

Month 6 Development

  • May scoot, roll or crawl.
  • Roll over side to side
  • Begin to sit with a little help.
  • Start teething
  • Responds to other people’s expressions of emotion and appears joyful often
  • Begin to realize that if an object is dropped, it is still there and just needs to be picked up
  • Begin to make sounds that resemble one-syllable words like "ba,","da", "ma."

Month 7 Development

  • Sit unassisted.
  • Reaching for and picking up toys.
  • Enjoy playing with people and imitating smiles and frowning
  • Show interested in small details of objects.
  • Repeat sounds, for example, “ma-ma, mum-mum”

Month 8 Development

  • Sit well without support with straight back
  • Grasp an object with one hand
  • Attach to parent (usually mother). Fear of separation
  • Look at a picture book with their parents and like to touch and turn the pages
  • Begin to understand and respond to “No”

Month 9 Development

  • Pull up to standing
  • Pass object from one hand to other
  • Understand others’ actions and facial expression
  • Enjoy rhythmic music
  • Use their index finger to poke at things, such as switches, buttons, and electrical outlets.
  • Hold a bottle or drink from a cup you hold for them
  • Use certain sounds for different things
  • Begin using hand movements to communicate wants and needs

Month 10 Development

  • Stand with handholds for short periods.
  • Step sideways holding on
  • Enjoy playing with people and imitating smiles and frowning
  • Search for partially hidden object.
  • Learn words that represent something, for example, saying “bird” while pointing to the sky.

Month 11 Development

  • Stand for a moment and sit from a standing position
  • Tries to gain approval and avoid disapproval
  • Can be uncooperative
  • Begin to realize that if an object is dropped, it is still there and just needs to be picked up
  • Begin to use simple single words, for example, “dada” or “mama”

Month 12 Development

  • Move and hold head easily in all direction.
  • Stand well and begin to take step
  • Pull or push things while walking
  • Imitate and copy simple action
  • Take longer interest in toys and activity
  • Begin to sort by shapes and colors
  • Begin pretend play by imitating what he or she sees in real life
  • Begin to produce sounds or word that refer to action.
  • Increasingly speak in words

Between the ages of one and two, it’s obvious for parents to see their physical development grows. As it is known as a huge change for your little ones since your child is beginning to leave the stage of babyhood and become a toddler. They have gained many new skills and have a high level of energy. They can move faster every day and require less support from you to help walk and discover independence while recognizing their need for security. They also love imitation whether they are sounds or actions. Discovering surroundings is still their favorite hobbies. They are eager to learn more about their daily routine activities, for example, taking off clothes and socks.

Appropriate Toys 12 - 18 Months

  • Muscle and listening Development - Improve gross motor and balance skill such as push & pull toys.  Encourage fine motor skill and hand-eye coordination through drawing or hammering and pounding toys.  Engage auditory skill by learning the difference between sounds, and to improve fine motor dexterity and hand-eye coordination using musical toys.
  • Social and Emotional Development - Make kids have bath time exciting and an exploration of the properties of liquid and force, including discovering how things float, dive and move in water like bath toys. 
  • Intellectual Stimulation - Develop mathematical skill by teaching kids about shapes, colors, orders, sizes and patterns using stacking toys, nesting toys and shape sorter toys.  Improve matching and sorting skills, to encourage imagination and creativity with patterns and colors using blocks of different shapes and colors.  Help kids practice their listening and speaking skill such as The My First Phone

12 - 18 Month Development

  • Start walking independently
  • Climb stairs
  • Recognize himself in the mirror.
  • Copy adult activities such as driving a car or cooking
  • Begin to identify and point at body parts
  • Look at books and turn the pages
  • Demonstrate memory of people and places
  • Can also follow simple commands, such as "Bring me your shoes," or "Put the book down."
  • Understand and follow simple command

Brain Teether

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Parcel Shipping:

  • In general all parcel shipping products (toys, gift, strollers, carseats, etc) that ship via USPS, UPS, & FEDEX
  • Shipping is Flat Rate at $6.95 for all orders under $50 - certain products have a spcific ship rate detailed on the product page.
  • Signature Required shipment will be used on orders greater than $100 in value.  Please ship to a location where product can be signed for.
  • Shipping is FREE on all orders over $50 - certain products have a spcific ship rate detailed on the product page.
  • Shipping to AK and HI (no free shipping) incurs a significant freight surcharge and expect delivery times to be extended considerably.  
  • Products are often shipped "signature confirmation" - please be available at ship location to receive product - consumer will be responsible for undelivered freight charges and rerouting charges on shipments.
  • Partial or split shipments will incur additional shipping charges - all orders will ship complete.

Freight Shipping:

  • Freight Shipping applies to all large products (furniture items - some cribs and all dressers and all room packages)
  • ALL Freight products ship CURBSIDE Delivery unless an alternative shipping is selected - you can also contact store to add inside delivery (which is only transfer into the first threshhold of your home/building) to your order if selection option unavailable during checkout
  • Shipping rate is based on product costs and distance from our shipping location in Columbia SC
  • Shipping rate is calculated during checkout
  • FREIGHT shipping is FREE on furniture orders over $1200
  • Shipping to AK and HI (no free shipping) incurs a significant freight surcharge and expect delivery times to be extended considerably.  
  • Partial or split shipments will incur additional shipping charges - all orders will ship complete.

please contact store at 803-788-5880 if you have specific questions or concerns

Products specifications
Attribute name Attribute value
Age Range NEWBORN - 6 M
Age Range 6 - 12 Months
Age Range 12 - 18 Months
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Products specifications
Attribute name Attribute value
Age Range NEWBORN - 6 M
Age Range 6 - 12 Months
Age Range 12 - 18 Months