Animal Alphabet Cards

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A = Mama, B = Baby = ich…

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Babies love black and white. This listing is for a boxed set of high-contrast cards to engage and entertain baby right from day one.

Wee Gallery Animal Alphabet Cards are the perfect gift for newborns or toddler or anything in between. These sturdy cards are durable and matte laminated with distinctive Wee Gallery animals on one side and a sans serif letter on the other. Each card measure 10×15 cm.

Wee Gallery Cards are bold, whimsical, hand-painted originals— Infants are initially enchanted by the black and white images while the repeating patterns captivate and help tots focus. You can turn the crib into a wee art gallery by hanging the cards from its frame, or simply standing the cards by the side.  As your baby gets older, these visual treats art cards can be continuedly used as flashcards for you both to engage with.

What babies see, and why black and white

Before a baby learns to reach and grab with their hands or crawl and sit-up, their eyes are providing important information and stimulation for their development.

HIGH CONTRAST imagery offers the best opportunity for newborns to focus on visual stimuli and promotes visual exploration and engagement.

Visual focus on a stimulus such as art cards can foster a SENSE OF CALM and coherence in visually busy spaces.

A card placed over a diapering area can be used to REDIRECT ATTENTION of wiggly infants, making diaper time a little easier on parents and caregivers.

INTRIGUING IMAGERY invites commentary and conversation, encouraging adults to engage more with the baby.

Wee Gallery Art Cards GROW WITH BABY, first as visually appealing shapes, and later as flashcards for object name recognition.

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Designed in the USA, made by certified global partners


Designed in the USA, made by certified global partners


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