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Art Cards for Baby – Garden Collection

Wee Gallery art cards are created from bold, whimsical, hand-painted originals that cater to a baby’s visual strengths. The black and white images and their repeating patterns captivate little ones. Place them in the crib to transform it into a wee gallery or use them as flash cards for older children. A boxed set includes a squirrel, butterfly, dragonfly, ladybug, bird and worm. Printed on sturdy board, these cards will stand up to baby’s explorations. Each 5×7″ card beautifully finished with matte lamination and child-friendly rounded corners.

Product Features

  • High-contrast
  • Rounded corners
  • Now printed on recycled paper

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3 comments to Art Cards for Baby – Garden Collection

  • Amanda J

    Great for newborns I bought these on the recommendation of a friend whose son is now 9 months for my then 2 mo old (now 3 1/2 months). I was a little put off by the price because for some reason, I thought they were playing card sized, when they arrived they are about the size of a paperback or DVD package, and very sturdy and thick. My son loves to look at these and will follow them with his eyes and by turning his head. I had borrowed some black and white books by Tana Hoban for infants from the library which have solid shapes in black and white and my son couldn’t care less about those images.As far as the garden collection, I am sure that it doesn’t matter to the baby which set you choose, but you will get use out of these and they seem to be substantial enough to be passed on to another child.

  • Mom to be

    Great for a newborn! Got these cards before my son – now 3 months – was born. Well worth the price if you have an extra 12 bucks to spend! He won’t be interested in these simple b/w images for much longer, so their usefulness is very short lived. But these were the first images he was interested in and the first thing that he could track 180 degrees (moved his head all the way from right to left side, following the cards). I sing “old mcDonald” with him and the 6 cards. Not many cards, but just right for teh attention span of an infant. His eyes get big and he focuses on each card with intensity. I think it’s not only the simple B/w images that keep his attention, but the cards are just big enough to block his view of other competing objects that he likes to look at (such as Mommy, or the ceiling light).I also used these cards for his first wall pictures in his room. I scanned a few cards, then blew them up and printed them and put them in some small white PB frames I had. He loves to look at them from his crib and changing table. Again – short lived. I’ll probably replace the prints with something more colorful in a few months time. But it’s cheap to print and it was worth the effort to have my 1 month old stare contentedly at art while I changed him.

  • M. Garrett "since1968"

    Perfect flash cards for infant. Our son loved these flash cards even at the age of one or two months. The card stock is sturdy and the cards still look new after frequent use. Black and white is perfect for very young infants.Only possible con: the writing on the flash cards is cursive. Our son isn’t old enough to start reading but when he is, I’m not sure the writing will be legible to him.Overall, a great buy.

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