There are people who still believe that the crib mobile is just a decorative object in the baby’s room. But this crochet Rainbow Mobile it is a great stimulus tool for your baby,

    Currently there are the most varied types of mobiles: colorful, with music, movements and even those that interact according to the baby’s movement. According to specialists, mobiles stimulate the child’s development. They sharpen the visual, tactile and auditory senses, in addition to sharpening the child’s perception of space and depth.


    After this information, it doesn’t seem to be so easy to choose the ideal mobile for your baby, right? Therefore, we separate this free pattern for you.

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    SKILL LEVEL – Easy
    SIZES:Cloud: About 4 1/2 in. (11.5 cm) tall
    Rainbow: About 5 1/2 in. (14 cm) tall
    Sun: About 5 in. (12.5 cm) tall
    Raindrop: About 2 in. (5 cm) tall



    Rainbow mobile


    • Always try to choose colored mobiles, this stimulus is important to get the child’s attention, because in the first months your baby is learning to differentiate tones and colors.
    • Think of lightweight, moving mobiles. From two months, babies develop the search for objects that have movement, also encourage your baby with the mobile.
    • Musical mobiles are great for developing hearing, when buying one, opt for quiet sounds with different tones. The more sounds you present to the baby, the better his development will be.

    Crib mobile: installation

    • Place the mobile at a safe distance that your baby cannot reach. Remember that from the 6th month on, your baby will be firmer to sit. Adjust as he grows.
    • Make sure the stand or base is strong enough that the mobile will not fall over.
    • Position the mobile in the baby’s visual field, specialists indicate 30 to 45° from the baby’s vertical line of vision, that way the baby will not strain his eyes.
    • Test by looking at the mobile from the same point of view your baby will look at.

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