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Organic rattles & grasping toys

PAT & PATTY Organic Rattles - Grasping Toys

Our organic breeds are made of cuddly cotton plush / terry cloth (kbA) on one side and a woven Vichy check (kbA) on the back. With their exciting rattling noises and kneeling elements, these animal friends invite you to discover, grab and cuddle.

Discover the magical organic rattles from PAT & PATTY! 🐘🌿

Our rattles are not only cute toys, but also perfect companions for babies and toddlers. Made from certified organic cotton and handcrafted with love, they are gentle on nature and your child's sensitive skin.

🎵 The fun sounds our rattles make will stimulate your little explorer's curiosity and promote his fine motor skills.

🖐️ Thanks to their optimal size and shape, they are easy to grip, perfect for little hands!

🌻 The organic cotton provides a pleasant feeling and is soft enough to be used as a teething ring when the first teeth come.

🚼 Our baby rattles are the ideal first baby toy and accompany you and your baby everywhere, be it in the stroller or on the play mat. 

🌟 PAT&PATTY stands for quality and sustainability. Our rattles are GOTS certified and are made from controlled organic cultivation.

The cute animal designs, such as the adorable fox 🦊 or the charming elephant 🐘, make them cuddly companions for on the go. The light and handy rattles fit perfectly in the stroller and provide entertaining sounds. 🚼🌼

Our organic rattles are handmade and made with love. With a delivery time of 1-3 working days, they are also an ideal gift for expectant parents or as a first baby toy. 👶🎁

Discover the world of organic rattles from Pat&PATTY and promote your child's fine motor skills in a playful way! 💕🎉


Rattles are popular toys for toddlers and babies that can encourage a variety of developmental aspects. Here are some of the key skills and senses that rattles support in toddlers:

  1. Auditory perception : Rattles produce sounds that attract the toddler's attention. By listening to the sound, children learn to respond to auditory stimuli and sharpen their auditory perception.

  2. Fine Motor Skills : Grasping and shaking rattles requires precise coordination of the hands and fingers. These activities help develop toddlers' fine motor skills, which can be useful later in writing, drawing, and other activities.

  3. Grasping reflex : When babies hold the rattle, they exercise their grasping reflex, which promotes the development of their hand muscles. This is an important milestone on the road to independence.

  4. Hand-eye coordination : By shaking the rattle, toddlers learn to coordinate their hand movements with visual stimuli. This strengthens hand-eye coordination, which is very important for many everyday activities.

  5. Sensory Experience : Rattles can have different textures and materials, which expands children's sensory experience. They can enjoy feeling, touching and exploring these materials, developing their tactile perception.

  6. Attention and concentration : Interest in the rattles and their sound can promote toddlers' attention and concentration. This is an important step for later learning and cognitive development.

  7. Discovery and Curiosity : Rattles stimulate children's curiosity and invite them to explore the world around them. They discover how their actions create sounds and begin to understand cause and effect.

  8. Soothing : Rattles can also help soothe babies and toddlers, giving them a sense of security and comfort, especially during anxious moments or when teething.

  9. Language development : Listening to the sounds of the rattle can encourage early language development as babies and toddlers learn to respond to sound stimuli and imitate sounds.

Overall, rattles promote a wide range of skills and sensory perceptions in young children. They are not only entertaining, but also educationally valuable and can make an important contribution to the development and growth of young children.


Baby grasping toys and baby rattles are popular toys for babies and toddlers that are specifically designed to encourage sensory perception, motor skills and the joy of discovery. Here are explanations of both types of toys:

  1. Baby Rattles: Baby rattles are small, handy toys designed to be easily grasped by babies. They are often made from a variety of materials, including soft fabrics, plastics, or wood, and are usually shaped to fit comfortably in a baby's small hands. Some rattles have additional structures or textures that stimulate baby's sense of touch and tactile perception.

The main purposes of a baby grasping toy are:

  • Promote fine motor skills: Grasping toys encourage babies to reach for, hold and explore the toys. This strengthens the muscles in the hands and promotes finger coordination.

  • Sensory stimulation: The different materials, textures and shapes of the grasping toys provide sensory stimulation as babies can explore them with their hands and mouth.

  • Soothing: Teething toys can also help soothe babies, especially during teething, as they can bite on the toy to massage their gums.

  1. Baby Rattles: Baby rattles are toys that make sounds when shaken or moved. They are usually filled with balls, beads, or other elements that make a gentle rattle when moved. Baby rattles often come with handles or gripping surfaces that are easy for small hands to hold.


When purchasing baby rattles, there are some important aspects to consider to ensure you choose high-quality, safe and suitable products. Here are some tips to help you when purchasing baby rattles:

  1. Safety certification : Make sure the grasping toy meets the required safety certifications and standards. In most countries, the toy should meet product safety requirements. These certifications ensure that the toy is free from harmful chemicals and does not contain any parts that could pose a choking hazard.

  2. Age recommendation : Make sure the grasping toy is suitable for your child's age. Most grasping toys have an age rating that indicates which developmental stage and age they are best suited for. Follow these recommendations as they are tailored to the child's safety and developmental needs.

  3. Materials : Pay attention to the materials the rattle is made of. Rattles are often made of plastic, wood or fabric. It is important that the materials used are non-toxic and safe for babies. Fabric rattles should be made of non-toxic, washable cotton or other natural materials.

  4. Size and shape : Choose a rattle that is an appropriate size and shape for your baby's small hands. The shape should be designed so that it can be gripped comfortably without causing injury to the baby.

  5. Texture and surface finish : Grasping toys with different textures and surfaces can promote baby's tactile perception. Different materials and patterns stimulate the senses and provide sensory stimulation.

  6. Rattle feature : Some baby toys have a rattle or sound feature that can attract baby's interest. Make sure this feature is safe and well integrated into the toy.

  7. Care and cleaning : Check the care instructions for the grasping toy. Ideally, it should be easy to clean, as babies tend to put toys in their mouths and explore.

  8. Brand and quality : Buy grasping toys from reputable brands or manufacturers known for the quality and safety of their products. Read customer reviews and do research to make sure you are purchasing a reliable product.