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Lamaze introduces My First Garden Collection

The new range is aimed at helping parents encourage little ones to learn about home-grown produce and support a healthy eating message.

To celebrate National Children’s Gardening Week – which runs from 29 May to 6 June – developmental toy company, Lamaze has introduced the My First Garden Collection.

The new range is aiming to help parents encourage little ones to learn about home-grown produce and support a healthy eating message.

Created to help inspire little ones to learn and grow through play, the collection features five garden inspired characters – Candy the Carrot, Bea the Banana, the Bitty Bug Book, Archer the Apple and Olive the Orange.

It is designed to help strengthen babies’ fine motor skills, problem solving and visual development while exploring new foods.

A range of sounds, colours and textures are featured to help development. For example, the outer layer of Bea the Banana can be peeled back, pull up Candy the Carrot for some peek-a-boo fun and unveil the mirror inside the Bitty Bug Book.

The collection is available from Amazon, Smyths, John Lewis, Tesco and independent outlets, with prices starting at £7.99.

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