This beautiful pair of objects is a set of apparatus that assists a baby in the transition from an inborn reflex, the palmar reflex to a pincer grasp.
Around 9-10 months, a baby should start to develop a pincer grasp, which is the grasp where they use the tip of their fingers to grab objects. This motion is an important developmental milestone and if not develop properly, can potentially affect fine motor skills, such as hold a pencil which in turn affects their ability to write and other activities that require precision fine motor skills.
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