Visual stimulation and early learning for baby.
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 stimulating gallery or use them as flash cards for older children. They can also be paired with this beautiful, sleek postcard holder to make a mobile!
Babies love black and white. A boxed set of high-contrast cards will engage and entertain baby right from day one. Printed on sturdy board, these cards will stand up to baby's explorations. Each 5x7" card is beautifully finished with food grade matte lamination and child-friendly rounded corners.
All Wee Gallery products are made ethically, with workers' rights and responsible use of resources in mind. Materials are selected for safety and are free from toxins like lead or phthalates.
These Art cards come in several different themed collections to offer a variety of animal images:
The Original Collection includes an Elephant, Fish, Giraffe, Snail, Owl, and Cat.
The Woodland Collection includes a Fox, Hedgehog, Raccoon, Deer, Mouse and Woodpecker.
The Farm Collection includes a Cow, Horse, Pig, Sheep, Bee and Hen.
The Pet Collection includes a Dog, Cat, Rabbit, Hamster, Goldfish and Iguana.
- Stimulating black and white designs
- Finished with food grade matte lamination
- Child-friendly rounded corners
- Free from toxins like lead and phthalates
- Sustainably made with Forest Stewardship Council (FSC) card stock
Frequently Asked QuestionsQ.How do Wee Gallery images engage with cognitive development?
A. Babies have color vision--it's just not fully developed in newborns. So in general, babies have trouble distinguishing colors and focusing, which leads them to be more attracted to borders and high-contrast patterns like black and white. As they get older their ability to see differences in color improves, as does their focus and depth perception. Wee Gallery's art card for babies play to babies strengths as they make this transition in their visual development.