As your baby grows they begin to explore and make sense of the world around them. Playtime will take up a large part of their day. Even before they are crawling or walking, they will be keen to seek out new experiences. The best baby activity jumpers allow babies and your tot the independence to play safely on their own.
Whilst playing with our little ones can be great fun and a brilliant bonding experience, sometimes we need free hands and a moment or two to ourselves. Thankfully, baby activity jumpers are a great way to keep babies entertained.
Black Friday deals on baby jumpers
And, with Black Friday everywhere at the moment, there are plenty of great Black Friday baby deals for you to shop. Baby jumpers are a popular, but pricey, item for little ones and so take the advantage of some of the brilliant Black Friday deals across many retailers now to find some of the best baby activity jumpers.
Save £70: Leaping Leopard Jumperoo Activity Centre
Save 10%: Mothercare Alphabet Activity Centre
Save 33%: Fisher-price Colour Climbers Jumperoo
Other than keeping your baby busy for a while, jumpers are fab as they facilitate exploration, while also promoting hand-eye coordination and physical activity. They can help babies understand cause and effect by pushing different buttons, and also encourage sensory play, by stimulating motor, tactile and kinaesthetic senses.
However, to keep our little ones safe from harm, there are a few things to consider before purchasing a baby jumper.
Are jumpers bad for babies?
Baby activity jumpers are generally very safe. As with everything, there are some small risks. According to Healthline, jumpers can impact your baby’s posture by placing them in an awkward position. However, as long as you are using the jumper for short periods this should not be an issue.
Jumpers that are mounted to a door frame or beam might also create a slight risk. It is important to make sure that the space is clear. Babies could accidentally hit their head or other parts of their body on any objects nearby.
Finally, jumpers with wheels are not recommended, due to the potential of accidents such as falling down the stairs.
How long can my baby stay in a jumper?
According to the NHS, it’s best to use a baby jumper for no more than 20 minutes at once – plenty of time for a quick regroup.
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At what age can a baby use a jumper?
The general guideline is four months old minimum. Keep in mind that baby activity jumpers are designed for babies that can keep their heads up without help.