Every Wee3® design is inspired by a developmental milestone which is a skill that a child acquires within a specific time frame. Milestones develop in a sequential fashion which means a child needs to develop some skills before he/she can develop a new skill. Each milestone that a child acquires builds upon the last milestone developed.
Sensory skills are those such as vision, hearing and touch. They are responsible for receiving information from both the body and the environment.
Fine Motor Skills
This is your child's ability to use small muscles, specifically their hands and fingers.
Gross Motor Skills
This is your child's ability to use large muscles, for example, six month old baby learns how to sit up with support, a 12 month old baby learns to pull up to stand holding onto furniture.
This is you child's' ability to incorporate information, solve problems and create, for example, a two month old baby learning to explore their environment with hands or eyes.
This is you child's' ability to interact with others including helping themselves and self-control.
This is you child's' ability to adapt to the world around them and interact and connect with others, including communicating nonverbally (smiling pointing).
Please print out our sizing guide for the perfect fit. Wee3® Sizing Guide (1.46 MB PDF)
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