This set comes with 3 different stackers of different shapes and colors to keep your toddler intrigued and entertained. Helpful for learning sorting, colors, shapes, and hand-eye coordination. The interlocking squares provide a challenge for more advanced children. Can also be used for abstract or imaginative play.
Some reviewers have noted chipping paint on the toy.
The mirror helps babies recognize their reflection and improve their vision. The ladybug and bee can rotate and are different textures for babies to grab and feel. The frame is made of foam, making it soft and safe for babies to cuddle or play rough with.
Falls down easily, but is lightweight.
In addition to building blocks of different colors, this set comes with 3 textured balls. The toys float so they can also be used in the bath. While they are great sensory toys for babies, they can also be used as the child ages thanks to the numbers and math symbols on the blocks. They also work as a matching game, with certain blocks having pieces that fit together.
Water can get stuck inside the blocks, making them hard to clean.
This board is 11 by 8 inches and has a handle for easy carrying, making it perfect to take on the go. It includes 4 different types of buckles, 1 flap, 1 shoelace-style closure, and 1 zipper. Toddlers and children with special needs can practice opening and closing all of the items. Suitable for baby's tummy time.
The board is made out of foam, so it's not the most durable.
This colorful and comprehensive toy set teaches color recognition, sorting skills, and vocabulary as kids learn new foods. It comes with 25 foods in 5 colors, as well as 5 baskets. Features an activity guide and stickers for labeling.
Not BPA-, phthalate- or lead-free.
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