Grab, explore, sort, and discover this fun toy from Fat Brain Toys! Includes six vibrant, textured, rubbery, tethered shapes. Your baby can squeeze them and give them a teethe as they are made from 100% food-grade silicone! Each cut out space in the cube matches one of the rubbery tethered shapes. Perfect for tactile exploration! Amazingly durable so you never have to worry about losing a shape.
Ages : 0-4
Want a toy that actually keeps your baby's attention? PipSquigz to the rescue!
Comes complete with three colorful suckers made out of BPA free silicone. Perfect for the highchair, bath tub, stroller, or anywhere you and your baby travel. Simply push these down onto any smooth surface and watch baby interact. Each shape can be tugged, pushed, shaken, and pulled. Stick them together for new play experiences. These are an all-in-one sensory experience, perfect for your developing babe.
Ages: 6 Months +
It’s endless ball run fun! Grab the ball from the bottom and instantly, all the other balls roll down one level. Drop the ball into the funnel at the top and then grab the next ball to do it all over again and again, and again, and again! Easy to build. Includes 5 balls. For ages 12 months+.
The six chunky shape blocks are each designed with fascinating textures that are sure to thrill the fingers. As kids push the shapes through the elastic bands of the cube, curiosity is sparked and young minds can't help but explore, experiment, and discover.
Each of these six silicone rings features fun, vivid textures and suction cup connectors that are quick to fascinate the senses and inspire hours of exploration. Loop them together or pull them apart, hook them to the stroller, car seat, bounce chair, or anywhere and let the tactile excitement unfold.
Encourage color identification, build fine-motor skills and strengthen hand-eye coordination with this realistic treat.
** 2 plastic cones
** 10 scoops (10 different colors)
Each scoop measures 2''L x 2.5''H
Learning Style: Tactile, Visual
Basic Concepts- Identifying the 10 colors gives students a beginning way to describe attributes of objects around them. Honing observation skills and noting details helps students begin to organize and categorize objects.
Fine Motor- Two handed play, whole hand grasp and visual-motor skills are enhanced when stacking and un-stacking ice cream flavors
Ages 18 Months +