Baby Sensory Balls: My 20 month old LOVES to play with balls. When last Christmas I bought her a 4 back of sensory balls something like these but they weren’t very expensive, but she loved them being so little, and even more as she got older. I was offered a review for the 6 pack sensory balls from Edushape (which is one of my favorite companies). These balls are brightly colored and each one has a different texture or “nub” that helps grip and sooth teething gums at every teething phase (infancy to 33 months). My daughter just loves these even at almost 2 years old! Teaches: Gross Motor Skills, Hand Eye Coordination, Visual Sensory Development, Tactile Sensory Development, Easy Grip.
Textured Pop Blocks: These blocks I got to review are fun for both my girls (2 and 4 years old). They are super brightly colored- soft- and fitted. They are a fun way to learn colors, shapes, counting and animals. Each block stacks and fits into the other one with the shapes. My 2 year old doesn’t get that part yet but my 4 year old and I worked on her colors and shapes, stacked them really high and the baby knocked it over! Comes with 9 blocks in a set. Helps to teach: Hand Eye Coordination, Tactile Sensory Development, Easy Grip. Great for any ages 0+.
We really enjoyed these new Little Learners toys that Edushape sent this month. They would make amazing Easter Basket Fillers, especially if your little one is like mine and loves balls and shapes. Use them instead of candy.
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