I have a 6 month little girl in my house this year for Christmas that came to us from CPS. I’ve had her about 2.5 months now and she did come with a few toys, but I want to make sure that she is going to have a magical Christmas! Edushape came to me with an adorable kitty toy that I knew had her name written all over it. Although its for any age, both the girls would have a lot of fun with it!
Happy Kitten is sure to give your baby and toddler hours of fun, discovery and even comfort. Pull, poke, shake, squeeze and even chew on your new kitty! He will give them so much stimulation as its great for; hand-eye coordination, auditory sensory development, tactile sensory development, visual sensory development, fine motor skills, gross motor skills, logic & reasoning.
Not only is his fur super soft and just inviting for snuggles, he is brightly colored with red polka dotted arms. His legs are super goofy- one retracts as the other is pulled. The belly button is poke-able, ears make crinkle sounds, Off his tail and his fish are teethers, perfect age for my little one. If you pull both arms he will give you a big hug (they Velcro closed, too). Give him a nice big shake, and in his belly is a built in rattle!
I really think that my little one is going to love this when I give it to her! My other kids were playing with it while we were getting to know it for the review and they were having a blast with the arms! Be sure to check out the website to see all of Edushape’s other educational toys from birth to 5 years old!
About (taken from website): EDUSHAPE® Ltd. is family owned & operated by Zitelny Industries Ltd., providing product to the global educational, toy and specialty markets. Established in 1983, our main focus is to manufacture quality children’s toy & products. EDUSHAPE® Ltd. is committed to producing soft, safe, quality children’s toys which ultimately promote successful developmental learning through play. Our main focus is for children ages Birth to 5 years old.
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