I live in a really small apartment for how many people and belongings we all have here. We have kids doubling up in rooms. And I will tell you what there are literally toys all over the place! I have a walk-in closet full of toys and games for my 2 youngest (2 and 5 years old) plus toys in rooms and living room. Oribel has designed toys for infants and toddlers to help parents get those toys up off the floor and able to play with them vertically on the walls or doors. Introducing Vertiplay Wall Toys: Door Knocker Spikeyy.
Spikeyy here is a door knocker which teaches your little ones to knock on the door before entering. Which I have a problem with my 5 year old so this will come in handy teaching my 2 year old. I have installed this (which was super simple) on our bathroom door. She still doesn’t quite get the gist of “knocking” with her knuckles so tapping this with the tip of her fingers still made the knocking sound that we were trying to achieve. We are really close to potty training and she really likes to use the big potty better and we are trying to get her to knock or “call” when she needs to potty. Its loud enough that everyone in the apartment is able to hear and come help her, even at nighttime. Spikeyy is a really cute child-friendly character (also available in 2 other animals). Spikeyy was very easy to place on the door, by peeling the sticker off and placing. You must wait a while so it can “cure”. If you don’t want to use your door knocker for this purpose, it also makes a fun musical instrument. That’s what my little ones did until I placed it on the door.
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