6 months & up. This spinning wheel can do it all! This multisensory toy has activities that support the needs of developing infants. The rolling middle features a mirror, row of beads for manipulating, and wind-up music box that plays a soothing melody. Perfect for developing hand-eye coordination and the vivid colors draw the eyes. Rolls easily to encourage crawling.
6 months & up. Sized just right for small hands to grasp, these balls come in six different fun textures to explore. Soft and squeezable in bright colors, they are excellent for developing motor skills and learning cause and effect as they feel and roll differently. Approximately 2.5" diameter each.
6 months & up. Fill the inflatable edge mat with tap water and the 5 water pals go swimming. Great for tummy time activities, babies will love pushing, patting and grabbing for tactile and visual fun all without getting wet. Tummy Time helps strengthen neck, leg and arm muscles. Improves motor skills, develops hand-eye coordination and promotes crawling. Measures 21" x 17" x 2".
Birth & up. Multi-sensory textured ball is easy for infants and toddlers of all ages to grasp. Larger ball is flexible and lightweight for building gross motor and coordination skills. Smaller ball inside rolls, bounces, rattles and lights up with a soft glow for extra sensory fun and visual tracking. 6.4" diameter. Batteries included.
Birth & up. Friendly faces and soft textures make these squeaky balls a bunch of sensory fun. Nubs make these bump and bounce when rolled. Great for color recognition and motor skills. Soft and easy to wash, styles and colors may vary. Approximately 4" each. BPA-free. Pals may vary.
6 months & up. Provide children with a sensory experience with these three 4" balls. As children roll, toss, and bounce these balls they will view the contents move while in motion. The knobby exterior makes it easy for children to grab and keep hold of the ball while having a sensory, active experience.
12 months & up. Push the tops of the animal racers or pull the cars back and let them go...these mini vehicles will speed away. Children practice coordination, cause and effect and tracking skills. Colors and vehicles may vary. Purchase trucks and racers together in a set of 8 or separately.
6 months & up. Help develop your baby's tactile senses with this set of 6 easy-to-grab balls with 6 different textures and sizes. The bright colors and interesting textures will captivate your baby's attention. BPA free. Colors may vary.
6 months & up. Inflatable roller attracts baby's attention and encourages hand-eye coordination. Perfect for babies to push, roll and crawl after while watching balls rattle and roll inside. Stand the roller on one end and the balls drop from one level to the next for visual tracking development.
6 months & up. This heat sensitive ball will surprise children with its color changing properties. Introducing children to science during active play, the ball is purple when chilled and turns a light blue when heat is applied. Measures 7" in diameter.
2 years & up. Get up and get moving with this simple active play game. Toddlers imitate the adorable ducks on four jumbo dice featuring dance moves from twisting to clapping to marching and jumping. Children practice gross-motor skills, counting, imitating, turn-taking and vocabulary building. Includes game board, 4 movement dice, 4 play pieces and guide.
Birth & up. This brightly colored ball is soft enough for kids of all ages to play with. It's easy for little hands to hold on to this cool little toy! Great for tactile stimulation, cognitive development and motor skill development. Made of safe, natural rubber foam covered with a velvet exterior. Easy to clean with a damp cloth.
12 months & up. Help your children gain confidence in their walking with this Push & Pull Sturdy Wooden Giraffe with Easy Grip Handle and String. This pull toy is perfect for promoting gross motor skills, color recognition, exploration, sensory development and fine motor skills. Children will delight as their bright orange companion follows them along as they walk. Encourage your children to take this walking companion with them as they build the necessary muscles to walk independently.… More »