Play music with your musical friend! The Cosimo Concerto Zebra by Lamaze has 4 colourful keys you can press to hear different notes.It's also really soft to touch and has crinkle parts like ears and feet.Give it a big hug and start playing the Concerto for Two Friends!
The Clack & Slide Ball by Bright Starts includes 12 fun activities to awake baby's senses.Its bright colors and amusing characters will entertain them while stimulating their vision.The rattle and clacking rings will appeal to their developing hearing sense.6 months +.
Repeat Petey Parrot by Lamaze is the funniest friend ever!Squeeze its wing and teach Petey new words: he's going to repeat them!You can also imitate a dog barking, a cat meowing or a cow mooing: Petey will do just the same!Then, pat his soft head, hear the feathers and tail crinkle and the beak squeak.Also, you'll hear a bell whenever you move Petey.
This food-loving Yumsy Tumsy beaver from B. Toys is always hungy! Luckily, you’re here to feed it! You can fill its tummy with a generous slice of pizza, a juicy strawberry or a delicious carrot. Why not all three at once? That way it’ll be really full. What about you? What are your favourite snacks?
B.'s Skipping Stones Stacking Rings are stackable any way you like.Rough, smooth, flexible, hard... Each ring has a different color and texture so baby can play while stimulating their senses.Some rings even contains microbeads to make some noise.These stacking rings are easy to grasp for the little hands.From 7 to 12 months.
The Mix & Match Caterpillar by Lamaze is a great new friend who will delight you with many wonders!Her body has 8 funny parts to touch, listen to and play with.Together with mom or dad, identify the colours, then match them to build the caterpillar's body again.You're going to have so much fun discovering all her hidden magic surprises!From 6 months on.
These Egg Stacking Cups from Little Learner are excellent tools to promote the development of motor skills and coordination. With their funny large eyes and gorgeous bright colors, they catch little ones’ eyes. Eggs can be nested for a game of hide and seek or stacked on top of one another, but watch out for balance or Bang!