Saturday, 28 July 2012

Favourite Bath Toy of the Month!

I recently bought my daughter the Tomy Octopals Bath Toy as she was getting slightly bored with her existing selection of animals, cups and other water squirting bathroom floor wetters!

My only regret is not buying it sooner!  My daughter saw the box and couldn't wait to open it when she saw the picture of the brightly coloured characters.


The Octopals sit neatly on the 8 numbered 'tentacles' on the green base as it floats in the bath tub.   The little creatures themselves also float and stick to the side of the tub which caused great excitement when my little one discovered this.  The orange 'head' has a number of holes in it where water can spurt out of once it has been filled.

A few games that you can play with your little one:

  1. Line the Octopals up in number order (numbers are on the opposite side to their faces).
  2. See how quickly you can stick them to the side of the tub and then pull them off!
  3. Make a sequence of colours along the rim or sides of the bath.
  4. Match 2 colours together and group them next to each other.
  5. Put the Otopals back carefully onto the green base, matching them to the corresponding number on the base.
I have also created a list at Babyhuddle of my favourite bath toys and bath products.  Why not head over there and have a look for yourself?

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"Organic Baby Bath Time Fun!" on Babyhuddle





Note: The Tomy Octopals Bath Toy was purchased directly by the Blogger.  All views are her own, completely honest and unbiased.

3 comments:

  1. We had this for my middle on and lived it, might have o get it again for the baby!

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  2. We've got this too. Little one loves it although she gets really confused when she tries to drink out of the big orange sprinkle 'cup' with the holes at the bottom and can't work out where the water has gone!

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  3. In buying baby bath toys, however, you have to consider a number of things that make the toys fully beneficial to your child. An ideal toy should be educational, and this can be applied to bath toys.

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