Saturday, August 12, 2017

EduShape Toys DO Make Bathtub Time Fun!

Disclosure: This is a sponsored post. All opinions stated are genuine and my own.


The fastest way to get a child to love bath time is to stick a cool toy in there. Seriously, it's hands down never failed once for me. That's saying a lot, considering I have a family of 4 children of my own, nieces, nephews (in-laws, but still like my very own) and a grandbaby who have all loved bathtime here because I keep great toys on hand!! The newest I've added to my collection, and it is fun for little ones, is a Sensory Hoops set from EduShape.




This set comes with three nubby sensory balls, designed to make it easy for little ones to keep a firm hold on them (even in soapy water), and interesting enough to want to explore. They are soft too, so it won't hurt if baby accidentally hits themselves or someone else with a ball. Each one is 2.5" in diameter.


The hoop set is easy to assemble and includes four different sized hoops that are connected (including the base). You can use this in the bath or the pool, because it is designed for water, which means it floats. My favorite thing about this kit is it doesn't absorb water, so it's mildew/mold resistant!! Hurrah for no more icky bath toys (if you have kids, you know what I mean!).


The Sensory Hoops set is designed for children aged 12 months and up (presumably because they can sit up without help at that age). Children should always be supervised in the water. It's reasonably priced, and a toy worth investing in for any young child, but most especially for one who might be disinterested in the whole bath-time thing. ;) Fill the tub up, pop the toy in there and that resistant-to-water child will very likely be asking YOU if they can get in the tub to play. :)

You can learn more about this product and other great items available at EduShape by visiting their website. You can also follow them on Facebook and/or Instagram.

16 comments:

  1. I can see a mess too. With all that water splashing out of the tub. It's good for the little ones to have something to do in the tub though.

    Have a fabulous day. ☺

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  2. Always was fun to have something to do in the tub...and make a mess haha

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  3. The Sensory Hoop Set looks like fun in and out of the bath! My grand children would surely enjoy it.

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  4. We have an inflatable pool when my very young nephews and nieces come by and this looks like something they can enjoy doing for hours.

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  5. When my son was young he would have loved this toy in the bath. It certainly would have entertained him!
    twinkle at optonline dot net

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  6. Bath time should be fun for kids :)

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  7. You are so right! Toys added to the tub has never failed me yet.

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  8. such cute and fun toys! my niece will love them!

    Ai @ Sakura Haruka

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  9. I can see how that would be super fun for little ones in the bath. I Love that there are so many neat bath toys now out there. Helps make bath time less stressful for little ones.

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  10. Heck with the kids! I would love to play basketball in the tub!

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  11. That is a neat bath toy. Something a little different from the usual kinds of bath toys! I know a lot of younger kids who would enjoy this, I will keep this in mind when I shop for my nephew.

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  12. That does look like fun. Will make a splash.
    slehan at juno dot com

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  13. The Sensory Hoops set from EduShape looks super fun for kids. I bet mine would like playing with it in the pool too!

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  14. My son would have loved this hoops game in the tub when he was younger! Thank for sharing, I will tell my friends with younger kids, this is awesome stuff all around!

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  15. Wow this edushape looks so fun for kids. My daughter loves taking a bath on a bathtub too. Thanks for sharing.

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  16. Now that looks cute and fun. Bet both the kids would love it.

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