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Bath time is fun time! Of course kids are getting clean but it’s also a way for them to calm down, relax and use their imaginations to have fun! My kids love bath time… they always have. Having fun bath toys is always fun (and tends to keep the splashing to a minimum!). Anything with bubbles is an instant win in this house, not that I can blame them. Everyone loves bubbles!
We love this adorable Foam Cone Factory from Tomy! This clever toy pops onto any bathroom wall or the sides of your tub with its suction pads and only needs a little bubble bath and water to operate. Kids can concoct their own pretend ice creams simply by dripping a few drops of bubble bath into the cornet at the top… adding water… and pulling the lever. They’ll love watching as the “ice cream” fluffs and bubbles up in the cone before their eyes! It’s magic! Three flat-bottomed cones are designed to sit steadily on the sides of the bath, ready to add pretend sprinkles from the shaker that comes as part of the set. So simple, yet so effective, parents and children will love the look of these. Ideal for distracting children as they get more confident in the water, the Foam Cone Factory will promote collaborative role play and help refine motor skills. Age: 18 months and up.
This was so much fun. My four year old loves it! (so does my seven year old but he won’t admit it!). Setting up a fun ice cream parlor is super easy and fun! It only takes a little bit of bubble bath and water for tons of bubble making fun. It was easy to use without my help and clean up was easy. This is a great gift for any kid on your holiday list!
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