Toddlers love playing with activity balls and the Sassy Developmental Bumpy Ball is one that will give them hours of fun. Using the ball, children will learn about textures and different shapes associated with the textures.
The ball can help toddlers learn how to hold onto things and it helps them with dexterity. The colors used in this toy can also teach a child about the different colors so you can use it as a learning tool, too.
The patterns on the balls can also be used as a teaching tool to help the child understand the different patterns. This toy can make rattling noises. Playing with it can help your child with hand and eye coordination as well as motor skills.
The Baby Einstein Bendy Ball is made in an easy to grasp design so that a toddler can hold onto it, toss it, roll it around and carry it with him. The plastic on the ball is flexible. It has a colorful band around the outside of the ball and there are rattling balls on the inside of it.
The toy can help kids learn about colors during play. A parent can say things instructing the toddler to tap the yellow face or touch the blue side of the ball.
This is a comfortable, plush toy that’s decorated with loveable characters. It features designs on the material – along with the characters to help a child learn. The ball is made with a motion sensor so that movement causes it to emit certain phrases or sounds.
The large numbers on the sides of the ball help toddlers learn to count and it also helps them learn motor skills. This is a soft material ball that can easily be grasped by young children and held onto or tossed.
The balls all have an activity for your child to enjoy. One of them lights up, the other rattles. There are also some that can chime and one that has a mirror. You get 5 of the balls total and they can be used with children as young as 3 months old.
They teach toddlers about textures, help with motor skills and introduce your child to colors.
The toy makes a clack sound as the various pieces slide. There’s a spinning frog that always makes kids laugh. The caterpillar lets them move beads up and down. There’s a safety mirror on one side. There are squeaking rings as well as rattle beads. The shape of the ball makes it easy for little fingers to hold onto.