BathBlocks bring classic building block play into a fun, fascinating, new, watery environment. BathBlocks encourage creative and educational play.
Sometimes the most educational toys are the simplest toys-- toys with lots of open-ended possibilities that encourage young minds to think, to create and to explore. The best of these toys provide progressive layers of challenge for children to discover as they grow. At their very best, these toys encourage exploration, reward discovery and empower our children.
BathBlocks bring classic block play into a fun, new, fascinating watery environment. The bathtub is the perfect place to create waterslides, ball runs, floating towns and more. The “sticky” viscosity of water creates a helpful cling between blocks, and the movement, buoyancy and flow of water add an engaging twist to classic block play.
Special Note: Dipping BathBlocks in soap or shampoo suds increases their stick to tub walls and other blocks dramatically!
BathBlocks empower children to create their vision as they experiment with geometry, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, balance, structure and cause-effect.
BathBlocks have won Oppenheim Gold awards. BathBlocks are made from bacteria and mildew resistant EVA and contain no PVC or phthalates.
Having little ones who LOVE to play in the bathtub, I was excited to get the Ball Run/Waterfall BathBlocks by Just Think Toys. This set of bath blocks is a lot of fun and our girls just love playing with them. They use them in any way their imaginations take them.
They love that they can stick to the tiles and can create their waterfalls and race the ball run. I like that the girls work together and design working waterfalls in many different shapes. I like that they are mildew resistant and dry nicely in between bath times. I think these BathBlocks would make an excellent gift for kids of all ages. I recommend it!
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