1-2-3, count the animals with me. Make learning waves with the Spin and Discover Ocean Fun! This fun spinning top will help your baby develop an awareness of cause and effect; push the starfish plunger and watch the animals spin round and round! 3D turtle, dolphin, crab and octopus characters and light-up buttons introduce animals, colours and counting while fun melodies, sounds and phrases encourage discovery and exploration. Also features rolling beads for extra fun.
Age 6-30 months
Batteries 2 x AA batteries, included
4 coloured animal buttons turtle, dolphin, crab and octopus
3 light-up buttons introduce colours
Includes 1 sing-along song and 8 melodies
2 modes of play: Learning and Music
Introduces animals, colours and counting
Encourages fine motor skill development
Heightens curiosity and encourages exploration
Developes understanding of a variety of textures, visuals and sounds stimulate sensory development
Rated 5 out of 5Â by JayBoo enjoyed by infant/toddler
my little boy loves this and has used it daily since we bought it 10 months ago, it has taken a hammering and only just changed the batteries! yes the music does get irritating, but he loves it and that is what matters.
Rated 5 out of 5 bought this toy when reduced price very pleased with it
Rated 2 out of 5Â by Nanna not to my taste
This toy is of good quality but the sound I found irritating when I tried it out. Therefore, I did not feel I could give this as a present to my granddaughter.
Rated 5 out of 5Â by fussy Bought this as a Christmas present in the sale with 20% off, so it was good value as the baby loves the sounds and movement.
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