Make some noise with the Hape Beaded Raindrops toy. This educational and fun toy is designed to be held by young toddlers. When turned upside down, it produces a gentle cascade of sound, evoking a waterfall or the light patter of spring raindrops. It's perfect for children who are just starting to explore the world, in terms of sights, touch and sound.
The rainmaker is made of a see-through plastic tube, which has an attractive, easy-to-hold wooden top and bottom. Inside, your child will enjoy watching the brightly coloured red and yellow plastic beads tumble down a fun circular staircase.
The Beaded Raindrops toy by Hape is just the right size for a toddler to safely grasp. It will help encourage your child's development. Furthermore, all Hape toys undergo a rigorous set of safety and quality tests.
The Hape Beaded Raindrops toy should not be washed or emerged in water. It can, however, be spot cleaned with a soft damp cloth. To ensure its longevity, be sure to keep it away from all sources of humidity, and also avoid leaving in the direct sun.
Fun sensory toy for toddlers.
Promotes better tactile perception and the development of important motor and sensory skills.
Quality tested and made of kid-friendly materials.
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0 - 3 months
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Learning through play
This toy is particularly great for sensory development; introducing kids to new sights, sounds and textures. Sensory play is crucial for brain development as kids explore and make sense of the world around them.
This toy also helps develop fine motor skills.
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