Flip Fish Baby Toy
Item # 9195
20% off $49 + | 30% off 99+
use code: PLAY30
Timeless Toys. Endless Possibilities.
This cuddly fish friend will swim right into kids' hearts! With bright colors, bold facial features, and washable fabrics that include a variety of patterns and hidden pictures, this crinkling, squeaking, multi-textured soft toy from Melissa & Doug K's Kids is perfect for encouraging tummy time and fueling storytelling. Melissa & Doug K's Kids toys nurture early childhood development in three key skill areas: physical, cognitive, and social. With interactive designs and multisensory features, K's Kids promotes constructive play and effortless learning, keeping interest high and new skills flourishing throughout the baby and toddler years!
- Peek under the scales to find hidden pictures
- Squeaker tail encourages grasp and finger strength
- Features shatterproof mirror to engage baby's interest in faces and light
- Crinkly scales reward tactile exploration
- Washable fabrics include a variety of textures and colors
- Product: 9.75" x 13" x 4" Packaged 1 lbs
- Package: 13.5" H x 9.75" W x 3.75" L
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0 MONTHS AND UP: - Bring the toy close to the child to let the child see the bright colors. - Guide the child's hand to pat the fish's fuzzy face and crinkly scales.
3 MONTHS AND UP: - As the child lies on his or her belly, place the toy on the floor ahead to encourage neck strength and focus. - Place the toy in the child's hands and guide his or her hands to flip the scales back and forth. - Place the toy on the floor in front of the child to encourage tummy time.
6 MONTHS AND UP: - Squeeze the squeaker in the fish's tail. Then encourage the child to pat the tail to try to make it squeak. - Place the toy within easy reach and encourage the child to pat the crinkly scales. - Show the child his or her reflection in the mirror. As the child begins to recognize the reflection as his or her own, encourage facial expressions such as opening the mouth or blowing raspberries.