Babies put everything in their mouths. However, when you want them to learn cause and effect, or work on fine-motor skills, you need a toy that encourages their hands without traveling to their mouths. The colorful Whirly Squigz, with a large suction cup on the back, enables just that. Super-safe for babies, Whirly Squigz are constructed of high quality, food-grade silicone with superior plastic bearings that will never rust. Each Whirly Squigz spins around freely with just a bump from a chubby hand and keeps on turning for a remarkably long time. Your child will develop his understanding of cause and effect as he bats at it, and when your baby is done spinning the Whirly Squigz, give him an oral sensory experience by releasing the suction and allowing him to teethe on the soft texture.
Moreover, if yours is a family that is often on the go, you will be happy to know that the Whirly Squigz stick to restaurant tables, airplane windows, hotel tubs, grandma’s fridge, and just about anything with a smooth surface. Not just for babies, Whirly Squigz are also an excellent distraction for a fussy toddler. You could even use Whirly Squigz as a timer - "When it stops spinning it's time to go get in the bath." How will you use Whirly Squigz?
Includes 3 Whirly Squigz; one with two, one with three, and one with four propellers. Each features a suction cup on one side and a swirl-textured dome on the other.
Manufacturer: Fat Brain Toys
Size: 6 x 2 x 2 inches
Manufacturer Recommended Minimum Age: 10 months
Manufactured In: China
review by Art Kit
”Super safe for babies but fun for all ages, Whirly Squigz silicon spinners are a must have for home and on-the-go!”Read the Review
review by The Youth Pastor's Wife
”...these would make great birthday or Christmas gifts for babies 10 months or older. They can be separated and make great toys to occupy little ones when you are out and about, or at home.”Read the Review
These hold the attention of my 8-month old without flashing lights or sounds. We often place them on a window or the tray of his high chair. A small bump from his hand leaves it spinning smoothly for a surprisingly long time. Silicon is high quality.