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There is nothing I love better than taking a bath. Who doesn’t like taking a bath? Well actually my brothers don’t like it as much, mommy usually have to tell them to take one. Me on the other hand I just love taking baths! I love splashing in the water complete with bubbles. There always have to be bath toys in there as well though. Having a bath without toys is very boring to say the least. When Just Think Toys decided to send me their 20pc Floating Castle Set Bath Blocks I couldn’t wait to try them. There are also cool sets for the boys as well so the boys can build right along in their tub too. Check out their 20pc Coast Guard Set!
BathBlocks Floating Castle Set lets children build floating castles, towers and more in the bath. The Prince, Princess, Knight, Dragon, Hound and Floating Throne add creative play to every bath.
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.
BathBlocks empower children to create their vision as they experiment with geometry, addition, subtraction, multiplication, division, balance, structure and cause-effect.
$19.99 – Recommended age 3-99 due to small parts
My Bath Blocks came in a reusable bag so when bath time is over I can put them right back in there. The bottom of the bag is mesh so they can dry perfectly well. I didn’t need to store them in the bag since I have a storage bin just for my bath toys attached to my shower. Just knowing that there was another option is great since there were a few smaller pieces and there was 20 of them in all. You do not want to lose them, how else would you be able to build that amazing castle?
These are made of from bacteria and mildew resistant EVA and contain no PVC or phthalates. I actually enjoyed chewing on them more than I did trying to build my castle in the tub. It was good to know that they wouldn’t harm me. The colors are also very vivid and stood out amongst the suds in my tub. The suds actually helps in them sticking to the tub even better. The Princess, the Prince, the Knight and the little dog really stood for me. I liked playing around with my doggie and trying to get him to stay on his floating castle.
Now building blocks are a fun way for toddlers and even bigger kids to play. It helps with our imagination and we all know that the best kind of play is open ended play. Bath Blocks combines all that and more in your bathtub. Let your imagination run wild and get your creative juices flowing. Bath Blocks can also be used outside of the tub so you don’t have to limit yourself to the tub.
I am having so much fun with my bath blocks that now bath time has become so much more fun! Bath Blocks were correct in saying that “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”. My Bath Blocks gets my Two Tiny Thumbs Up!
You can connect with Just Think Toys the makers of Bath Blocks via their Website.
Just Think Toys has decided to give one of Growing Up Madison reader their very own set of Bath Blocks. Now you can make bath time fun just like I do. Winner will be randomly selected by PunchTab and will have 48hrs to respond to email sent. Failure to respond to email will forfeit your prize and a new winner will be chosen. Good luck!
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