- Relief Design: This baby blocks set includes 12-blocks. Each block has an embossed animal, shape, fruit, Arabic numerals, and geometrical patterns on the sides. Children can develop their sense of touch and vision by touching and observing these embossed patterns.
- Stacking Toy: These baby building blocks are soft, durable, and easy to be picked up and stacked together by the baby's hand. They can also be squeezed and will make a squeaking sound.
- Teethers: It is soft, chewable, and perfect for babies who are 6-months old with their first tooth/teeth.
- Safe Materials: These blocks are soft, BPA Free, safe, non-toxic, and made of food-grade silicone.
Bought these cute soft chewable blocks for my granddaughter. She loves them! At 6 months old, she likes to feel things and of course, put things in her mouth. Teething is a issue at this age, so it feels good against her gums. They are very easy to keep clean. She can learn from them also when she gets a little older. Numbers, shapes, letters. They come in a cute sturdy box as a bonus!
Bought these for my 3 month old and she loves them! The colors are great and they are easily washed. They fit into each other for stacking and they are soft on the gums. Definitely buying these for baby showers from now on! ��
I bought these on a flash sale on Cyber Monday. I really like the colors- more subtle shades and not in-your-face primary colors. Besides some of the animals looking a little weird (see photos), I really like them. They seem well-made and durable.
My 8 month old loves these blocks! I was looking for something that was soft enough for her to chew on and light enough for her to pick up. These were perfect! And I love the muted colors.
When I first got these for my 6 month old I worried about the corners, and wished they were more rounded. But she's been playing with them for a few months now and has not yet poked herself in the eye with them so I think the corners are fine. :-) I think these blocks are cool because she can do different things with them at different ages. Right now she likes to knock over the towers I build with the blocks, and now that she's teething she really enjoys chewing on the raised part of the blocks. I like that when she gets older she'll be able to play at linking them, finding the blocks with the matching indents and raised parts. It's also cool that some of the blocks have math signs (=, +, -) so we can even use them for basic match when she's old enough. The one downside is that there is an air hole in the blocks so when you wash them you have to cover it up so as not to get water inside of them.