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POPPIN PARK ELEFUN BUSY BALL POPPER | A Safe Toy For Your Toddler
Poppin Park Elefun Busy Ball Popper
Babies grow so fast. One minute they're a newborn and the next it seems they're graduating high school. In his first year of life, your baby will do a lot of growing. He'll also do a lot of learning through play - and it's important that the toys he's entertained with are interactive.
Playing with interactive toys engage a little one's hand and eye coordination, introduce him to colors and sounds and teaches him dexterity. You want toys that encourage all of that - and the Poppin' Park Elefun Busy Ball Popper from Playskool is just such a toy for that purpose.
Poppin Park Elefun Busy Ball Popper
This toy does more than encourage baby to play - it also encourages him to use his physical abilities, too. This toy works by popping the colorful red or yellow ball up and out through the trunk of the elephant.
The ball will either roll into the elephant's colorful purple ears, his yellow or green arm and sometimes his yellow basket stomach. The sight and sound of the ball popping up delights the baby and you'll hear squeals of happiness.
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Poppin Park Ball Popper
The ball also gently pops away from the elephant, which thrills babies as they crawl in a chase after the ball. Because babies learn through sound, the Poppin' Park Elefun Busy Ball Popper from Playskool has ten engaging tunes that play for your baby's enjoyment.
Babies love not only the sound of the tunes, but enjoy bouncing and clapping their little hands to the music, too. Because the toy is air powered, it will gently pull in the balls through the stomach area and then it will push the balls up and out from the elephant's trunk and the soft pop as the ball comes out makes babies laugh.
Poppin Park Elefun
Babies Love This Toy
The toy comes with five balls for baby to have fun with and it's easily activated by a simple touch. When your baby grows older, you can change the way the play is done by turning the trunk. It does take 4 D batteries and you'll have to put some of it together.
The Poppin' Park Elefun Busy Ball Popper from Playskool is a toy that babies like to play with even if the balls aren't popping up. They like listening to the sounds that the toy has and nothing is cuter than watching a baby delight in music. The base of the elephant is a bright blue, which appeals to baby's love of bright colors - or you can find it in a soft pastel pink.
Ball Poppers For Toddler - From Playskool
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