Rosa & Bo Rainbow Nesting Babies with Chiming Bo Bunny.
The Rosa & Bo Nesting Babies encourage hand-to-eye co-ordination through interactive play. Babies will love the characters, challenge and the surprise element as the woodland babies and Benji Bunny are gradually revealed!
Playtime is precious time and the brightly coloured Nesting Babies make a wonderful and charming addition to any nursery. Parents can demonstrate how the toy works, and watch baby’s excitement as the Rosa babies are revealed one by one. Then there’s the final sensory surprise of a chiming Bo Bunny in the centre!
An ideal sensory toy for baby and toddler to support early child development whilst also looking amazing in any modern nursery.
Supports the following areas of learning:
Encourages hand-to-eye coordination
Enhances cognitive development
Develops early number concepts, counting and fine motor skills
Boost ordering & sequencing skills
The first Russian Doll inspired toy that is safe for little hands
Water safe, can be used in the bath or at the beach.
Tested to British and European safety standards
Safety tested from birth but best suited for 12 months and over
Very cute! I want to thank Dee as well for her generosity after I ordered these but received another set and she resent these to me ASAP and was unnecessarily apologetic ☺️
My daughter loves these she particular loves to shake them and line the dolls up. We took them to the beach recently and she also enjoyed playing with them in the sand.
My son loves this toy! We went with the rainbow set so we can teach him the different colours! The chimey bunny is his favourite! The bonus for us parents is they stack away nice and neat so no clutter or piles of toys!
I bought these nesting dolls for my baby daughter but after receiving them in the post, my 4year old son has played with them too! Great for hiding, learning about size and the enclosing schema of play! Beautifully made and easy to keep clean too!
My little girl has absolutely loved this toy and I love watching her learn with it. She can now take it apart and put it back together at 14 months and the chime of the bunny in the middle is such a lovely sound!