New Fat Brain Toys for 2021
Fat Brain Toys develops creative, mind-expanding toys, games and gifts perfect for babies, toddlers and preschoolers. The range includes countless toys that will stimulate, entertain and bring joy to your little one for hours on end.
Here’s what's new from Fat Brain Toys in 2021:
The Roll Again Tower is a fun and engaging introductory ball run for toddlers. Little ones will remove the ball from the base, which will immediately cause all the other balls to roll down to the next level in synchrony. Return the ball to the top of the funnel and watch it roll to the first stop. Take another ball from the base and watch the other balls continue to roll down. And so on... again... and once more! This toy is ideal for introducing your youngster to the concept of cause and effect in a fun and engaging way. All the pieces are solid, making them easy to grasp and manoeuvre for young hands.
These three active miniature bees stack on top of the honeycomb foundation by magnetically connecting to one another. Spin them, push them, pull them, or wobble them. Play with them as a stack or separate them to explore and play with each bee separately. Soft silicone is used for the wings and faces, while ABS plastic is used for the bodies. The rough silicone wings are intriguing to touch, and children will be mesmerised by their vivid colours and pleasant features. Fine motor development, sensory play, tactile discovery, and imaginative play are all encouraged with this set. It's made of high-quality ABS plastic, 100% food-grade silicone, is BPA-free, and has been thoroughly tested for safety.
A simple ball track for children to learn about movement and propulsion. The Roll Again Sorter track gradually widens, and each ball falls into its allocated location as it goes down the track. This toy is excellent for colour and size awareness, fine motor skill development, and sorting and sequencing principles. For an added sensory aspect, each of the balls has an enclosed rattle.
The appearance of this fascinating, tactile, and extremely flexible discovery cube will delight little hands and minds! Elastic bands link each of the sides, allowing for bending and twisting in a variety of ways. Each side also has a rubbery textured bead that slides and spins, giving newborns another tactile element to explore. This is an excellent first toy for sensory stimulation and tactile exploration, allowing your little one to press, bend, and manipulate it.
5. Pip Squigz Ringlets
Enjoy these bright and colourful Ringlets at home or on the go by connecting them together. Six textured silicone rings are included in the package. Each ring has a distinctive colour, and the suction cap connectors make a fun popping sound when they are taken apart. Each ringlet is constructed of BPA-free, high-quality silicone and is around 7.5cm in diameter. Fine motor skill development, tactile learning, and sensory exploration are all aided by playing with this toy. The Ringlets can be attached to high chairs, car seats, strollers, prams, bouncers, and pretty much anything else.
This is unlike any other stacking and nesting toy! This nine-piece set of crooked, curving cylinders can be stacked and arranged in an endless number of ways. If the cylinders are put in size order and your child tugs on the smallest component, a tall, spiralling tower will emerge! To collapse them, simply press them down again, and they will neatly stack inside one another for simple storage. When fully stretched, the tower reaches a height of 55cm. The pieces are soft to the touch and the colours are bright. This toy promotes the development of fine motor skills, spatial reasoning, creativity and experimentation.
7. Squigz Toobz
The newest addition to the Squigz range is the Toobz set. It includes 12 Toobz (long, skinny, flexible orange connectors) and 6 original Squigz. The Squigz Toobz are fully compatible with all other Squigz sets in the Fat Brain Toys range. Creating and playing with Squigz strengthens fine motor skills, develops creativity and builds an awareness of spatial reasoning.
8. Ribbon Ninja
This game is fun! It is one the whole family can play together and whoever has the quickest moves will be the ultimate champion. Each play has three ribbons attached to their wristbands - two on one hand and one on the other. Once all ribbons are taken off one of the wristbands, that hand must be placed behind the player's back for the rest of the game. The aim of the game is to take the ribbons off your opponent's wristbands all the while protecting your own. The last ninja standing with ribbons still on their wristband is the winner.
9. Shake & Make - Dice
Pick up the dice dome and give it a good shake. Watch as the 4 dice settle into their slots to reveal a combination of numbers. This is a completely random game of chance that develops maths and pattern recognition skills. An infinite number of game variations are possible. Can you roll the highest combination, or the lowest? How many shakes does it take you to roll a pair? How quickly can you shake and add up all the numbers on the dice? It is perfectly sized for travel and be used as a single player game or a fun game of chance with others.
10. Dimpl Pops & Dimpl Pops Deluxe
Curiously satisfying for "pop it" lovers of all ages! This toy is great for strengthening finger muscles, it can be used as a fidget toy, is a fun sensory learning aid or simply a calming device for all ages. Choose between the Dimpl Pops with 18 rainbow covered silicone dimpls or the Dimple Pops Deluxe with 25 dimpls in 4 different sizes. There is no limit to how many time you can push it, poke it, press it or pop it.
All Fat Brain Toys products are made from high-quality ABS plastic, 100% food-grade silicone, are BPA-free, and have been independently safety tested.
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