Munchkin Bath Toy, Little Boat Train, 6 Count
- Six boats float and link together to create a "little boat train"
- Boats have funny faces and are numbered 1-2-3 for counting, ordering and number identification games
- Boats can scoop up water and strain when turned upside down
- Lightweight and easy for baby to grasp
- Play Patterns: Hand + Eye Coordination; Language + Learning
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Choo-choo-choo, here comes the little boat train. All aboard this set of six boats that link together to make a train of tub time fun. Whether your little one loves to play with vehicles (trains, boats, or both), loves to link and build, or just loves to zoom things through water, these bath toys are sure to be a hit. The boats float, scoop and strain water, and are designed with goofy faces guaranteed to make your little one smile. Each pack comes with six brightly colored boats numbered 1-2-3, making them great for teaching colors, order, number recognition and counting. Linking, scooping and pouring help develop fine motor skills, too. Your little captain/conductor is in for a fleet treat.
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The meh: They're advertised to connect together as a train, which my daughter loves doing, but the connection is so loose that the slightest movement of the water causes them to come apart. It'd be nice to see a better connection. But not a deal breaker.
A lot of the negative reviews fixate on the fact that these easily tip over and the connection between boats is tenuous at best. My advice: Look at these through the eyes of a 2 year old who doesn't necessarily know which way they're supposed to float. They are solid, they work as scoops for pouring water, they have little holes in the top for sprinkling water, and all in all I'd highly recommend.