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Melissa & Doug K's Kids Musical Farmyard Cube Educational Baby Toy

Item# 210-15678537-AF | Model# 15678537 | Added on March 22, 2015 |
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Melissa & Doug K's Kids Musical Farmyard Cube Educational Baby Toy
$17.99
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"This ""farmyard"" is full of noisy animals and compact enough to take anywhere! Four animals sound off with their animal songs and play a lively melody when their noses are pressed. Or babies can grasp the padded handle and bump the block against the floor to start the sounds! This feature-filled activity cube also boasts a sturdy textured ring, knotted tags, crinkly flower petals and tabs, and a toddler-tough plastic mirror. Melissa and Doug K's Kids toys nurture early childhood development in three key skill areas: physical, cognitive, and social. With interactive designs and multisensory features, K's Kids promotes constructive play and effortless learning, keeping interest high and new skills flourishing throughout the baby and toddler years! This crinkling, mirrored, animal-sounds soft block is great for developing many skills, including sensory, fine motor, gross motor, logical, creative, linguistic, emotional, communication, and self-esteem. This toy is an exceptional gift for kids 6 months and up. Add the Melissa and Doug Take-Along Farm Play Mat to round out the hands-on play experience and give kids an engaging option for screen-free fun. For more than 30 years, Melissa and Doug has created beautifully designed imagination- and creativity-sparking products that NBC News called “the gold standard in early childhood play.” We design every toy to the highest quality standards, and to nurture minds and hearts. If your child is not inspired, give us a call and we'll ... read more
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