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Toys to use in the bath that are not your usual toys!


  • Anything that pours water!

  • Measuring spoons and cups

  • Variety of textures – soft, silky, hard, smooth, spikey, spongey, heavy etc

  • Squirty Bottle

  • Cups

  • Wooden spoons

  • Teething rings are good sinkers

  • Toy tea set

  • Cars

  • Balls – all shapes and sizes

  • Stacking cups

  • Clean plant pots

  • Buckets

  • Fishing rod

  • Paint brushes

  • Bath crayons

  • Ducks (use your BabyStars/swim! one we gave you!)


Anything without small loose parts that could come off and be swallowed, and that you can clean and dry properly can go in the bath.


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