And even though all her drawings and paintings are works of art, this is one I would consider framing! It has the tools to help give kids the structure they need to create a “grown-up” masterpiece, but still has room for inspiration and creativity. Didn’t it turn out lovely?
The Oball Roller Push Toy our little main got to review is versatile and the structure of the ball makes it easy for him to hold onto. He shakes it to his heart’s content and the larger size actually seems to be easier for him to hang onto than the smaller Oballs we have at home. Plus our other ones don’t have any rattles in them, so this one is much cooler.
He is starting to explore it with the removable handle attached by rolling it forward and back horizontally, and he will be all about rolling this around the house once he starts toddling. Sister uses it as a vacuum and came up with the funny idea to use just the handle portion as a stethoscope while playing doctor. I love toys like these that leave room for imagination, grow with my kids and don’t annoy me after five minutes.
These were both toys I would recommend for your kids and we are having a ball with them (pun intended).
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