Advantages Bright, easy for small hands to hold, simple and effective
Disadvantages Water gets trapped inside and can go mouldy
My twin boys are bathed daily and in the past I struggled as the word bath was met with screams, cries and shouts. To encourage the boys to go in the bath Mr Lools and I found ourselves buying bath toys to make bath times more enjoyable. Like every other types of children’s toys there are a wealth of bath toys to choose from but the old faithful rubber duck toys seemed to be a popular option in most toy stores. So when browsing ELC we decided to buy the ELC bath Time Baby Ducks.
ELC state that the bath time rubber ducks are suitable from birth.
My boys were bought these ducks when they were almost a year old and immediately when they were put in the bath they loved playing with the ducks. We had owned traditional yellow ducks however as there are different coloured ducks in the set of four ELC Bath Time Baby Ducks they immediately were a novelty and my boys loved the red, blue and green additions to our collection of ducks. They liked to watch the ducks float on the water which the toys do very well but also enjoyed and took much pleasure picking up the ducks and dropping them from height so that they make a splash as they hit the surface of the water.
The ELC Bath Time Baby Ducks are very cute and attractive rubber ducks. The size of the ducks is large enough so that a child cannot choke or put the duck too far in their mouth but also small enough so little hands can hold onto the ducks even using one hand. Each of the different coloured ducks is very bright and vivid which makes the ducks stand out especially to younger babies. Especially when they were under a year old I found my boys always seemed to reach out for these ducks as opposed the slightly duller yellow rubber ducks from other brands that we have in the bath. The ELC Bath Time Baby Ducks are probably very slightly more rigid than other brands of rubber ducks that also reside in our bath. The Bath Time Baby Ducks are not too hard to squeeze however and my boys have no difficulty picking up and holding onto the ducks. I think because the ducks are slightly tougher means that the ELC Bath Time Baby Ducks are less susceptible to teeth marks from the constant chewing that my boys like to subject our collection of rubber ducks to.
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