Advantages Soft, bouncy, can be played with indoors
Disadvantages Gets grubby easily, could be a choking hazard
For easter we don't like to buy our girls chocolate as they get so much from everyone else and so we buy them a little present each instead, my eldest daughter loves playing with balls in the garden and her younger sister had started to take an interest finding her kicking a ball very funny so we decided to buy her a foam one so she wouldn't hurt herself with it and it would be safe for use in the house. We bought the ball from the Early Learning Centre where you can buy it in pink or blue, the ball cost us £5 and it is advised for children aged 3 years and upover however our youngest isn't ...
51 of 51 Ciao users found the following review helpful
Was £5 now only £2. At the ElC http://www.elc.co.uk Wow I think that’s an excellent price for this foam football. Its also on a 3 for 2 on Sports & Gardening toys offer too This football is suitable for children over 3 years old. Children and adults can play with it over the age of 5 as the age group is described in the specific criteria. We have this foam football at work (special needs school). It seems to have standard footballdimensions. This football is made of dense foam it has polygon shapes some a darker cerise pink others a lighter pink. There is also a blue foam football available ...
27 of 27 Ciao users found the following review helpful
My Little girl ended up with two of these balls after ger birthady party which is not necessarily a bad thing as provided you are careful this ball can be used indoors however it is primarily for outdoor use so with two in her possession we can allocate one to indoor use and gentle play as it were and one for outside play when she can kick or throw it as hard as she likes. The ball does have a certain amount of density to indoor use is restrictedto rolling and close up catch. Checking the website it is priced at a fiver. She loved the colour and it is certainly aimed at young girls, being made ...