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ELC playballs

Advantagesgreat fun, last well, good quality

Disadvantagesnone

"One of the presents that I bought my son for his first Christmas back in 2005 was a set of 100 play balls from the early learning centre as I thought they would be something he would have lots of fun with! This is my review of the product. At the time of buying I was able to buy a set of 100 blue play balls. For the purpose of this review I checked the early learning centre website to see if they are still available and they are now selling just ..." Read review
29.03.2011

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Let's 'Play-Ball'!

AdvantagesGorgeous pink playballs, far sturdier than you think they're going to be

DisadvantagesNone!

"...blue and yellow playballs. Enter ELC with their range of unusually coloured outdoor toys (unusual as in pink pretend lawnmowers and lime green 'handyman' sets), I found just the playballs I was after. Available in either the standard primary colours that you'd expect or the pretty pink set you can see above, these balls are supplied in a PVC-type zippable case and cost £9.89. Of course I chose the pink. Apart from the very sweet colour, these ..." Read review
04.12.2011

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A development toy that's on the ball

AdvantagesCheap, pretty, versatile, developmental

DisadvantagesUntidy as they the balls seem to roll off with minds of their own..

"...that makes sense. Although these ELC balls are listed as for 9 months and over, my little girl was given them at 8 months and has been playing with them ever since. At first we trialled given her just a few balls, and she wasn't sure about them, as they are lightweight but they also have a strange plastic feel to them which adults are accustomed to but babies perhaps are not. Initially she kept dropping the balls on the floor or out of reach and ..." Read review
04.05.2012

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Who couldn't have fun with these?

Advantagesbright coloured, soft, lots of fun

Disadvantages1 bag is not enough to recreate soft play at your own home

"When my littlest had his first christmas he was only 6 months old. Because his brother is only 18 months older I was finding it hard when relatives asked what they should get to come up with a new and worthwhile idea. Then it struck me, we could get a set of ballpool balls to add to the play experience of some other items we had. The set we got was £10 from the early learning centre. Our set was mixed balls with some silver balls. This set is still ..." Read review
19.12.2011

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Bags Full Of Fun!

Advantagessee review

Disadvantagessee review

"Having a big family of mostly children, family events can be a nightmare when they are bored. Overcoming this solution is hard when there are little boys and girls as there aren't many unisex toys around. However, when I brought a little bouncy castle earlier in the year to go with our over-ground swimming pool, I couldn't resist buying play balls to make the pool look prettier! I brought ours about 2 years ago or more when Early Learning Centre ..." Read review
25.12.2011

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Balls

AdvantagesNice colours, durable

DisadvantagesCheaper versions available

"...about £8 a bag but ELC had an offer of 3 for 2 on all outdoor toys. Having just checked online, they are now £10 a bag and the 3 for 2 offer is currently on. *How to use:* We put ours in a cheap small padding pool and then Lauren used to sit in there. As she has got older, we have tried to keep them in the pool but they have ventured into the paddling pool (because they are hollow, they float), they have been played with as ..." Read review
07.05.2012

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Have a ball!

Advantagesdurable, easy to clean, ideal for younger children to have a ball :)

Disadvantagesnone for me!

"For my daughter's first birthday party we invited loads of her baby friends round from mums I met at baby groups and one of my friends and her son, so probably about 8 babies/toddlers in total! Of course at that age I wanted something they would all have fun in and to keep them all entertained so after seeing an inflatable swimming pool on offer in mothercare, I also thought it'd be fun to buy some playballs to fill it with so picked up a bag of these ..." Read review
03.12.2012

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loads of fun

Advantagesgreat and strong

Disadvantagesn/a

"I have been shopping around for my little nephew as it was his birthday a few weeks ago, he has so many clothes and trains it is hard to try and find something that he would like. As summer was fast approaching I decided to look into some things that went into the garden to allow him to spend hours of fun outside without getting bored. The biggest problem I found was that this meant either spending an absolute fortune or he was a little too young ..." Read review
26.04.2012

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Balls of fun

AdvantagesGood fun

Disadvantages100 play balls does not get far in a ball pit.

"...multi coloured play balls from elc which cost £10 for a bag of 100. The balls them self come in a zip up bag which is really handy for keeping them stored as they are so small they can be a pain to pack away but knowing there is a re usable bag for them is so much better they can be put away when not being used.There is a great mix of colours which is great as the different colours catch little ones attention and keep them interested in the balls. ..." Read review
13.12.2011

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Pretty in Pink

AdvantagesSturdy yet soft, bright colours, hours of fun

DisadvantagesYou can buy cheaper

"For my eldest daughters second birthday she was given a massive princess ball pool, we bought a bag of these balls to go with it as the ball pool was bright pink and purple in colour and we thought that they would look really good in the ball pool. The balls were bought from Early Learning Centre and they come in a white mesh bag with pink detailing around the edges which actually now comes in really handy for washing underwear as it keeps ..." Read review
08.05.2012

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CUTE BALLS

Advantagesseems to be a fun toy

Disadvantagesa bit expensive for what you get

"I bought this ball of Balls the other year for when my friend's little girl came down to play. There was a time when I used to look after her a couple of times a month for a few hours when her parents were working and before my friend's mum was home to look after her so I have a little stock of things for her to play with. I picked these up when I was in the shop and thought that the colour would suit her and probably keep her a bit more interested. ..." Read review
18.05.2012

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Balls of Fun

Advantagesdurable, light, colourful, good packaging

Disadvantagesnone

"Finding that my son had a love of the ball crawl at our local soft play centre, it seemed appropriate to get him something similar for home – albeit on a much smaller scale. We purchased a pop up pool and two sets of 100 coloured playballs on a 3 for 2 offer for outdoor toys from Early Learning. We purchased these in February but the offer is currently still running. The playballs come in sets of 100 for £10 and are suitable for babies from 9 months. ..." Read review
15.05.2012

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