Bath time is so much fun and just got alot more educational with BathBlocks! I got the chance to review the 21 piece Ball Run BathBlocks for my son Chasen and he has been having so much fun I can’t get him out of the bath now! Bathblocks are bringing a twist to the classic block play and bringing it to the bathtub for waterslides, ball runs, floating towns and more. Who wouldn’t want this for their son or daughter? The more bubbles or soap you have in the bathtub the better the blocks will stick and boy do they stick! My son was able to place them on the wall and drop the ball to go down his “track” and the blocks didn’t even move! Although there are 21 pieces to this set storage is a breeze with the included storage bag with a mesh bottom. The mesh bottom is great because it allows the water to leak out and the toys will dry completely! I love that these Bathblocks are so soft and their ability to float makes it easy for little hands to find them under all those bubbles and don’t hurt if their stepped on; every mothers dream right?! I love the variety of Bathblocks sets they have including ball run, coast guard set, seaport set, tug boat and coast guard & helicopter. What a great way to bring imagination to bath time! If your kids hate baths this may be your solution!
A few highlights I love:
BathBlocks empower children to create their vision
BathBlocks are made from bacteria and mildew resistant EVA and contain no PVC or phthalates
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Great news! Just Think Toys is giving away a set of Bathblocks to one of my lucky readers! Giveaway will run from 1/20 – 1/27! Good Luck!!
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