What happens when babies and toddlers encounter playful colors, fun sounds, fresh tactile experiences and super-suction?
Meet pipSquigz, a set of three Fun Little Suckers for ages 6 months and up.
Adored by baby and parents alike, pipSquigz are perfect for the stroller, highchair, bathtub, and anywhere-travel.
Simply push pipSquigz down onto any smooth surface and watch baby interact with this high-quality silicone suction toy.
With super-suction, each shape can be tugged, pushed, shaken and pulled. Or, push and stick the shapes together for new play experiences. Babies delight in the versatile movement, sound and texture.
Pediatricians note sensory integration as a crucial developmental milestone for infants. pipSquigz are right on target:
The wavy ridges, bumps, and debossed, smiling face stimulate the fingers. The "just right" rattles and the POP of the suction cups thrill the ears. The brilliant colors mesmerize the eyes while the soft, BPA-free silicone invite sore gums to be soothed.
pipSquigz is an all-in-one sensory learning experience!
Not to mention, they're also wonderfully portable and completely dishwasher safe.
Discover peace of mind for parents and teething babies with pipSquigz.
- Encourages exploration & sensory awareness
- Enhances vision, hearing, touch, movement
- Innovative suction holds pipSquigz to smooth surfaces, no residue!
- Perfect for the stroller, highchair, bathtub, and anywhere-travel
- Push pipSquigz down on any smooth surface, watch baby interact
- Stimulate hearing: gentle rattles in each shape, "POP!" as pipSquigz separate
- Stimulate touch: wavy ridges, bumps, debossed, smiling face
- Stimulate vision: brilliant colors; lime, fuchsia, teal
- Stimulate motor skills: Engage both small and large motor skills
- Each shape can be tugged, pushed, shaken and pulled
- Push and stick shapes together for new play experiences
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My 18 month old loves these and they get played with in the bath, on windows, and stuck together in the car. They're also a safe option if she needs to chew on something when teething.