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Sensory Sound Blocks for Toddlers

Regular price $42.95 AUD
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The QToys Sensory Sound Blocks for Toddlers is a set of wooden blocks designed to stimulate a child's senses through sound, sight, and touch. The set includes 15 different blocks, that produce a sound when shaken or rotated. The blocks are made of high-quality, eco-friendly materials, making them safe for children to play with.

The sensory sound blocks are designed to encourage open-ended play and are suitable for children aged 18 months and above. They help children to develop their fine motor skills and hand-eye coordination, as they manipulate the blocks to produce sound. The blocks also provide a sensory experience for children, allowing them to explore and discover different textures and colors.

The QToys Sensory Sound Blocks for Toddlers are an excellent investment for parents and educators looking for toys that promote sensory development and open-ended play. The blocks are easy to clean and maintain, making them a practical and convenient toy for parents and educators. They are also designed to be durable and long-lasting, ensuring that they will provide children with years of play and learning.

Overall, the QToys Sensory Sound Blocks for Toddlers is an excellent toy that provides children with a sensory experience while promoting open-ended play and fine motor development. The blocks are well-made and designed to last, making them a great investment for parents and educators.


15 Blocks in a tray.

Each block makes noise which makes them ideal for Sensory Play sessions

Encourages fine motor skills


Dimensions: 25 x 25 x 10 cm

Recommended Age: 36+ Months


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