Not all baby toys are made the same. Instead, some are just made better. Not just to play with but to help your child grow and learn more – all through play. This year, if your family has a new addition to it, it may be time to stuff their stocking with fun teething toys from Magformer. their Dolce line not only allows your little one to play but also develop their senses at the same time.
Dolce stands for Develop, Observe, Learn, Create, Educate. Let your baby DEVELOP their sensory skills with the wide variety of high quality textured fabrics. Your little one will love to OBSERVE the fun colorful fabrics and LEARN to understand cause and effect through the many interesting activities in our toys. CREATE fun, learning and roleplay with your favorite Dolce friend. Let the beautiful, interesting and activity rich Dolce toys EDUCATE through play. Coming in four designs (Santa Plush, Reindeer Plush, Snowman Plush, and Penguin Plush) these are the perfect stocking stuffer for the little ones!
Magformer sent us their Snowman Plush Teether and we fell in love with his adorable design. Not only festive, but your little snowman has an embroidered had that has a fun texture for little fingers, a rattle in his head, different patterns and textures in his scarf, a teething board, a mirror, ribbon tabs to pull on and beans to feel inside his base. All bundled together in a cute package that can be attached to a stroller or car seat without any major installation needed. Your little one can cuddle with their new friend or squeeze his nose to hear a fun crinkle noise.
Soft, adorable and perfect for little hands, they’re going to love this new holiday toy – and you’ll love how it’s helping them learn and grow as they play and experience new things.
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