Products were provided to facilitate this review thanks to Mom Select and BSM Media. Opinions are my own.
Chances are you've heard some things about Eric Carle and the Hungry Caterpillar. Well I had the exciting opportunity to review some products from the product lineup that i'd like to share with you.
The first is the Developmental Plush Frog. It's designed for ages from 0 months and up. It has a hook on top so that it can be attached to a stroller or car seat. It has different textures to it and has a couple of attachments that hang from it's feet which include a plush star and a teether. When you squeeze it's belly, it ribbits. The Development Plush Frog retails for $18 at Kohl's and Amazon.
The next product I reviewed were the Stroller Cards. They are designed for children from ages 0 to 3 years old. They also have a ring which allows you to attach them to a stroller, or car seat. I am impressed with the sturdy design. They're just right in size and there are colorful pictures on one side with words on the opposite side, saying what is pictured on each. The Stroller Cards can be purchased for $9.99 at Barnes and Noble and Amazon.
Lastly, there is the Apple Playset, which is designed for up to 24 months. It's made of a soft material with a clear, plastic front. It has a velcro closure and inside is a caterpillar and toy fruit. The fruit and caterpillar make different sounds which include crinkling, rattling and squeaking. You can find the Apple Playset for $22 at Babies R Us and Amazon.
I really enjoyed each of the products (and so do my children). They have different textures and make different sounds which make for sensory exploration. I really appreciate that these toys are all just well put together and are built to last while keeping your baby and toddler entertained. All of these products are also featured in my video review below as well, so be sure to check it out.