Wednesday, June 29, 2011

B. Smart- Elemenosqueeze

B. Smart! I hope my babies are smart! Well... one of the first things kids learn is the alphabet!

Elemenosqueeze is a great set of architectural alphabet blocks! These blocks are soft, and perfect for teething babies (BPA Free! No worries)! They are totally squeezable, and they can float in water-yay for bathtime fun!

These blocks also come in this great carrying case....and it is made of recycled plastic! I wouldn't have guessed it- it looks like fabric! Great job B.!

Obviously the front is clear plastic...but the top and back are a cool looking fabric-like material!

Each block has an animal that corresponds with the letter on the block... such as A is for Alligator. My boys had fun trying to figure out the animals on the blocks based on what letter the block had on it. It was a fun experience, and something that they all did together. I love toys that can bring all the kids together like that, especially since they don't always get along. 

Annabelle, of course,  loves her blocks!  

She loves to chew on them... LOVES it. Her brothers like to build towers with them, and she likes to laugh at them while they do. Elemenosqueeze's age range is 6 months to 3 years, but the older boys have definitely enjoyed these too.

I really love Elemenosqueeze, and it is one of the B. Toys I chose to be in the B. Toys Extravaganza Prize Pack!

Elemenosqueeze can be purchase at Target and select specialty stores for about $15.99.

Want to win some toys? Go enter the B. Extravaganza Giveaway!

Get a $3 coupon off a B. toy that costs $19.99 or more here (valid through 7-16-11 on toys $19.99 and up)!

I received this item at no cost to me to facilitate my review. I received no monetary compensation and all opinions are my own. My experiences may differ from your own.

3 fantastic comments:

Amy @ Motherhood and Miscellany said...

I love these blocks, and my girls both do too!

You asked in your comment on my blog about the portable exersaucer-type seat my daughter is in. Here is the link for it.

I love it, thought it is taking some getting used to for her. - Amy

Nicole B said...

I like these a lot. Seems like a toy with many different uses and ways to play with them.

Amanda said...

I wish I would have had these when dd was smaller! She loved (well still loves) to chew on things - anything she could put in her mouth was chewed on. We would go through 2-3 pacis in a month because she chewed holes in them!
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