Review: A Selection of Boon Bath Toys

LP adores bath time and we were recently sent a selection of bath toys to review – a good job too as we haven’t had any ‘actual’ bath toys in quite a while, LP has made do with an empty bubble bath bottle and tupperware tub! We were sent three different toys from Boon – Bubbles, Water Bugs and Odd Ducks.

Boon Bubbles

 Boon Bath Toys

Boon Bubbles consists of a selection of ‘bubbles’ of varying colours and sizes. The bubbles are hollow plastic balls with suction cups attached and the aim is for the child to stick them to each other as well as the side of the bath.

 Boon Bath Toys

LP loves the bubbles and enjoys playing with them individually. She’ll happily pretend to feed her other toys with the individual bubbles and will chase the bubbles round the bath. When sticking the bubbles to the side of the bath and the top edge of the bath LP needed a helping hand but as her co-ordination grows this will become easier. We did find that the bubbles came apart fairly easily once they were stuck to each other unless you used a lot of force. The Boon Bubbles are aimed at 12 months and over but I think to get the most from them an older child would appreciate them more.

 Boon Bath Toys

 Boon Bath Toys

 Boon Bath Toys

 

Boon Water Bugs

 Boon Bath Toys

The Boon Water Bugs are three different coloured bugs and a net to catch them with and fish for them in the bath. LP loved fishing for the bugs around the bath and would chase them around in the water. The different colour bugs are great for adding a focus to the toy – I ask LP to find the green or blue bug and she searches everywhere for the right one before catching it in her net.

 Boon Bath Toys

As well as helping LP to learn her colours, the Boon Water Bugs help LP with her hand eye co-ordination and  would be great for a slightly younger child. Although aimed at 9 months and over I think a 9 month old would play with the individual items in this game but it would be used for it’s intended purpose from an older age, maybe over 18 months.

 Boon Bath Toys

 Boon Bath Toys

 Boon Bath Toys

 Boon Bath Toys

 

 Boon Odd Ducks

 Boon Bath Toys

The Boon Odd Ducks are an individual duck from a selection of alternative ‘odd ducks’ – something different from your usual yellow bath time companion. The Odd Duck we were sent was a little blue duck that LP loved straight away – as soon as she saw it she kept saying ‘blue duck, blue duck!’ and wanted it in the bath with her every night.

 Boon Bath Toys

 Boon Odd Ducks would make a great bath time addition for any age and I think that guideline of 6 months and over is appropriate. Even Little Man loves this little blue duck although his baths don’t last long enough to take a photo of him with his new little bath chum!

 Boon Bath Toys

If you’re looking for new bath toys then Boon have a huge selection and are definitely worth a browse. Boon have toys for every age and to suit all different abilities. The selection we were sent were lovely, vibrant and fun. We’ll be keeping a look out for more Boon products in future!

Disclosure: We were sent the above items for the purpose of this review, however all opinions are my own.

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9 Comments

  1. January 22, 2014 / 5:21 pm

    Really like all of these! especially the bubbles but they all look good and a bit different from the usual. Hadn’t heard of this brand before

  2. January 22, 2014 / 6:23 pm

    Ooh these look fab. We LIVE for bathtime in our house and could do with some new interesting toys to play with. Think my Boy1 would like a net for fishing especially 🙂

  3. January 23, 2014 / 3:26 am

    These all look lots of fun! I wish that we had a bath but pretty soon its gonna be the shower for Arthur as he’s almost too big for his baby bath!

  4. January 28, 2014 / 3:05 pm

    Oh the Boon bugs would be a huge hit here! Great photos 🙂 Thanks for linking up with #TriedTested

  5. January 28, 2014 / 5:52 pm

    They all look really good. My kids love their bathtime and toys, and they look like something a little different.

  6. January 28, 2014 / 8:31 pm

    You can’t beat bath toys – I’ve never seen those bubbles before #tried&tested

  7. January 28, 2014 / 8:58 pm

    Loving these! We’re in need of some new bath toys – I think Ben would especially love the bubbles!
    Thanks for linking up this week 🙂
    #TriedTested

  8. January 31, 2014 / 8:48 am

    These are great. I am always looking for better bath toys. The ones I have, have holes in the bottom and when water stays in them they get nasty after awhile and I have to throw them in the trash. These would be perfect and last.

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