Friday, December 15th, 2017

New developmental toys by Sassy

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The new Sassy toys are out! Known for bold geometric patterns, symmetrical faces and high contrast patterns and colors, Sassy delivers in developing toys that captivate babies. This Spin Shine Rattle is for children birth and up. Like a mini barbell, the rattle has a thin handle with a ball on either end. One side features a black ball with white polka-dots. The other is a clear ball with a rotating disk showing three eye-catching images: a high contrast bull’s eye, a black and white ladybug with brightly colored spots and a mirror. The rings in the middle rattle around the handle. Price is $3.99.

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For interactive play, this Big & Small Chime Ball set is perfect for babies 6 months and up. One ball has a sturdy plastic outer shell with a smaller ball that rattles inside. The other ball is large and squishy, and has bold, solid colored stripes in a velvety fabric interspersed with cheery, polka-dot stripes in silky fabric. All are in high contrast, bright colors to stimulate baby’s vision. It chimes when rolled, thrown or shaken. I have been giving this ball for my baby to hold during diaper changes since it keeps her occupied. Price for the set is $9.99.

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This little photo album is Sassy’s Look Book. It holds seven large 6-inch by 4-inch photos and one smaller wallet size photo. Each photo is framed by a bold color and has a geometric pattern where photos are to be placed. A colorful tab at the bottom of each page helps baby learn to turn the book’s pages. I really like this and will be placing photos of the family in them for my daughter! Price is $6.99.

These and other new Sassy toys will be available online and at Kohls.com.

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