Weird and Wonderful Animals Bath Time Stickers by Buddy & Barney
Weird and Wonderful Animals Bath Time Stickers by Buddy & Barney
Weird and Wonderful Animals Bath Time Stickers by Buddy & Barney
Weird and Wonderful Animals Bath Time Stickers by Buddy & Barney
Weird and Wonderful Animals Bath Time Stickers by Buddy & Barney

Weird and Wonderful Animals Bath Time Stickers by Buddy & Barney

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Hours of bath time fun to be had creating lots of different weird and wonderful animals. The chunky EVA foam pieces can be stuck to the bath tub or tiles when they’re wet, or float on the surface of the water.  Children can make traditional animals - or use their imaginations and use the foam parts of animals to create something new!

'Weird and Wonderful Animals' contains a great selection of colourful and fun animal body parts that you can mix and match however you like.

  • Create loads of funny and unusual characters.
  • 31 reusuable EVA foam stickers.
  • Comes with a handy mesh storage bag with suction pads.
  • UK Design
  • Box dimensions: 23 × 6 × 25

WARNING: Choking Hazard - small parts. Not for children under 3 years.

WARNING: Do not leave a child unattended in a bath tub.

Spark Bubble Thoughts and Ideas:

"These funny animal bath stickers are great for 3-6 year olds. Children find it hilarious making unusual combinations of animal parts and then decorating their imaginative creature with all the different accessories. 

Parents and carers can extend children's creative thinking by asking lots of questions about the special creatures that children make with this lovely bath toy: What is her name? Does she have any special skills? What does she find difficult? What activities does she love doing? Has she ever been in a dangerous situation and how did she cope?

This encourages your child's imagination as well as their logical thinking to explain what advantages different features of an animal would bring. Discussing the advantages and disadvantages of the invented animals could even lead on to talking about evolution  - how real animals adapt to their habitat and 'survival of the fittest' means that animals that thrive then reproduce and live on."