Wednesday, August 23, 2017

Educational Bead Maze for Little Hands

My soon-to-be 11 month grandson is growing so fast.  Just 11 months ago, he was born and we held him in just only one arm.  I remember a lot of nights, where he slept majority of the day, woke up only to be fed and look around for awhile and back off to sleep.

My, oh my, where has the time gone in such a short amount of time! He is not quite one year old, but he is learning so fast and so quick and he just keeps amazing us all.  He was walking at 10 months old and recently began playing with our remote control, figuring out how the back comes off - and then tries to put it back on.

With little kids growing so fast, learning more and more at a faster pace, I'm glad that he has several educational toys to play with.  These educational toys will help him develop eye and hand coordination as well as counting.  One of these toys is the Educational Roller Coaster Bead Maze by Timy.  It is very colorful, full of bright and vibrant colored beads and structured pieces.  The maze looks quite intricate and complicated, but little ones can quickly grasp how to maneuver the colorful beads along the structured maze.

This Timy Roller Coaster Bead Maze has a solid beech base, smooth sanded pieces and is very well constructed.  This maze is developed to help little ones with hand eye coordination, shape and color differentiation and fine motor skills. Toddlers.

If you have a toddler that is curious and determined to figure things out, this maze with colorful beads and animal patterns will sure to be a hit with them. It will keep them busy, figuring out how to slide and move the beads over the maze and watch in awe as the beads glide down the path.  I also found that this is a perfect piece for any child's bedroom, sitting on a shelf or side table, that has a colorful theme to it.

You can purchase your Educational Roller Coaster Bead Maze - HERE:

***I may have received a complimentary product, in exchange, for my honest and unbiased review.  All opinions expressed, are ALWAYS 100% my own.

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