ELC Brilliant Start Sensory Ball Pit Reviews
Product Type: ELC baby toys
Description:Brand: Early Learning Centre / Type: Ball Pit / Age: 12 months +
Newest Review: ... instantly attracted to the fact it has bright colours and provides a stimulating learning experience for my baby. It comes ... more
Customer ELC Brilliant Start Sensory Ball Pit Reviews (3)
by - written on 17/03/13 (Useful, 43 readings)
Upon realising my daughter would be 4 months at Christmas, I began searching for suitable presents. I had to factor in the fact that we have little space for large toys in our house, and so I started to search ELC website with this in mind. I stumbled across this sensory ball pit, and was instantly attracted to the fact it has bright colours and provides a stimulating learning experience for my baby. It comes with beanbags which make different noises when felt by the child, and a few balls. I think for £25.00 I would have expected the balls to fill the ballpit, but I only needed to spend another fiver in order to get a large bag full which wasn't too bad. The ballpit is . Read the complete review
by - written on 04/05/12 (Very useful, 132 readings)
We bought this as a christmas present for our daughter when she was 4 months old, we saw this advertised as being from 6 months plus but we wanted something she could grow into as next stage from her play gym and this seemed to fit great. This is described as a sensory ball pit which can be used for playing a variety of games and give a learning experience through play. It is a thin canvas material, is very lightweight which is great, it is given its circular structure from pop up form as comes in the box as a tightly folded circle, this is made sturdier with 4 plastic rods inserted into sleeves on the outside which are velcrowed in so children will not be able to ... Read the complete review
by - written on 03/08/11 (Very useful, 131 readings)
Like many other mum's I spend a lot of time looking for toys that my little boy will enjoy and that will also aid his development and stimulate his curiosity. Thats why I spend a lot of time reading childrens toys reviews on here, because I like to know if I'm going to purchase something it is actually a good toy and worth the extreme price tag that seems to accompany toys these days! The Early Learning Centre is one of my firm favourites when it comes to toys for my little boy. In all honesty I can't say it's great for babies as their ranges tend to be much smaller for the under 6 months and to a degree the under 12 months. However once you get past that ... Read the complete review
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